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ANNUAL REPORT 




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COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 

TO CONGRESS, 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1887. 

Laid before the House of Representatives t>y the Speaker pro tempore, January 31, 1888, referred to the Committee on Patents, and 

ordered to be printed. 




Department of the Interior, 
United States Patent Office, 

Washington, D. C. , January 31, 1888. 
To the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled: 

It is provided by section 494 of the Revised Statutes 

that — 

The Commissioner of Patents shall lay before Congress in the 
month of January, annually, a report giving a detailed statement 
of all moneys received for patents, for copies of records or draw- 
ings, or from any other source whatever; a detailed statement 
of all expenditures for contingent and miscellaneous expenses; 
a list of all patents which were granted during the preceding ycnr, 
designating under proper heads the subjects of such patents; an 
alphabetical 1 ist of all the patentees, with their places of residence ; 
a list of all patents which have been extended during the year, 
and such other information of the condition of the Patent Office 
as may be useful to Congress or the public. 

It will best subserve the purposes of this require- 
ment to present the subject in a somewhat different 
order from that prescribed. The receipts and ex- 
penditures, the number of patents, &c. , can be best 
shown and illustrated by schedules and tabular state- 
ments, which will be set forth at the close of this re- 
port. 

There are certain subjects which I regard as of para- 
mount importance, to which the attention of Congress 
should be directed in order that appropriate legislation 
may be enacted with a view to improving the law ap- 
plicable to patent property and the condition of the 
Patent Office for the commodious and expeditious 
transaction of the public business. 

ROOM IN THE PATENT OFFICE. 

For several years past the annual reports of my 
predecessors have called the attention of Congress to 
the utter inadequacy of room and facilities for con- 
ducting the business of the Patent Office. This build- 
ing, I am advised, was constructed from the fund of 
the Patent Office, a fund which was not raised by 
taxation upon the people, but was an accumulation 
from fees paid in by the inventors of the country, 
and it may not be inappropriate to say that the in- 
ventors themselves, as well as their representatives, 
attorneys, and others, are properly insisting upon the 
idea that this building ought to be at least so far de- 
voted to the business of the Patent Office that ample 
room will be provided for its conduct, and facilities af- 
forded which will secure the consideration of applica- 
tions for patents and the issuance of the same without 



unnecessary delay, expense, or inconvenience. But 
the building is now occupied by the Secretary of the 
Interior, the Commissioner of the General Land Office, 
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the Commis- 
sioner of Patents. The result is, owing to the increase 
in business of the Government in all of these various 
branches, that neither the Secretary of the Interior, the 
Commissioner of the General Land Office, the Commis- 
sioner of Indian Affairs, nor the Commissioner of Pat- 
ents has sufficient room to conduct the business of his 
bureau with the dispatch and promptness which the 
public is entitled to expect. The various divisions of 
the Patent Office are crowded into narrow, inconven- 
ient, and, in many instances, unhealthy limits. The 
records and drawings and other material, which 
should be conveniently arranged and made accessible 
in proper rooms, are stored in corridors and by-way 
places, where classification is almost impossible, and 
where access can only be had to the particular sub- 
jects desired after long search and delay. Not only 
this, but great quantities of valuable records, descrip- 
tions, specifications, and drawings >are constantly ex- 
posed to the danger of conflagrations involving the 
safety of the entire building. It needs only an ex- 
amination or investigation to demonstrate the abso- 
lute necessity that exists for making some change in 
the arrangements between the bureaus occupying this 
building in order that each shall have proper room 
and facilities to discharge its respective functions. 
The force under the control of the Commissioner of 
Patents is scattered and located in remote parts of the 
building on different floors to such an extent that in 
order to communicate with the various divisions, 
transfer records back and forth, and conduct the busi- 
ness much more time and a greater amount of labor 
are required than would otherwise be involved. If 
some arrangement could be made by which the force 
could be located conveniently and compactly, in my 
judgment almost if not quite enough could be saved 
in the curtailment of expenses and saving of time 
to provide for the rental of another building which 
would meet the demands of either one of the other 
bureaus mentioned. 

The Commissioner of Patents is not possessed of 
sufficient information to suggest what arrangement 
should be made, or whether it would be advisable for 



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the Government to rent other buildings in which to 
locate any one of the bureaus, or whether such bu- 
reau should be transferred to some other of the pub- 
lic buildings; but the fact is pointed out that the Com- 
missioner of Patents ought at least to be furnished in 
a building constructed out of the patent fund with 
sufficient room to conduct the business of the Patent 
Office conveniently, expeditiously, and without delay 
to its patrons. 

I most urgently call the attention of Congress to 
this subject and request consideration. 

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. 

Under the present statute the Patent Office publishes 
6,500 copies of the Official Gazette, of which 2,319 
copies are sold and delivered upon subscription at the 
price of $ 5 per year. Under the provisions of the act 
of May 18, 1872, 3,235 copies are distributed to public 
libraries, members of Congress, and public officers. 
This publication is one of the most useful and com- 
plete of the kind which lias ever been published. Its 
usefulness and importance are well known to Con- 
gress, and need not be dwelt upon. It will not be inap- 
propriate, however, to call attention to the mechanical 
features of the publication, the requirements involved 
for photolithography, and the method of printing the 
same. This work contains an illustrated and defined 
history of art, so far as covered by patents, in the 
United States from the time of its first publication 
down to the present day. A s is well known, the draw- 
ings which accompany every application for a patent 
are necessarily required to be reproduced and made 
a part of the patent itself when it is issued. Under 
the present system this photolithographic copy of the 
drawing, reduced in size, is published by the Office to 
meet a demand for copies coming from all parts of the 
United States and from foreign countries. It is not 
within my power at present to state the number of cop- 
ies of patents, specifications, and drawings which are 
called for; but the demand is great, and the charges 
made for these copies furnish an important source of 
revenue to the Office. In order to meet this demand 
it is necessary, as just stated, that the drawing be re- 
produced of a size requisite to be made a part of the 
patent and to be conveniently sent to persons requir- 
ing copies. This involves the necessity of employing 
photolithography. It may not be generally known 
that the Official Gazette, excepting the front and 
closing pages, containing opinions and decisions of 
the courts and the Commissioner and the index, is a 
purely photolithographic production. The pages con- 
taining the drawings and the claims in type are pho- 
tolithographed. 

For several years Congress has appropriated about 
one hundred and thirty thousand dollars per year to 
provide for the production of copies of patents, de- 
signs, trade-marks, pending applications, and for the 
reproduction of exhausted copies. This photolitho- 
graphing is required by statute to be done by contract. 
On several occasions experiments have been made to 
have this work done elsewhere than in the city of 
Washington, but in every instance of which I am 
aware the experiment proved a failure, the work 
either not being up to the required standard of ex- 
cellence or being so delayed as to practically interfere 
with the work of the Office and prevent the prompt 



issuing of patents. The inconvenience attending these 
experiments has been so serious that for several years 
Congress has inserted in the appropriation bills the 
requirement found in the act approved March 3, 1885, 
as follows: 

Said photolithographing or otherwise producing plates and 
copies referred to in this and the two preceding paragraphs to 
be done under the supervision of the Commissioner of Patents, 
and in the city of Washington, if it can be there done at reason- 
able rates ; and the Commissioner of Patents, under the direction 
of the Secretary of the Interior, shall be authorized to make con- 
tracts therefor. 

The contracts entered into for the performance of 
this work have generally been made to run from the 
beginning to the expiration of the fiscal year. Prior 
to the 30th of June, 1887, the present Commissioner 
directed an inquiry to be made, and sent an agent to 
the principal Eastern cities to ascertain at what rates 
work of this character could be done in those cities, 
and received what is believed to be entirely reliable 
and satisfactory information that the rates fixed by 
the present contract for doing this work are below 
those which would be demanded elsewhere. 

To explain in greater detail the usefuhiess and man- 
ner of conducting this photolithographic work, I quote 
from the report of my immediate predecessor: 

Under the practice which now obtains in this Office, on Friday 
morning of each week preparations are begun for the patenting 
of all applications which have been allowed and in which the 
final Government fee has been paid during the week next pre- 
ceding. To secure a proper reproduction of such cases, it is 
necessary that the original drawings be transmitted to the Office 
where the work of photolithographing is performed. On each 
Friday morning the drawings which are'ready are sent to the 
photolithographer, where the proof-sheets are prepared. At 
noon of the same day these are returned to this Office and an- 
other lot of drawings taken. About four o'clock of the same day 
proof-sheets of these last-mentioned drawings are returned, and 
other drawings again taken; and so this work of photolitho- 
graphing continues day by day. Upon the return of the proof- 
sheets to this Office careful comparison with the original draw- 
ing must he made by the employes here, and imperfect sheets 
Cwhich amount to about five per cent, of the whole) must be cor- 
rected and returned without delay. 

From the fact that the original drawings must be sent to the 
photolithographer for reproduction, and when it is considered 
that these drawings constitute the only illustrated record in the 
Patent Office of the inventions involved— as under the present 
rules of the Office models are dispensed with— it is apparent that 
any loss or damage thereto would not only greatly embarrass 
the Office, but result in serious injury to inventors. Doubtless, 
in view of these considerations, a requirement was inserted in the 
present contract that the original drawings and corrected proofs 
must be returned to the Patent Office within one and one-half 
day from the delivery to the contractor of such original draw- 
ings. 

It is not absolutely impracticable that the work of preparing 
the Official Gazette be performed elsewhere than in the city, 
provided the place be not too remote. This undoubtedly would be 
attended at times with series inconvenience. For manifest rea- 
sons, however, the work of preparing the current issues of pat- 
ents must be done in this city, and the proper reproduction else- 
where is simply impracticable, if not impossible. Inasmuch as 
proof-sheets of the photolithographs of the current issues are 
used in the preparation of the Official Gazette, it need hardly be 
said that this work entire can probably be more cheaply per- 
formed by one firm than by several independent firms or con- 
tractors. 

I have no doubt that all this work should and will in time be 
done by the Patent Office itself. It should not be dependent upon 
contractors. When the patent system is revised, corrected, and 
improved, as it probably should and doubtless will be in the not 
distant future, this important subject will be at least carefully 
considered. 

The appropriation of Congress for the present fiscal 
year was — 

For Official Gazette $44,000 

For copies of patents, designs, trade-marks, exhausted 

copies, &c 90,000 

LABORATORY. 

The attention of Congress has been in former re- 
ports of the Commissioners of Patents repeatedly 
called to the need in this bureau of a laboratory con- 
taining the necessary apparatus for testing inventions 
relating to electricity , and to conduct experiments per- 
taining to processes and products involving chemical 
results. This necessity is one which scarcely needs 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1887. 



illustration or explanation when it is considered that 
many of the most important and valuable inventions 
relate to these two classes of art. Electrical processes 
and apparatus— such as the telephone and improve- 
ments in telegraphy— are so well recognized in im- 
portance and value as to require no comment, and 
yet the determination of whether a new invention has 
been made in these arts or an improvement involving 
novelty and utility can be reached only by means of 
proper testing apparatus. This is also especially true 
in the field of chemistry— processes for the treatment 
of iron, producing by chemical means new qualities, 
and resolving crude iron into fine steel. Such subjects 
are being continually presented, and the examiner in 
charge is called upon to determine whether these re- 
sults are accomplished by the processes claimed. The 
assertions of the applicants are supported by affidavits 
of parties in interest and by statements which appear 
to be reliable, and yet, in the absence of some means 
of testing the truth of the facts claimed, it is impossi- 
ble for the Office to determine with that degree of 
certainty which should exist whether the invention 
is novel and useful and should be covered by a patent. 
I recommend that some reasonable appropriation be 
made to provide for the purchase, from time to time, 
of apparatus and materials suitable for a laboratory for 
these purposes. 

EMPLOYES. 

It is well known that the business of the Patent 
Office and the number of applications presented are 
gradually increasing. There are periods when there 
is some slight decrease; but there is beyond any ques- 
tion a continuous and almost constant increase in the 
number of applications for patents. There are re- 
ceived in the Office now an average of about eight 
hundred applications each week, and the Office issues 
between three hundred and fifty and four hundred 
and eighty-five patents per week. There is no doubt 
that these numbers will gradually increase. 

On the 30th of June the Commissioner was required 
by the last appropriation bill to reduce the force in 
the classified service of the Office to the extent of ten 
persons. In the present condition of the Office it is 
my opinion that the existing force, when properly ar- 
ranged and organized, will be competent to transact 
the business and keep up the work, and I am gratified 
to be able to say that I have not felt justified in request- 
ing any increase in the number of employes. I am 
gradually rearranging and reorganizing the force, and 
hope within a reasonable time to have it in as excel- 
lent working order as it is capable of. I have no doubt 
that if the Office had the conveniences, rooms, and 
facilities hereinbefore referred to the present force 
would be entirely adequate. Not only this, but a large 
saving in the way of expense would result, and the 
employes would be enabled to conduct the business 
with greater comfort and health. There can be no 
doubt that a great number of the rooms in which the 
employes of the various divisions are compelled to 
work are unhealthy and are more fit for storage than 
for occupancy by human beings. 

LEGISLATION. 

I beg to call the attention of Congress to the need 
of legislation on certain subjects which I deem of 
great importance in view of the present laws relating 



to patents, their issuance, and other subjects con- 
nected therewith. 

1. Date of the patent. 
Section 4885 Revised Statutes provides— 
Every patent shall bear date as of a day not later than six 
months from the time at which it was passed and allowed and 
notice thereof was sent to the applicant or his agent ; and if the 
final fee is not paid within that period the patent shall be with- 
held. 

This provision enables an applicant who fails to pay 
the final fee within six months after the allowance of 
his application to prolong the monopoly of his patent 
the period of six months, and it not infrequently oc- 
curs that parties having what they regard to be valu- 
able inventions permit their applications to forfeit in 
order that they may avail themselves of section 4897, 
which allows them to make a renewal application for 
the same invention upon the payment of a new fee, 
but without filing any new papers, the original appli- 
cation, specification, and drawings being used. A 
new allowance is thus obtained of an application for 
the same invention, and this allowance may remain 
for six months after the expiration of the intervening 
two years before the party takes out his patent. The 
result of this practice is that unless the application is 
barred by a public use which may intervene an appli- 
cant has it in his power under these statutes to prolong 
the term of the patent which he may secure for an al- 
most indefinite period. 

I respectfully suggest that section 4885 be amended 
so as to require that the term of the patent when issued 
shall begin with the date on which the application was 
passed and allowed, and notice thereof sent to the ap- 
plicant or his agent, applicant of course being allowed 
six months within which to pay the final fee and take 
out his patent, and that all renewals authorized in case 
of a forfeiture for non-payment of final fee be limited 
to the same claims, except in case of inadvertence or 
mistake, and that when so renewed the term of the 
patent begin with the date of the original allowance. 
The justice of this provision, as well as its wisdom, 
will be apparent from a consideration of the fact that 
in issuing the patent there arises by implication a con- 
tract between the Government on the one hand and 
the patentee on the other that the latter shall have the 
exclusive enjoyment of the patented property for a 
definite period, at the expiration of which period the 
property becomes that of the public. The United 
States extends to patentees more liberal protection 
and for a longer time than any other government— 
seventeen years— and it is neither just nor right to the 
public which is thus liberal and generous that there 
shall be found under this legislation methods by which 
the inventor can defeat the provisions which contem- 
plate a termination of the monopoly and be able to 
prolong its enjoyment for many years beyond the 
period contemplated by law. 

2. Limitation of term of United States patent by 
foreign patent. 
Section 4887, after declaring that no person shall be 
debarred from receiving a patent in this country for 
his invention or discovery, nor shall any patent be de- 
clared invalid by reason of the invention having been 
first patented or caused to be patented in a foreign 

country, provides — 

But every patent granted for an invention which has been pre- 
viously patented in a foreign country shall be so limited as r.> 



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expire at the same time with the foreign patent, or, if there be 
more than one, at the same time with the one having the shortest 
term, and in no ease shall it be in force more than seventeen 
years. 

It is understood that the object of this legislation 
originally was to prevent an inventor from allowing 
the people of foreign nations to come into the free en- 
joyment of his invention at an earlier period than was 
permitted the people of our country, which earlier en- 
joyment resulted from the fact that the term of Ameri- 
can patents, as just stated, is much longer than any al- 
lowed by foreign governments, so that it was impossi- 
ble for an American inventor to take out a foreign 
patent without disclosing and making public his in 
vention after the expiration of the shorter term in 
such foreign country. In the meantime the Ameri- 
can people were excluded from the free enjoyment of 
the invention during the period intervening between 
the expiration of the foreign patent and the Ameri- 
can patent. But I believe those conversant with the 
subject have never seen any wisdom in this provision 
of the law. A great deal of trouble and annoyance 
have resulted from it to inventors, both American and 
foreign, without, so far as is known, advantaging any 
one. 

It is evident that the American patentee is entitled 
to seventeen years of protection under the patent 
granted Mm by this Government. There ought to be no 
distinction between an American inventor who takes 
out a patent at home but none abroad and one who 
takes out patents both in Ms own and some other 
country. Yet the American patentee who omits to 
take out a patent abroad makes Ms invention 'public 
and free in all the countries of Europe durmg the en- 
tire period, because Ms American patent becomes a 
publication wMch discloses the invention and pre- 
vents Mm from -takmg out any patents in foreign 
countries under the systems existing there, so that in 
such cases the people of foreign countries acqmre the 
free use of an invention from the date of its publica- 
tion in America, while the people of America submit 
to the monopoly enjoyed by the patentee during the 
entire period of seventeen years. The consequence of 
these conditions is that if the American patentee takes 
out his foreign patent first his domestic patent is lim- 
ited in term to the short duration of the patent abroad. 
If, on the other hand, he takes out his American pat- 
ent first, he is barred from taking out any patent undei 
the foreign systems, which provide that any publica- 
tion of a patent shall bar a patent in those countries. 
This inequity of the law has forced inventors both in 
America and abroad, at much trouble and expense, 
to arrange, wherever it was possible, to have their for- 
eign and domestic patents issue on the same day, so 
that neither of the conditions alluded to could at- 
tach. 

It is also suggested, in view of the fact that the 
number of Americans taking out patents abroad very 
largely exceeds the number of foreigners who take 
out patents in tins country, that these conditions of 
law have operated much more disadvantageous^ to 
Americans than to foreigners, and that, therefore, 
there should be some modification in the law. 

These difficulties and others which need not be elab- 
orated in this connection have become so well reco°- 
nized, for they not only exist between Americans and 



foreigners, but between the different nations of Europe 
as well, that for some years past representatives of va- 
rious governments have met together for the purpose 
of adopting and establishing articles of an Interna- 
tional Union for the Protection of Industrial Prop- 
erty. Conventions were held at Rome and at Paris, 
and finally articles of a Union were adopted on the 20th 
of March, 1883, acceded to by Belgium, Brazil, Spain. 
France, Guatemala, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, 
. Salvador, Servia, and Switzerland, the latter State be- 
ing assigned the position of intermediary, through 
whom those adhering to the Union were to communi- 
cate with other States in relation to its objects. Sub- 
sequently other States gave their adhesion and became 
members of the Union, viz: Great Britain, Tunis, Nor- 
way, Sweden, the Dominican Republic, and the United 
States. A copy of the articles and protocols consti- 
tutmg this Union is attached to this report. 

The adhesion of the United States to this Union was 
ratified on March 29, 1887. The purpose of this Union 
is to provide that persons who have made applications 
for patents in one of the States of the Union shall have 
a definite period thereafter within which to file their 
applications in other countries as of the same date at 
winch their original applications were filed, and that 
no publication or use of the hivented article during 
that period can deprive the applicants of their right 
of priority in all the States in which such applications 
were filed. It will be seen that this provision was in- 
tended to meet one of the very difficulties existing 
under section 4887 of the Revised Statutes, and which 
was heightened by the requirement that the term of 
the American patent should be hmited by any patent 
issued to the patentee in foreign countries. 

The advantages to American citizens under this 
Union are set forth in article 4 of the convention, to 
the effect that any person who has filed an applica- 
tion for a patent or who has applied for the registra- 
tion of a trade-mark in the United States shall be en- 
titled to priority in other countries of the Union as 
against persons making similar applications within a 
period defined. A person having applied for a patent 
in tins country is entitled to have his case considered, 
if filed in another country, the same as if filed simu 1 - 
taneously with the application here. 

There is great advantage in this in all countries 
where the patent is granted to the first applicant, 
which is generally the case in Europe and England; 
but it unfortunately happens under section 4887 that 
every patent granted in this country for an invention 
which has been previously patented in a foreign coun- 
try is limited to expire with the foreign patent having 
the shortest term. It is well known that under the 
American system an examination of all applications 
must be made before the patent issues, and generally 
five, six, or seven months elapse after an application 
is filed before the patent issues. The result is that the 
American inventor who desires to avail himself of the 
advantages of the treaty is in danger of havmg his 
foreign patent granted first, for the reason, as just 
stated, that such foreign patent issues almost immedi- 
ately after the application is filed, and therefore, nec- 
essarily, the term of his domestic patent is abridged 
by it. 

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affects the American inventor; but the foreign in- 
ventor who comes to this country for a patent is not 
(1ms injuriously affected, because there is no provis- 
ion under the European system that their patents shall 
be limited by the duration of an American- patent; and 
if there were such, it would produce no limitation, be- 
cause the American term, as already stated, is gener- 
ally much longer than the terms provided by most of 
the European States. In my opinion, there is no rea- 
son for continuing this limitation, contained in the 
last clause of section 4887. While it stands it is al- 
most a complete bar to the enjoyment of the privi- 
leges of this Union between the various States named 
and the United States. The repeal of this clause 
has been suggested in the reports of Commissioners 
heretofore. It is a source of much vexation to the 
inventors and of trouble to the Patent Office, it is out 
of harmony with the spirit of our patent law, and, in 
my judgment, it ought to be repealed. 
3. Assignments of patents. 
Section 4898 provides that an assignment, grant, or 
conveyance shall be void as against any subsequent 
purchaser or mortgagee for a valuable consideration 
without notice unless such instrument be recorded in 
the Patent Office within three months from the date 
thereof. In my opinion , this requirement operates un- 
justly in providing that an assignment, if recorded 
after three months from the date thereof, shall have no 
effect as constructive notice to a subsequent purchaser 
or mortgagee for a valuable consideration. The pro- 
vision, in my judgment, should be modified so as to 
declare that while the assignment should be valid 
without recording for the period of three months from 
and after its date, thereafter it should be void against 
any subsequent purchaser or mortgagee for a valuable 
consideration without notice unless it be recorded in 
the Patent Office prior to the date of such subsequent 
purchase or mortgage, so that should the assignee fail 
through f orgetf ulness or accident to file his instrument 
of assignment within three months he might still file 
it for record at a subsequent period, and it should then 
give constructive notice from the date of its actual 
filing. 

4. Honey paid into the Treasury by mistake. 
Section 4935 provides for the payment of fees to the 
Commissioner of Patents, or to the Treasurer, or any 
of the assistant treasurers of the United States, or to 
any of the designated depositaries, national banks, &c. 
All moneys received at the Patent Office from every 
source whatever are required to be paid into the Treas- 
ury as received without any deduction for any pur- 
pose. Section 4936 provides that the Treasurer of the 
United States is authorized to pay back any sum or 
sums of money to any person who has through mis- 
take paid the same into the Treasury or to any receiver 
or depositary to the credit of the Treasury as for fees 
accruing at the Patent Office, &c. 

The Commissioner of Patents has the unquestioned 
authority to correct a mistake occurring in his Office 
and to refund to any individual who has paid money to 
the financial clerk through mistake or accident if such 
correction be made before the money has been covered 
into the Treasury or placed in a depositary of the 
Treasury. Such corrections are occurring constantly 



by reason of mistakes in making change and from de- 
mands made on account of applications which either 
are not filed or are with Irawn on account of some 
impropriety or irregularity in their presentment; but 
when the money has been covered into the Treasury 
the Commissioner of Patents no longer has the power 
to correct such mistakes, and as it frequently occurs 
that the mistake is not discovered until after the 
money has been covered into the Treasury the party in 
interest is required to go through the somewhat tedious 
process of applying to the Treasury and furnishing 
proofs before he can obtain the correction of the mis- 
take. Generally all evidence of the mistake is dis- 
closed by the records «f the Patent Office, and the 
Secretary of the Treasury is uniformly required to 
make examination and reference of the matter to this 
Office before acting on the application. The Patent 
Office is thus put to the same trouble of inquiry and 
examination as it .would be were the whole matter 
in the hands of the Commissioner of Patents. The 
amounts involved are always small sums— either the 
first filing-fee of fifteen dollars, or the twenty dollars 
final fee, or some small sum involved in making 
change. I can see no reason why the Commissioner 
of Patents should not be authorized to make all cor- 
rections of mistakes of this character which occur in 
his Office and to refund the money, and I recommend 
that authority be given for that purpose. 

5. The attorneys' fund. 

In this connection I desire to call attention to what 
maybe regarded as' equitable claims on behalf of a 
number of patent attorneys against the Patent Office 
resulting from a defalcation on the part of the late 
financial clerk , Mr. Le vi Bacon. The claims grew out 
of the following facts and practice formerly prevail- 
ing in this Office: The statutes of the United States 
require that all payments to be .made into the Patent 
Office for copies, records, or work to be done shall be 
tendered in advance or simultaneously with the de- 
livery of the copies, records, or work; but persons 
were constantly sending for such copies of records 
from remote parts of the country, not knowing what 
the cost would be, and the Office had been in the habit 
of responding to such requests with an estimated cost 
of the work. Thus the delivering of the copies or other 
work desired was considerably delayed. On the other 
hand, many parties were in the habit of remitting a 
larger sum of money than would be required, and di- 
recting the Office to furnish the copies or records im- 
mediately and return the change. There grew up in 
the Office, in consequence of the difficulties attending 
this method of transacting the business, the practice of 
extending a credit to patent attorneys in good stand- 
ing and requiring them to remit the amount of their 
accounts once each month; but after some years' 
experience considerable sums of money were lost in 
consequence of the death, disappearance, or inability 
of the attorneys to pay. In 1878 Mr. Commissioner 
Spear issued an order authorizing persons dealing 
with the Office to deposit with the financial clerk a 
special fund, to be drawn against as they saw proper. 
After the issuance of this order it was the practice of 
the financial clerk to receive the money thus deposited 
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kept the account between the Office and the attorney. 
This fund was regarded as a private fund, at all times 
the property of the attorney, no part of which went 
into the public funds or into the Treasury except as it 
was so drawn against, and the sum then so drawn was 
applied and paid over into the Treasury. The balance 
on hand was always regarded as the money of the in- 
dividual, subject to his order and liable to be with- 
drawn at any time he might desire to have it returned. 
On the death of the financial clerk, Mr. Bacon, in 
June, 1887, it was found that the various balances 
which should have been in these envelopes were gone, 
and that no account could be given of this so-called 
"Attorneys' Fund," or " Miscellaneous Fund," asit was 
sometimes termed. At the same time it appeared that 
the Office had these various attorneys charged with 
copies, records, and other material furnished which 
should have been, and but for the defalcation would 
have been, paid for by the sums of money in the 
various envelopes to the credit of the parties in inter- 
est; but the money not being found, these accounts 
were regarded as just and valid claims against at- 
torneys, and it was held that the fact that each at 
some previous time had had in the hands of the finan- 
cial clerk sufficient money to provide for the payment 
of these accounts could not be regarded as liquidating 
the same. The Commissioner of Patents entertained 
the view that an officer of the Government could not 
incur a liability without the express provision of law, 
and that he had no authority to receive private de- 
posits and make the Government liable for them, or 
to secure such deposits either by the money of the 
Government or by their equivalent in work, copies, &c. 
In his opinion, the case was very much the same as 
though the attorneys had come to the financial clerk 
with a bill of large denomination, and, instead of ten- 
dering the exact sum which was due, intrusted him 
with the bill, allowing him to make change, and upon 
his failure to return the change should attempt to hold 
the Government liable for the difference. No doubt 
there were a number of these attorneys who deposited 
their money without much consideration. They find 
themselves now indebted in small sums of money to 
the Office, and they naturally insist that they under- 
stood they were dealing with the Government, and 
that the Government ought to indemnify them for 
their loss. These claims have certainly strong equita- 
ble features. The practice grew up out of the order 
of Commissioner Spear, the money deposited by the 
attorneys was always made payable to the Commis- 
sioner of Patents, and all the correspondence, receipts, 
&c. , were conducted in the name of the Commissioner. 
In my judgment, Congress should authorize the Com- 
missioner of Patents to adjust these claims, subject 
to the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, and 
to pay them by the recognition of orders for copies, 
records, assignments, &c. This would restore the 
parties to all their rights without the payment of any 
cash, by simply supplying these attorneys with what 
it was originally contemplated they should receive. 
The amount involved is about five thousand dollars 
($5,000.) 

It will not be regarded as improper in this connec- 
tion to call attention to the fact that since the defal- 
cation alluded to was discovered the Commissioner 



lias taken careful steps to guard against any possible 
misappropriation of the public moneys. All money 
deposited by attorneys or others is now required to 
be at once transferred to the Treasury and placed 
beyond the control of the Patent Office. When this 
defalcation was disclosed, it was also ascertained that 
during the long period of Mr. Bacon's possession of 
the office, though millions of dollars had passed 
through his hands, there had never been a settlement 
of his accounts. The practice now prevails of requir- 
ing a quarterly and annual adjustment of the accounts 
of the financial clerk. In addition, an entirely new 
system of receiving and accounting for the funds re- 
ceived has been adopted, with checks and counter- 
checks, so that it is believed to be now practically im- 
possible for any mistake or misappropriation to occur 
without being at once detected. The importance of 
the subject will be seen when the fact is considered 
that the daily receipts average about three thousand 
dollars. 

6. Delay in prosecuting applications. 

I desire to call especial attention to the subject of 
the delays which occur in the Patent Office on the 
part of applicants in the prosecution of their applica- 
tions for patents. 

Section 4894 provides — 

All applications for patent shall be completed and prepared 
for examination within two years after the filing of the applica- 
tion, and in default thereof, or upon failure of the applicant to 
prosecute the same within two years after any action therein, 
of which notice shall have been given to the applicant, they 
shall be regarded as abandoned by the parties thereto, unless it 
be shown to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Patents 
that such delay was unavoidable. 

Under this section applicants who desire to prolong 
their applications and postpone action therein have an 
ample opportunity to do so. There are two classes of 
persons who apply for patents, one composed of those 
who are exceedingly anxious to obtain their patents 
at the earliest practicable moment, the other of those 
who desire to prolong the issue of their patents and to 
keep the application pending in the Patent Office to the 
very latest date possible. The second class embraces 
the more powerful, rich, and influential parties, who 
are either the inventors or the assignees of the invent- 
ors. This section of the statute enables the second 
class of persons to keep their applications pending in 
the Office for years before their patents issue. In the 
meantime they are engaged in manufacturing and 
putting upon the market the article or improvement, 
but warning the public that the patent is applied for, 
the effect of which is to give them the absolute con- 
trol and monopoly of the invention and to deter all 
other inventors from entering upon the same field of 
invention and from manufacturing the article. The 
manner in which this delay is effected may be briefly 
explained: The applicant files his application and is 
allowed two years within which to complete or per- 
fect it. Any action of the Office requiring change or 
modification or some formal correction can be fol- 
owed under this section by a further delay of two 
years before the applicant is required to take any ac- 
tion in response. At the expiration of the two years 
he perhaps makes some amendment or change in the 
character of his claims. This involves a corresponding 
action on the part of the Office, and, however prompt 
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mitted another two years before any responsive action 
can be compelled from him ; and so the matter may be 
continued. There are applications now in the Office 
which have been kept alive nine or ten years, and the 
Office is powerless to compel speedier or earlier action 
on the part of the applicants. 

I have recently had occasion to direct an investiga- 
tion to be made into this matter, and I submit as a part 
of this report the result reached by a committee on the 
subject, showing the number of applications in the 
Office which have been so pending for a number of 

years. 

These repeated actions and these long-continued de- 
lays cannot fail to suggest that a great deal of useless 
and unnecessary labor and consumption of time in the 
Patent Office are involved. Every application stands 
in its proper place upon the calendar of the Office, 
and when reached in its order it must be examined 
carefully to see whether any action has been had since 
the last-recorded action of the Office, so that a case 
which has remained for two years without responsive 
action from the applicant may probably be examined 
twenty or thirty times simply to ascertain that nothing 
has been done. "When it is considered that this labor 
is multiplied by the number of applications which are 
thus delayed the amount of useless and unnecessary 
labor expended can be appreciated. 

While calling attention to the fact that this two 
years' period in the case of original applications is too 
long, it will be a matter of surprise to know that in 
applications for reissues Congress has omitted to fix 
any period (except the duration of the original pat- 
ent) within which they become abandoned for want 
of prosecution. A reissue application is always alive, 
and the applicant may file an amendment ten years 
after it was required by the Office to be made and be 
entitled to have it considered and acted on. 

I earnestly recommend that section 4894 be so modi- 
fied that there shall be vested in the Commissioner of 
Patents a discretion to declare any application for- 
feited for want of prosecution whenever he shall be 
satisfied that such order should be entered. This 
power is possessed by all tribunals who have the con- 
trol of litigation and matters of this character. Of 
course the exercise of this power should be guarded 
by proper restrictions, so that injury or wrong cannot 
be done, and no order of this kind should be made by 
the Commissioner until ample notice has been given 
to the applicant to show cause why his application 
should not be declared forfeited. The power to re- 
instate a case after it had been declared abandoned 
should and would be preserved under section 4894, 
whenever, in case of death, insanity, or other good 
and sufficient cause, it should be made to appear to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner that the want of 
prosecution was unavoidable, and that the party was 
incapable of showing cause why the case should not 
be declared abandoned. 



7. Renewal application where case was forfeited for 
non-payment of final fee. 

Section 4885 provides that, after the Office has passed 
and allowed an application and nothing remains but 
the payment of the final fee to complete the issuance 
of a patent, if the fee be not paid within the period of 



six months the patent shall be withheld. I have al- 
ready called attention to the fact that very frequently 
the payment of this final fee is purposely omitted in 
order to permit the applicant to extend the period of 
his monopoly; but of course this is not always the 
case. The provision of section 4897, which enables a 
party who has failed to make such payment to file a 
renewed application within two years from the date 
of the allowance of the original application and ob- 
tain his patent, is a wise and just provision; but there 
is very much doubt and uncertainty as to the mean- 
ing of this section, in so far as it requires that " such 
second application must be made within two years 
after the allowance of the original application." It 
has been held by high authority that the effectof this 
provision is by construction to bar the invention as 
well as the application if the renewed application be 
not filed within two years. On the other hand, there 
is also high authority that such is not the effect, and 
that even if two years have elapsed after the allow- 
ance of the original application the new application 
may be made and may go to patent, notwithstanding 
the existence of the original application, its allowance, 
and its forfeiture for non-payment of the final fee. 
Tins section should be amended to remove this uncer- 
tainty. I am of the opinion that the limitation should 
be to the invention; and not only this, but that when 
an application for a patent has been allowed by the 
Office and the applicant has failed to pay the final fee 
within six months, and has also failed to renew the 
application within two years, the invention should be 
made public and become public property as of the date 
of the original allowance. I think this should be the 
result, from a proper consideration of the relations 
between the Government and the inventor. The in- 
ventor has conceived and presented a new invention. 
He comes into the Office for the purpose of donating 
that invention to the public after he shall have first 
enjoyed its exclusive use for the period provided by 
law The Office has made a careful and thorough ex- 
amination, has discharged all its part of the contract, 
and extended to the applicant the right to take out his 
patent upon paying the charges required. The public 
from this moment is entitled to its part of the consid- 
eration of the contract, and ought not to be deprived of 
it upon the failure of the inventor to fulfill his. The 
invention has become so far public as to be made 
known to the Patent Office. The law extends to the 
applicant the full period of two years within which 
to avail himself of all his rights and to enjoy his prop- 
erty. Faffing in this, he ought not to have it m his 
power to conceal the invention as a lost art and to de- 
prive the public of it. On the other hand, other in- 
ventors may invent the same thing and come mto the 
Office, and by patenting the invention deprive the 
public of what they have already acquired right to by 
virtue of the allowance of the first application. In 
other words, when an invention has been made and 
disclosed to the Office, and the application has been 
passed to issue, that invention should be taken out of 
the field of patentability as to all future inventors, and 
ought not to be regarded as a concealed or abandoned 
invention. I therefore recommend the modification 
of the statute so as to provide that such second appli- 
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ance of the original application, and if not so filed 
the invention shall be regarded as abandoned to and 
as the property of the public. 

8. Joint inventors. 
Under the present statutes a patent may issue to a 
sole inventor or joint inventors, to an inventor and 
his assignee of a part interest, or to the assignee or 
assignees of the entire interest. Every patent issued 
to a sole inventor or to an inventor and his assignee 
of an undivided part, or to the assignees of the whole 
interest, is beyond challenge so far as an improper 
union of persons as patentees is concerned— that is to 
say, the law authorizes the patent to issue to the in- 
ventor or to any person or persons to whom he desires 
that it shall issue, and this is the principle which un- 
derlies the statute authorizing the assignment, grant, 
or conveyance either of the original invention before 
patent has been granted or of the patent after it is 
issued; but while there is no express provision of law 
declaring that a patent issued to joint inventors is 
void, should it appear that they were not joint invent- 
ors, yet that is the well-settled law, as announced by 
the courts. The statute also requires that the assignees 
of the inventor shall be such by virtue of a written 
formal legal assignment: but in the case of a patent 
to joint inventors, when it turns out that by mistake 
or error of law one of them was not a joint inventor, 
but the sole inventor, the other does not become a 
patentee as an assignee under a formal legal assign- 
ment, although he does become one of the joint pat- 
entees with the full consent and wish of his co-pat- 
entee. Inasmuch as it is often one of the most per- 
plexing and difficult questions coming before the Office 
or before the courts to determine whether an inven- 
tion is actually a sole invention or a joint invention in 
which two or more persons contributed, there seems 
no reason why a patent which is thus issued to per- 
sons who supposed themselves to be joint inventors 
should be invalid. Under all other systems within 
my knowledge the patent is allowed to issue in the 
name of those persons who demand it in whatever ca- 
pacity or relation they may make the demand, and it 
is only requisite that one or more of the patentees shall 
have been the true inventor. I am aware of no reason 
why such should not be the law in the United States; 
and when there is taken into consideration the amount 
of time, labor, and trouble involved in investigating 
the question as to whether there was or was not an 
actual joint invention, and other incidental questions 
which are constantly arising, as well as the injustice 
to the patentees themselves of having their patents 
declared void, I find ample reason for recommending 
a provision of law expressly providing that patents 
shall not be held to be invalid by reason of the fact 
that the persons described as joint inventors were not 
joint inventors, provided that either one of them thus 
described was in fact the true and sole inventor. 
9. Trade-marks and interstate commerce. 
After the decision of the Supreme Court of the 
United States in the trade-mark cases, (100 U. S., 82,) 
which held that the acts of Congress approved July 8, 
1870, and August 14, 1876, were unconstitutional, and 
that Congress had no power to legislate upon the sub- 
ject of trade-marks per se, the act of March 3, 1881, 



was enacted under the provisions of the Constitution 
conferring upon Congress the power to regulate com- 
merce. That power, it is conceded, extends to com- 
merce with foreign nations, commerce with the In- 
dian tribes, and interstate commerce; but for some 
cause not apparent in the enactment approved March 
3, 1881, Congress saw proper to authorize the regis- 
tration of only such trade-marks as were used in com- 
merce with foreign nations or with the Indian tribes 
and left trade-marks which might be used in com- 
merce between the States wholly unprovided for. If 
there be any reason why the latter class of trade- 
marks should be excluded from the protection of Fed- 
eral legislation, or left to the regulations prescribed 
by the States, or wholly omitted, it is not apparent, 
The attention of Congress has been called to this sub- 
ject by my predecessors, and I respectfully renew the 
suggestion that the provisions of that act be enlarged 
so as to cover trade-marks used in interstate com- 
merce. This question has become more important 
in view of the Union hereinbefore referred to for the 
protection of industrial property. Some additional 
legislation by Congress is necessary in view of the new 
situation resulting from this treaty. Article 6 of the 
convention declares that " every trade or commercial 
mark deposited in the country of origin shall be ad- 
mitted to deposit and so protected in all other countries 
of the Union." It is evident from this declaration 
that if the article were to be fully carried out in this 
country it would probably admit to registration trade- 
marks whicli otherwise would not be admissible under 
the existing laws of Congress. In other words, the pro- 
vision is more liberal than the act of March 3, 1881. It is 
more liberal than was the common law, because under 
eacli there were hmitations which excluded trade- 
marks which were not regarded as lawful in some 
sense, and which were calculated to mislead, or were 
regarded as in contravention of religious ideas, morals, 
&c. The definition of a trade-mark is substantially 
the same in all commercial countries; but practice 
varies in the application of these definitions and in re- 
spect to the character of marks which may be pro- 
tected. For instance, the usage in Southern Europe 
in respect to the employment of sacred names and sym- 
bols warrants their adoption as trade-marks in rela- 
tions which would be offensive and perhaps sacrile- 
gious to much of the American sentiment. In a case 
where a representation of the Virgin Mary was claimed 
for soap this Office held that its use in such a connec- 
tion was offensive to a great proportion of the people 
of the United States, and therefore that it was not en- 
titled to protection; yet it is actually protected in 
France, where a different sentiment prevails. In- 
stances of this kind are rare; but the statute should be 
framed to cover all cases likely to arise. If Congress, 
therefore, is inclined to make the law of trade-marks 
conform to the provision of the Convention, the act of 
March 3, 1881, should be amended so as to admit to 
registration any trade-mark already lawfully regis- 
tered in any of the countries of the International 
Union, subject, of course, to the conditions which re- 
quire preliminary examination as to prior use and em- 
ployment in the class of commerce over which the leg- 
islation of Congress extends. 
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which will suggesl appropriate legislation relates to 
the coercive features of the provisions of the treaty 
intended to give trade-mark property a protection 
which would be unknown to the common law or to 
the statutes of this country. These provisions will be 
found in articles 9 and 10 of the Convention, and may 
be briefly stated to include seizure upon importation 
of any article of merchandise bearing an illicit trade- 
mark or a false or fraudulent intimation of origin. 
Of course, it is to be understood that the practical op- 
eration of such legislation would apply in this country 
to goods imported from abroad, and would authorize 
the seizure in this country of such goods. The act of 
August 14, 1876", provided for the seizure by United 
States marshals of all appliances used for counterfeit- 
ing or the fraudulent imitation of registered trade- 
marks. Section 2496 of the Revised Statutes, as 
amended March 3, 1883, refuses entry at the custom- 
house to foreign goods bearing simulations of the 
trade-marks of domestic manufactures. These two 
acts contain all the protection afforded by the United 
States statutes to our citizens so far as coercive meas- 
ures are concerned. Of course, the common law and 
the statutes afford a civil remedy for infringement: 
but in view of the fact, that as between the owner 
of a trade-mark in one country and the infringer of 
it in another, the civil remedy is so expensive, it 
practically constitutes no protection. Every country 
seems to have felt the necessity of employing coercive 
measures to prevent fraud of this character. No act 
of Congress has ever contemplated the seizure of 
merchandise bearing counterfeit or simulated trade- 
marks, and under the present laws the courts of Fed- 
eral jurisdiction have no jurisdiction to enforce such 
seizures. Whether such legislation should be made is 
submitted to the consideration of Congress. 

Under Article 6 of the Constitution of the United 
States this Convention is now a part of the supreme 
law of the land. The Government may withdraw 
from it when inclined to do so; but until such with- 
drawal its provisions must be recognized, and ought 
to be enf oroed by appropriate legislation empowering 
the proper officers to make the required seizures, and 
determining the due proceedings in our courts which 
are necessary to enforce the provisions of the treaty 
and protect the rights of individuals. It is true that 
under the general provisions of this treaty, as set forth 
in Article 2, there is only contemplated giving to the 
citizens and subjects of foreign States the same pro- 
tection that our own citizens enjoy; but it is to be ap- 
prehended that while it is not expected the same pro- 
cedure and method will be employed, yet the same 
ample protection will be afforded to citizens of for- 
eign countries which would be demanded for our own 
citizens. 

10. Restriction of some of the evils of the patent 
system. 
The growth and development of the patent system 
of the United States, and of inventive genius stimu- 
lated by the rewards and prospects of rewards grow- 
ing out of that system, are the subjects of constant 
comment and public consideration. That this system 
has been useful and beneficent is beyond question. 
Quoting from one of the annual reports of Mr. Com- 
missioner Butterworth: 



Touching the first objection, I submit that careful investiga- 
tion will show tliat the patent system is the foundation up.ai 
which the industrial interests of this country arc based. We arc 
in fact, indebted f or our unequaled growth and prosperity as a 
manufacturing people to its influence. Nor is its healthful intlu 
euce confined to the shops and factories, but extends to the fields, 
mines, and forests. The mere desire which all our people natur- 
ally feel to secure increased comforts and improved methods 
would never have resulted in even a distant approach to our pres- 
ent condition as a productive nation but for the great incentive 
found in securing to the inventor for a term of years the absolute 
ownership of the improved machine, method, process, or dis- 
covery which is the result of his efforts. It has been urged I hat 
the inventive genius of our people would have given to the world 
substantially all the improvements we have now without this in- 
centive. Such a proposition seems so unreasonable that it is 
hardly worth while to combat it by argument. We sow not only 
to reap, but in the expectation of reaping an adequate harvest 
No one would devote years of patient study, careful and pro- 
found thought and investigation, based on experiments, merely 
to produce a machine for his own individual use. The British Par- 
liament a few years since appointed a committee to take testi- 
mony and to make full investigation to ascertain the influence "I 
and necessity for a patent system. That investigation settled 
beyond all controversy, at least so far as the English nation is 
concerned, that without the patent system the inventive genius 
of that people would have remained inactive, and little progress 
would have been made during several centuries in the direction 
of developing the great industries which are now the source of 
English wealth and power. 

While preparing the exhibits for the World's Industrial and 
Cotton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans I endeavored by 
correspondence to gather what information I could touching the 
relation our patent system sustains to the growth of our own in- 
dustries, and from the investigations I have made I feel safe in 
saying that to this system we are chiefly indebted for our pres- 
ent great industrial prosperity. The percentage of manufactur- 
ing establishments in this country which have not utilized the 
patent system in one way or another, as a means either of found- 
ing a business or building up and extending it, is very small. 
But, as suggested before, it is urged that this exclusive property 
in a patent imposes burdens upon our people. The exact reverse 
is true. . 

In this connection one important fact in the matter ot using 
articles or machines which have been patented seems to be gen- 
erally overlooked, and that is that no one is compelled to use any- 
patented invention. The blessed privilege of sticking to the old 
way abides with all of us, notwithstanding the patent system. 
Farmers are under no obligations whatever to lay aside the sickle, 
scythe, or cradle, and use the reaper and mower. They may still, 
if they will, rake and bind wheat and oats with their hands, in- 
stead of doing it by machinery. There does not rest upon them 
the slightest obligation to use a thrasher or separator, since they 
are at perfect liberty to swing the flail or use thetramptug-floor. 
The hand-loom may still be used, notwithstanding the inventions 
of Jaequard and Arkwright, supplemented and improved by 
modern inventions. The old spinning-wheel need not be thrown 
aside because the inventive genius of man has given us the spm- 
ning-ienny and its kindred aids in that art. There rests no ob- 
ligation upon any of us to use the telephone, the telegraph, the 
locomotive, or the engine. In fact, in all things we may stick 
absolutely to the old way, and submit ourselves to all the incon- 
veniences and discomforts of the olden time. Every farmer may 
continue to build a worm or post-and-rail or stone fence, instead 
of using barbed wire. In this connection it is proper to remark 
that he pays for his barbed-wire fence but little, if any, more 
than fifty per cent, of the cost of the old board or post-and-rail 
fence, and it has been demonstrated that the farmers of the 
country have in the last few years saved over sixty millions ot 
dollars by the use of this valuable invention. In fact, all inven- 
tions are utilized not simply because they are more convenient, 
but because they are cheaper and better. 

Touching the statement that laborers are thrown out ot em- 
ployment and wages reduced by the use of patented devices it 
is sufficient to say that the allegation is entirely at variance with 
the best information obtainable from the returns ot the last 
census The utilization of valuable inventions does not throw 
laborers out of employment, but redistributes labor and opens 
up new avenues of employment, calls into requisition a higher 
order of skill, and secures an increase of wages. For example, 
take the boot and shoe industry, where a few hundred machines 
have changed the whole course of labor. The census of 18,0 
showed that there was an average of twenty-nine persons em- 
ployed in every shoe factory in this country, whereas in 1880 there 
were fifty-six persons so employed. The same number of per- 
sons in 1875 made three times as many shoes as in 18to. In a 
table prepared by Colonel Wright, chief of the Bureau of Labor, 
it is shown that in 1870 there were employed 91,702 men women 
and children, while in 1880 there were 111,152. In estimates based 
upon four hundred and sixty shoe-manuf acturmg establishments 
in Massachusetts it is shown that three millions of dollars more 
are paid in wages than the capital invested, and that the labor- 
saving machinery has given to the laborer in 1880 almost double 
the wages of 1850. , , " . 

But for the growth of our industries, due to the patent sy steni, 
there would have been no employment in this country, otherwise 

for ten per cent, of the immigrants ™ 
come among us. While an important invention may 



than in the fields, for ten per cent, of the immigrants who have 

„„ n^^T,™ no wiiilo n:n imnorta.nt invention may result in 

e 

resuitls toopen up an avenue of employment l 



utilizing a machine which will do the work of a dozen men, the 
„ Qt .„u- i? +^ «r,oTi nr. an avenue of emnlovmeut -vhich will gr>-e 



Work to double the'number. The comforts an<\ conveniences of 
life are made more abundant and cheaper, the consumption 

When the advantages which our country derives from the pat- 
ent system are considered, in connection with the tact that it 
does not cost the Government a farthing, the whole expense be- 
ing paid by those having business with the Office, either as apph- 



Xll 



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1887. 



cants for patents or otherwise, it would seem that there should 
be no hesitation in appropriating at least the money paid in and 
received by the Government in trust for the purposeof promptly 
and efficiently conducting the business of the Bureau. While the 
Patent Office has been more than self-sustaining, the cost to those 
having business to transact has been reduced and the facilities 
increased. A few years since it cost from $2.50 to $35 to obtain 
a copy of the drawings of a patent. Under the system of photo- 
lithographing now adopted the Office can supply copies of pat- 
ents with perfect reproductions of the drawings at nonimal cost — 
viz., twenty-five cents for single copies, or ten cents when twenty 
or more are ordered. Not only this, but the entire expense of 
producing these photolithographic copies is more than paid by 
the proceeds of the sales. 

But it is impossible that such a growth and devel- 
opment could have occurred and not be accompanied 
by greater or lesser evils. The attention of the public 
has been for years constantly called to the fact that the 
inventor himself rarely secures the real reward of his 
invention. This undoubtedly proceeds from the fact 
that quite as much genius is required to develop a prop- 
erty or manufacture and place it advantageously upon 
the market in so great a country as this, and to make 
it remunerative, as is required to make the invention, 
and it is the misfortune of inventors, as a general 
rule, not to be possessed of business habits and busi- 
ness faculties. The result has been that nearly all the 
great and most useful inventions of modern times 
have fallen into the hands of men of capital or corpo- 
rations, who alone have the means to bring them be- 
fore the public, develop their useful qualities, and 
enable the people directly to see that they are use- 
ful and can be produced at prices which remunerate. 
This condition of things cannot be remedied, and per- 
haps ought not to be. There should be no legislation 
which interferes with the right of property which is 
vested in the inventor from the moment he has cre- 
ated a new subject of invention. The entire system 
and theory of patent property rest upon the idea that 
that which a man invents in the sense of its being a 
new and novel creation is his individual property, 
which he owns by the right of creation and discovery. 
It is not the theory of the patent law that when the 
Government grants a patent to an inventor it confers 
upon him any such property as it does in the case of a 
patent for land, which belonging to the Government 
at one moment becomes the property of the patentee 
upon the execution of the instrument; but the patent 
in the former case recognizes the existence of the prop- 
erty in the individual, but in consequence of its intangi- 
ble and incorporeal nature it is incapable of protection 
from invasion by other persons, unless some distinct 
and specific remedy is afforded the inventor against 
such invasion and infringement. Letters patent are 
mere evidence of the fact that, in the opinion of the 
Government, the patentee has invented a new, useful, 
and original invention, and the Government under- 
takes to protect him in the exclusive enjoyment of 
that property for a definite term. Now, any legisla- 
tion which departs from this theory and proceeds upon 
the idea that the patentee should not be entitled to 
full protection is a mistake. Many suggestions have 
been made as to the best method of protecting the in- 
ventor and enabling him to realize, as far as possible, 
the value of his invention, and at the same time pro- 
tecting the public against vast and powerful corpoi-a- 
tions in patent property exacting greater values than 
can be justified upon any fair or reasonable considera- 
tion, and which by buying in all the succeeding im- 
provements in a certain line of invention are enabled 



for generations to perpetuate a monopoly which ought 
to have more reasonable limits. It must be under- 
stood that a monopoly which erects and locates itself 
all over the country in every business center under 
the provisions of a patent is able in nearly all cases to 
prolong its life after the patent expires by reason of 
the possession which it has taken of the market. New 
manufacturers are unable for years after the expira- 
tion of the patent to come into the market and com- 
pete with an organization which thus has such com- 
plete possession of the field of manufacture. 

It has been recommended that some legislation 
should be had looking toward the restriction of the 
extension of patents and patented property. In this 
direction I suggest for the consideration of Congress 
the propriety of providing that all patents hereafter 
issuing shall contain a condition that they may be ex- 
tinguished by the Government at any time upon the 
payment to the owners of the property, whether the 
patentee or his assigns, of a reasonable sum of money, 
such sum to be determined by arbitration or other- 
wise, as may seem appropriate to Congress. It is prob- 
ably safe and accurate to say that patent property as 
a rule is not as valuable as is popularly estimated. 
The profits which are enjoyed by the owners of prop- 
erty of this character are rather the result of having 
control of the market and being everywhere firmly 
established in the business of manufacturing the pat- 
ented article. It is well known that the licensees un- 
der patents make enormous profits in the manufacture 
of such articles as the barb- wire, after having paid the 
royalty to the patentee, and it is probably true of all 
the great concerns engaged in manufacturing patented 
articles that they would stiU be able to conduct a large 
and profitable business were the patent to be extin- 
guished. In view of the fact, already suggested, that 
in rare instances only do the original patentees obtain 
any adequate remuneration for their inventions, it 
seems entirely proper that the Government at any 
time should have the power in its discretion to extin- 
guish the patent by paying such sum as would be a 
reasonable consideration for the appropriation of 
private property for public purposes. Of course, but 
few inventions would be extinguished in this way, as 
their importance generally is not such as to justify 
interference by the Government. 

11. Abridgment of patents. 

I desire to call the attention of Congress to the ne- 
cessity of making provision for the compilation and 
publication of a classified abridgment of patents. 
The necessity for this publication has been earnestly 
set forth in the Annual Reports of this Office since 
1848, when Mr. Commissioner Ewbank first called 
the attention of Congress to the subject. I hereto 
append extracts from these reports for a full under- 
standing of the matter. Year by year the need and 
demand for such a work are more and more forcibly 
felt. Each field of invention broadens, and the nec- 
essary examination to determine the utility, novelty, 
and usefulness of the invention presented becomes 
more intricate and difficult. No better illustration 
need be cited to show that such an abridgment is al- 
most indispensable than the publication of patents re- 
lating to electricity. Copies of all patents on this sub- 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1887. 



Xlll 



ject from the year 1790 to July, 1880, were compiled 
and bound for the Electrical Congress held at Paris in 
1880. This publication has since been continued, and 
now comprises forty-nine volumes. It is doubtful 
whether the work of the Office could keep pace with 
the vast number of applications which have been filed 
since the impetus given to inventive genius by the 
electric light and telephone were it not for these vol- 
umes, whereby examinations are facilitated and accu- 
racy secured. In 1881 Congress appropriated $10,000 
to begin this work. Fourteen thousand patents relat- 
ing to agricultural implements were abridged and the 
briefs made ready for publication. The appropria- 
tion, however, was not continued, and the material 
was boxed and stored away. An appropriation of not 
less than $20,000 will be required to continue the work 
of abridging patents and to publish the material already 
prepared. The ready sale to manufacturers and in- 
ventors of such an abridgment would speedily reim- 
burse the Government for all moneys expended in 
compiling and publishing such a work, and it is be- 
lieved that the revenues resulting from such sales 
would largely increase the receipts of the Office. 
12. Exchange of publications. 
Some provision should be made by Congress by 
which this Office can be furnished, for publication in 
the Official Gazette, with certified copies of all de- 
crees, decisions, and judgments made by the Federal 
courts in patent cases. I recommend that authority be 
conferred upon the Commissioner of Patents to fur- 
nish the Official Gazette to the clerk of any Federal 
court, or to the library belonging to the court, in ex- 
change for the decisions rendered by such Federal 

court. 

I further recommend that the Commissioner be 
vested with authority to exchange the Official Ga- 
zette for any publication of a scientific or useful char- 
acter published in this or any foreign country, which, 
in his judgment, would be desirable and valuable to 
the scientific library of the Patent Office. 

BUSINESS OF THE PATENT OFFICE. 

The total number of applications received during the 
calendar year 1887 requiring examination was 41,153. 
The total number of patents issued was 22,990. The 
gross receipts were $1,144,509.60; the expenditures, 
$994,472.22; net surplus after paying every expense 
incident to the maintenance of the Office, $150,037.38. 
The following statements exhibit in detail all moneys 
received and expended, the number of applications re- 
ceived and patents granted, and also other informa- 
tion relating to the business and condition of the Pat- 
ent Office which the Commissioner of Patents is di- 
rected to furnish to Congress: 

RECEIPTS. 

Detailed statement of all moneys received for patents,, 
for copies of records or drawings, or from any source 
whatever.* 

APP SSved ^,43500 

Cash refunded W 65 m 

974,000 00 

46,530 00 



Net cash 

Certificates of deposit 



Total cash and certificates 1,020,530 00 

*A large number of copies of patents are furnished to co-ordi- 
nate brandies of the Government for which no charge is made. 
The receipts would be considerably increased if the Office re- 
ceived payment for these copies. 



C ° P ctsh received 79,724 71 

Cash refunded l>°°» » 

Net cash W,885 52 

Certificates of deposit 4 "' 0; ' 

Total cash and certificates 78,237 17 

Recording assignments: 

Cash received *».;"» £ 

Cash refunded l ' MJ »° 

Netcash 27,948 20 

Certificates of deposit ™ ~° 

Total cash and certificates 28,431 15 

Subscription to Official Gazette: 

Cash received ' ^'l £ 

Cash refunded "J_^ 

Netcash ; '^" 

Certificates of deposit '"" u " 

Total cash and certificates 14,407 48 

Registration of labels:- ...„«, 

Cash received |,1 10 00 

Cash refunded L^ffljjO 

Netcash....... 2 ' 8 ^ j$ 

Certificates of deposit * * "" 

Total cash and certificates 2,903 50 

Aggregates. 

Cashreceived »«M 

Cash refunded '- 904 si 

vr„ toash 1,096,95270 

Certmcates of deposit 47,556 90 

Total cash and certificates 1,144 . 509 60 

EXPENDITURES. 

Amount expended by this Office under the several ap- 
propriations from January 1, 1887, to December 31, 

1887. 

,. D „ $639,124 35 

Salaries v 4.1 7U 90 

Official Gazette **<'*? Ti 

Photolithographing |>^ J| 

TrkTsportatlon^of ' publications' to ' foreign govern: ' 
ments ' 

Total 764 - 160 37 

Approximate amount expended by the Department of 
the Interior on account of this Office from January 
1, 1887, to December 31, 1887.* 

Stationery ,, * u .°« °° 

Postage on foreign matter 192 152 71 

Conting^expensef (including furniture; hardware, ' 
carplts, ice, file-holders, desks, cases, washing tow- 
els,leeping of horse, &c, telephone,w.nding clocks, 
and sundries) t '*' lal M 

Total J*S0,3nj5 

Aggregate amount of expenditures 994,472 22 

RECEIPTS OVER EXPENDITURES. 

Total receipts $1 'K1 I2 

Total expenditures im.4^ M 

Receipts over expenditures 150,037 38 

~ *Aliteral compliance with the provisions of the statute requir- 
ing "a deUUed Statement of all expenditures tor contingent and 
miscellaneous expenses " is not possible, for the reason that the 
rontStf^dfor the several bureaus of ths Department was 
consolfdated by the act of March 3, 1883, and hence no part of 
tli^fndls disbursed by the Patent Ofce and I am furnished 
only with an approximate sum, expended on behalf of the Pat- 
ent Office. 

tThis Office has not been furnished with the item of expenses 
on account of the watch force, as such expenditure is under the 
pnn^rol of the Secretary of the Interior, and the force is distrib- 
uted th rough tnt severll bureaus of the Department. 



XIV 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1887. 



Statement of balance in the Treasury of the United 
States on account of the Patent fund. 

Amount to the credit of the fund January 1, 1887. . $3,107,453 53 
Amount of receipts during the year 1887 1,144,509 60 

Total 4,251,963 13 

Deduct expenditures for the year 1887 994,472 22 

Balance January 1, 1888 3,257,490 91 



SUMMARY OF THE BUSINESS OF THE PATENT OFFICE. 

Number of applications for patents for inventions 34,420 

Number of applications for patents for designs 1,041 

Number of applications for reissues of patents 152 

Total number of applications relating to patents . . 35,613 

Number of caveats filed 2,622 

Number of applications for registration of trade-marks '. 1^282 

Number of applications for registration of labels 686 

Number of disclaimers filed .' 9 

Number of appeals on the merits 941 

Total g^o" 

Total number of applications requiring investiga- 
tion and action 41 153 

Number of patents issued, including designs 21 378 

Number of patents reissued '99 

Number of trade-marks registered 1 133 

Number of labels registered ' ' " '380 

Total 22,990 

Number of patents expired during the year 1SMI57 

Number of patents withheld for non-payment of final fee '. 3'o44 

PATENTS ISSUED. 

Patents issued to citizens of the United States, with the 
ratio of population to each patent granted. 



States and Territories. 



Patents 

and 
designs. 



One to 
every— 



Alabama 

Arizona Territory 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota Territory 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 

Illinois 

Indian Territory 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota •. 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana Territory 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New r Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico Territory . . 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah Territory 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington Territory . . . 

AVest Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

United States Army 

United States Navy 



Total. 



54 
3 

65 
505 
151 
788 

71 

34 
210 

41 

130 

4 

1,595 

3 

556 

438 

311 

245 

112 

151 

253 

1,875 

733 

305 

45 
654 

22 
127 

15 
166 



4,047 

66 

1,477 

59 

2,109 

224 

52 

121 

265 

21 

112 

132 

44 

75 

427 

4 

12 

6 



23,379 

13,480 

12,346 

1,712 

1,286 

790 

1,90.3 

4,312 

845 

6,573 

11,862 

8,152 

1,929 



19,912 



3,558 

3,709 

3,202 

6,729 

8,392 

4,297 

3,695 

950 

2,233 

2,559 

25,146 

3,315 

1,779 

3,562 

4,151 

2,090 

1,144 

13,285 

1,255 

21,208 

2,165 

2,962 

2,030 

1,234 

19,145 

12,746 

6,006 

6,855 

2,966 

11,458 

1,707 

8,246 

3,080 

5,197 



Patents issued to citizens of foreign countries. 

Argentine Republic ■, 

Australia o 

Austria-Hungary [[ ,[ gg 

Belgium o s 

Brazil ■ ■'■''■' '■'■'■'■'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..[ 2 

OcinEl&cl OCM 

Corea , 

Cuba ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 4 

Denmark j, 

England ..'.'...'.'.'..'. >;nn 

Finland 5U V 

France jgo 

Germany " ' 9Q1 

Hawaii '. A 

India ' t 

Ireland Z 

Italy ..:.::;:;:.;: 

Japan 

Luxemburg ' , 

Mexico .......... « 

Netherlands " 3 

Newfoundland 1 

New South Wales '.'.'.'..".."""" 5 

New Zealand 9 

Norway '.'.'" 

Russia 11 

Scotland <« 

South Australia o 

Spain ' " 2 

Sweden ............. 20 

Switzerland e, 

Syria ...'.'.'.'.'. 5 j 

Turkey i 

Victoria ' \ 

West Indies 

Total 1,466 

Comparative statement of the business of the Office 
from 1837 to 1887, inclusive. 



Year. 



1837.. 

1838.. 

1839.. 

1840., 

1841.. 

1842.. 

1843.. 

1844.. 

1845.. 

1846.. 

1847.. 

1848.. 

1849.. 

1850. . 

1851.. 

1852.. 

1853. . 

1854.. 

1855.. 

1856.. 

1857.. 

1858. . 

1859. . 

1860. . 

1861.. 

1862. . 

1863.. 

1864.. 
1865.. 
1866.. 
1867. . 
1868. . 
1869. . 
1870. . 
1871 . . 
1872. . 
1873. . 
1874. . 
1875. . 
1876... 
1877. . . 
1878. . . 
1879. . . 
1880. . . 
1881... 
1882. . . 
1883... 
1884... 
18S5... 
1886... 
1887... 



=3 . 

s a 

£.0 



735 
847 
761 
819 
1,045 
1,246 
1,272 
1,531 
1,628 
1,955 
2,193 
2,258 
2.639 
2,673 
3,328 
4,435 
4,960 
4,771 
5,364 
6,225 
7,653 
4,643 
5,038 
6,014 
6,932 
10,664 
15,269 
21,276 
20,420 
19,271 
19,171 
19,472 
18,246 
20,414 
21,602 
21,638 
21,425 
20,308 
20,260 
20,059 
23,012 
26,059 
31,522 
35,577 
35,600 
35,717 
35,968 
35,013 



c6ce 
O 



a u oj 

^ 2 yj 



228 
312 
391 
315 
380 
452 
448 
553 
607 
595 
602 
760 
996 
901 
868 
906 
1,024 
1,010 
934 
1,097 
1,084 
700 
824 
787 
1,063 
1,937 
2,723 
3,597 
3,705 
3,624 
3,273 
3,366 
3,090 
3,248 
3,181 
3,094 
2,697 
2,809 
2,755 
2,620 
2,490 
2,406 
2,553 
2,741 
2,582 
2,552 
2,513 
2,622 



436 
520 
325 
473 
495 
517 
510 
495 
504 
638 
569 
652 
1,068 
993 
872 
1,019 
961 
1,844 
2,012 
2,506 
2,896 
3,695 
4,504 
4,778 
3,329 
3,532 
4,184 
5,025 
6,610 
9,458 
13,020 
13,410 
13.997 
13,333 
13,056 
13,013 
12,864 
13,599 
14,837 
15,595 
14,187 
13.44-1 
13.213 
13.947 
16,584 
19,267 
22,383 
20.413 
24,233 4 
22,508 1 
21,477 1 



6S 



$29,289 08 
42,123 54 
37,260 00 
38,056 51 
40,413 01 
36,505 68 
35,315 81 
42.509 26 
51,076 14 
50.264 16 
63,111 19 
67,576 69 
80,752 98 
86,927 05 
95,738 61 
112,656 34 
121,527 45 
163,789 84 
216,459 35 
192,588 02 
190,132 01 
203.710 16 
245,942 15 
256,352 59 
137,354 44 
215,754 99 
195,593 29 
240,919 78 
348,791 84 
495,665 38 
046,581 92 
681,565 86 
693,145 81 
669,456 76 
678,716 40 
699,726 39 
703,191 77 
738,278 17 
743,453 30 
757,987 05 
732,342 85 
725,375 55 
703,931 4? 
749,685 32 
853,665 89 
,009,219 45 
146,240 no 
075,798 80 
188,098 15 
154,551 40 
144,509 60 



Xr3 

Q P. 



3 

a 

U 

3 
CO 



$33,506 98 
37,402 10 
34,513 51 
39,020 67 
52,666 87 
31,241 48 
30,776 96 
36,244 73 
39,395 05 
40.158 71 
41,878 35 
58,905 84 
77,710 44 
80,100 95 
86,916 93 
95,916 91 
132,869 83 
167,146 32 
179,540 33 
199,931 02 
211,582 09 
193,193 74 
210,278 41 
252,820 80 
221,491 91 
188,810 39 
189,414 14 
229,868 00 
274,199 34 
361,724 28 
639,263 32 
628,079 77 
486,430 78 
557,149 19 
560,595 us 
Oil.-.. 591 30 
091,178 98 
679,288 41 
7 2 1,657 71 
652,542 Oil 
613,152 62 
593,082 89 
529.938 97 
538,805 17 
605,173 28 
083.807 67 
675,234 80 
970,579 76 
.024,378 &> 
992.503 40 
994.472 22 





$4,721 44 


2,710 49 




5.204 20 


4,538 85 


6,264 53 


11,680 49 


4,105 45 


21,232 84 


8.070 85 


3.030 54 


6,816 10 


8.821 (iS 


16,739 43 


30,919 02 



10,522 42 

35,663 74 

3,531 79 



32.944 60 

0.179 15 

11,051 98 

74,592 50 

133,941 10 

7,318 00 

52,888 09 

206.715 03 

112.307 57 

118,121 38 

34.135 03 

12.012 79 

•""i8,989 70 

21.795 65 

105,445 05 

119.190 23 

132,292 66 

174,292 50 

210,820 IT, 

248,492 01 

325,351 78 

471,005 11 

1115.219 04 

103,710 3H 

162,047 95 

150,037 38 






REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAK ISS7. 



XV 



Statement shoving the number of the first patent , design patent, and reissued patent, and the number of the 
first certificate of registration of a trade-marl- and a label issued in each calendar year since July 28, 1836, 
when the present series of numbers of letters patent commenced, together with the total number of each is- 
sued during the year. 

[The number of patents granted prior to the commencement of this series of n bering (July 28, 1836) was 9,957.] 





Numbe 

issi 

■/. 

a 

| 
P4 


■of first 
ied in ea 

•j. 

bo 
•3 

CD 

A 


patent and certificate 
eh calendar year. 


Number of i 
1km issu 


dienis and cei 
ed during eacl 

2 — '' 

I 5S 
u 


tificates of registra- 
ealendar year. 


Year. 


m 

n 

<*} 

.£2 


SHE 


so 

JO 

a 
►J 


a 

at 


X 

a 
be 
'w 
<u 
A 


■- S =s 0S2 

hS 1-1 b*~ 




1 

110 

546 

1,061 

1,465 

1,923 

2.413 

3,901 

3,395 

3,872 

4,348 

4,914 

5,409 

5,992 

6,981 

7,865 

8,622 

9,512 

IO.&58 

12,11! 

14,008 

16,324 

19,010 

22,477 

20.042 

31,005 

34,045 

37,266 

41,047 

45,68." 

51,784 

60,058 

72.959 

85,503 

98,460 








109 

430 

415 

404 

458 

490 

488 

494 

177 

470 

560 

495 

583 

989 

884 

;:.; 

890 

840 

1,759 

1,891 

2,310 

2,680 

3.407 

4,105 

4,303 

3,040 

3,221 

3,781 

3,638 

6,099 

8,874 

12,201 

12,544 

12,95! 

12,157 

11,61! 

12,200 

11,616 

12,230 

13,291 

14,172 

12,920 

12,345 

12,133 

12,920 

25,548 

18,135 

21,190 

19.147 

23,331 

21,797 

20,429 




1887 

















1S38 


1 

15 
27 
44 
103 
103 
209 
258 
341 
132 

620 

683 

?53 

860 

973 

1,057 

1,183 

1,366 

1,508 

4,703 

1 ,879 

2,018 

2,239 

2,533 

2,858 

3,304 

3,810 

4,547 

5,442 

0,330 

r,083 

7,969 

8,884 

9,686 

10,385 

10,975 

11,56! 

12,082 

12,047 

13,508 

14,528 

15,678 

10,451 

17,040 

17,995 


1 
7 
20 
30 
36 
1!) 

60 

07 

78 

91 

105 

128 

158 

184 

209 

229 

258 

286 

337 

420 

517 

043 

874 

1,106 

1,253 

1 ,596 
l ,844 
2,140 

2, 430 

2,830 

3.250 

3,784 

1,223 

4,087 

5,210 

5,717 

6,200 

0.S31 

7,452 

8,920 

8,529 

9,017 

9,523 

9,994 

10,205 

10.432 

10.54S 

10,677 

10,793 

10,892 







14 

12 

1! 

59 

- 60 

40 

4!) 

S3 

90 

109 

86 

5! 

70 

107 

113 

142 

108 

183 

142 

195 

176 

139 

221 

-".14 

325 

140 

506 

737' 

905 

S^'4 

747 

886 

915 

802 

099 

590 

592 

515 

505 

SOI 

1,020 

1,150 

773 

595 

949 


...... 

13 

10 
6 
13 

11 

11 

13 

14 

23 

30 

26 

25 

20 

29 

28 

51 

S3 

9! 

120 

231 

232 

147 

110 

227 

248 

296 

490 



420 
534 
439 
404 
529 
501 
483 
031 
621 

sos 

509 

4S.s 
506 
471 
271 
107 

no 

129 

116 

99 






1S39 












1840 










1841 . 










1842 















1843 






519 
490 
504 

03s 
569 

052 



993 


:::::::: 


:::::: 




1844 








1845 








1846 








1847 








1848 








1849 












1850 












1851 






872 
1,019 

961 
1 ,8 14 
2,012 
3,506 
2,896 








1852 













1853 












1854 










1855 ... 










1856 ... 












1857 












1858 












1859 






4,504 

L778 






i860. . 










1861 










1862 






3,533 
4,184 
5,025 
6,616 
9,458 
13,026 
13.410 
13,997 
13.333 
13,056 
13.013 
12.S04 
13,. 599 
14,837 
1 1,595 
1 1,18! 
13.444 
13,213 
13.047 
16,584 
19,267 
22,3P3 
20.413 
24.233 
22,508 
21.477 








1803.. 








1804 




1805 













1806 












1867 













1868 

1869 

























1 

122 

008 

1,099 

1,591 

2,150 

3,288 

1.247 

.-..403 

6,918 

7,790 

8,139 

8,973 

9,920 

10,822 

11,843 

12.910 

13.939 

15,072 


... . 

1 

233 

105 

937 

1 ,329 

1,821 

2,170 

2,379 

2,581 

2,885 

3,791 

4,304 

4,695 

5,073 

5,453 


121 

486 




121 


1871 . 


110,617 

122,304 

146,120 
158,350 

171.041 
185,813 
198,733 
211.078 
223,211 
230.137 
251. OS.", 
269,820 
291,010 
310,163 
333,494 
355,291 
a 1 ?* ran 


486 


1872. 


491 

492 

559 232 
1,138 232 

959 472 
1,216 392 


491 


1874 

1875 

1876 


492 

791 

1,370 

1,431 


1877 


1,608 


1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

18S3 

1«84 

1885 

1H86 

1887 


1 , 155 

672 

349 

836 

(147 

902 

1,021 

1,067 

1,029 

1,133 


492 1,947 
355 1,227 
203 552 
202 1,038 
304 1,251 
906 1,308 
513 1,534 
391 1,458 
378 1.407 
380 1.513 















Herewith accompanying this report re lists or in- 
dexes, arranged in monthly, quarterly, and yearly 
form, of all patents granted during the calendar year 
of 1887. properly classified under subjects of inven- 
tion; alphabetical lists of all patentees, with their 



places of residence, and a list containing all patents 
extended during the year. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant. 

(Signed) BENTON J. HALL, 

Commissioner. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



OF 



PATENTEES EOR THE YEAR 1887. 



[Patentees of Designs. Trade Marks, and Labels, and parties who hare filed Disclaimers follow this in separate indexes, but precede 

the Alphabetical List of Inventions.] 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Aab, George, and S. K. Campbell, Philadelphia, Pa. Extracting paraffine or other bodies 

from petroleum 360,902 ! Sept. 13 

Abbe, Charles C, New York, N. Y. Seal-press _ 366,193 July 5 

Abbe, Richard W. F., New York, N. Y. Recording-compass and marine indicator 363,039 May 17 

Abbett, Leon. (See White, Lewis B., assignor.) , 

Abbot, Isaac A., Denver, Colo. Scissors-sharpener 

Abbott, Arthur H. (See Newell, George H., assignor.) 

Abbott, David S., Olean, N. Y. Feeding device for circular sawing machines 

Abbott. Frank, New York, N. Y., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Dental plugger - 

Abbott, George L., Corning, N. Y. Globe for electric lamps 

Abbott, John, Blackheath. county of Kent, England. Machine for bending rails. &c 

Abbott, John M., Silver Plume, Colo. School-desk -. 

Abbott, Johnathan P. (See Trissler, "William H., assignor.) 
Abbott, Lycurgus L. (See Lane and Acheson, assignors.) 

Abbott, Nathaniel B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for wiring corks in bottles 

Abbott, Noel, assignor of one-half to P. R. Scan-, Kansas City, Mo. Grip apparatus for 
cable railways - 

Abbott, Paschal J., Dexter, assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and W. M. Jordan, 
Portland, Me. Lifting-jack 

Abbott, Solon, Biddeford, Me. Damper-handle 

Abbott, Warren M., Philadelphia, Pa. Yapor-b»rner 

Abbott, "William W., New Haven. Conn. Sash-fastener 

Abdank-Abakanowicz, Bruno. (See Deprez and Abdank-Abakanowicz.) 



Abell, John J., and C. B. Gifford, Colesburg, Ky. Primary electric clock 

Abendroth Brothers. (See Foran, John, assignor.) 

Abendroth, "William P., Port Chester, N. Y. Cooking attachment for ranges 

Abercrombie, Alexander V. (See Brooks, Abercrombie, and Houghton.) 

Aberle, Oscar. (See Davis and Aberle.) 

Abney, Diton H., Pilot Grove, Mo. Device for setting ruby-pins in watches 

Aborn, Johan "W., and J. Landin, Stockholm, Sweden. Tanning by electricity 

Abraham, Albert. (See Lubin, Frawley, and Abraham.) 

Ablaham, John D., et al. (See Malcolm, Robert J., assignor.) 

Abrahamson, Peter, San Francisco, Cal. "Window or door ventilator 

Abrams, Annie. (See Samuels, Marks, assignor.) 

Abrams, George H., assignor of one-fourth to L. Y. C. Naul, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shirt 

Abrams, William R., Ellensburg, Wash. Ter. Sash-fastener 

Abrams, William R., Ellensburg, Wash. Ter. Sash-fastener 

Abramson, Alfred C, assignor to Excelsior Furniture Company, Rockford, 111. Lounge 
Acheson, Charles S. (See Lane and Acheson.) 

Acheson, Edward G., Pittsburg, Pa. Thermo-electric generator 

Acheson, Edward G., Pittsburg, Pa. Thermo-electric generator 

Acheson, Edward G., Pittsburg, Pa. Calelectric generator 

Achor, Servetus T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Adjustable partition for boxes 

Ackerman, John, and J. C. Blair, Columbus, Ohio; said Blair assignor to said Ackerman. 

Saw-mill dog 

Ackermann, Christian W., Streator, HI. Chimney-cowl 

Ackley, Joseph H. Louisville, Ky. Spring-mattress 

Acly, Charles H. (See Weller arid Acly.) 

Acme Dust Collector and Wheat Cleaning Company. (See Smith, John S., assignor.) 

A cme Liquid Fuel Company. (See Roberts, James, assignor.) 

Acme Manufacturing Companv. (See Shamp, George W., assignor.) 

Actiengesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation et al. (See Bender and Schultz, assignors.) 

Actiengesellschaft fur Anilin Fabrikation. (See Bottiger, Paul, assignor.) 

Adair, Addison A., et al. (See Byrkit, Edwin M., assignor.) 

Adair, Irvine J., assignor of one-third to E. J. Gannon, Dallas, Tex. Book-adjuster 

Adair, Irvine J., assignor of one-half to E. J. Gannon. Dallas, Tex. Copy-holder 

Adair, William, Leesville, Ohio. Nut-lock. 

Adam, Frederick E., Baltimore, Md. Hot-air furnace 




1100 304 38 

320 9-2 40 

1860 494 40 

419 105 ' 41 

1 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Adam 



sSgSS C m °£!!^^!^ M !! g,10r of one-half to J. Adam, Montreal, Canada. 




Adam, Joseph. (See Adam, Guillaume, assignor ) 

Adam, Samuel F., Middletown, Conn. Watch for the blind 

Adam, William C., Buffalo, N.Y. Combined latch and lock "" ""." 

Adam, William J., Joliet, 111. Stay for wire fences " 

Adamant a Manufacturing Company. (See Kissel, Albert, 'assignor')" 

Adams, Andrew H. assignor of one-half to L. B. Hubbard, Clio? S. C. Sash-fastener 
Adams, Arthur F Little Rock, Ark. Call-register for telephones. . . lastener 

Adarus, Caleb C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Night-clock 

Adams, Charles A., Syracuse, N. T. Vehicle-spring 

Adams, Charles F, Riga, N. Y. Twine holder and cutter for grain-binders 

Adams, Charles H, New York, N. Y. Blinder attachment for bridles 

Adams, Charles M., Providence, R. I. Mechanical pin-case 

Adams, David J". (See Eastman and Adams.) 

Adams, Dewey F., Providence, P. I. " 

Adams, Edward S. 

Adams, Elmon A assignor of one-half to F. W.Evans, Washington, D. C. Dry-wall brick 

Ad *,T' Il ederlck T - Berb ^ count y of Der by, England. Eotlry pump mStS, blower or 



368.2G8 



3G0,G41 
359.760 
373,917 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Aug. 1G 1359 



Back and front of articles of iewelry 
(bee Schroder and Adams.) 



eSster ... . ..['. _ ??.??„ S ° f Derby ' En § la nd. Rotary pump, motor, blower, or 

Adams, George, Ansonia, Conn. Revolving and tilting mold for "c'asti'na tubes 

Adams, George B., assignor to Adams Manufacturing Company, Newark N. * J." Cuff- 

button . .. 



Adams, George B. Newark, N. J., assignor to Eagle Pencil' Company," New Yo'rk'N Y 

Rubber-tip attachment for pencils or other articles '' 



A -Thoe^ eOI ' Se " D '' Newbur yP° rt - and W - L - Barrel!, Lawrence; Mass'.' "insole for boots 



Adams, George E., Providence, R. I. Cuff-holder 

Adams, George E., Providence, R. I. Button or stud 

Adams, George F. (See Spalding and Adams.) 

and hans 0rS6 G '' LiWrence ' Masa - Device for raisin g an d lowering floors of theaters 

Adams, George H, Lewis, Iowa. Rack.. 

Adams, George J". (See Goodhue, Wells, assignor.) 

Adams, George N, Olean, N. Y. Vehicle- wheel lock .... 
Adams, Hawley, New York, N. Y. Smoke-consuming furnace 

A( ams Hp.nr\7 ~Rr»ol— frills r'^v.n -GV..*~l.: -*_x 5._ _.,. 



Adams, Henry, Rockville, Conn. Finishing mixture for cotton yarn 
w^7wnd > chair aSSign0r to J - N - Brad y a ndR. 0. Blackall, Albany," N.Y."' Metallic rail"- 



ffl^!'w ra J! 1 5' + ? 0ston ' 1 ¥ as T s - ^ ho « •«? and" ap'paratu's'for ventilating railway-'. 
Adams, Hugh, Pattersonville, La. Ditching-plow J 

Adams, Isaac W. , West Le Roy, Mich. Straw-elevator 

Adams, James A., Atlanta, Ga. Machine for making excelsior 
Adams, James A., Atlanta, Ga, Cut-off for water-supply pipes 

Adams, James W., Chicago, 111. Bolt-threading machine '" 

Adams, John. (See Stockham and Adams.) 



Adams, John, assignor of one-half to J. J. and W. H. Glazier and G. R. Repplier Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Circular-knitting machine .. .. 

Adams, John, assignor of one-half to J. J. and W. H. Glazier and G. R, Repplier Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Circular-knitting machine lp ' 



Adams, John F., New York, N. Y. Show-card 

Adams, John G. B. (SeeBuffum, HerbertH, assignor.) 

Adams, John Q., Marseilles, 111. Pump-head 

Adams, John Q., Marseilles, 111. Windmill 

"^weT'^s K '' Houston ' and JJ - E * an ' San Antonio,' Tex." Air-compressor for "deep- 
Adams, John T., e't al. (See siaton, "ciifton H," assignor ") 

Adams, John T.. Bellaire. Ohio. Batch for making glass 

Adams, Joseph D., Marshall, Ind., and F. M. Pennock, Kennett Square! Pa" 

Adams Manufacturing Company. (See Adams, George B., assignor.) 

Adams, Mary L. W., Nashotah, Wis. Griddle-greaser 

Adams, Matthew R, (See Adams, Robert and M. R ) 

Adams, Oliver, Larcbmont, N. Y. Steering-gear for ships, <fcc. 

Adams, Peter. (See Shepard and Adams.) 

Adams, Robert and M. R., Sterling, 111. Cultivator 

Adams, Robert B., Hatchechubbee, Ala, Tether 

Adams, Robert J», Republic, Kans. Graining compound 

Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa, Tube-welding baTl - 



362,866 
372,247 
362,140 
3G0.839 
362,696 
368,365 
366,059 

358,242 

372,007 

374.331 
368, 74G 

3G0.368 

368,440 

371,657 
357,167 
373,041 

366,290 
356,520 

365,559 

364,745 
365,957 

361,199 
359,761 
359,196 
374,723 
359,657 
374.162 
357,300 



Apr. 5 
Mar. 22 
Nov. 29 

May 10 
Oct. 25 
May 3 
Apr. 12 
May 10 
Aug. 16 
July 5 

Feb. 22 

Oct, 25 

Dec. 6 

Aug. 23 

Mar. 29 

Aug. 16 

Oct. 18 
Feb. 8 
Nov. 15 



July 12 
Jan. 25 

June 28 
June 14 
July 5 

Apr. 12 
Mar. 22 
Mar. 
Dec. 13 
Mar. 22 
Dec. 6 
Feb. 



354 
1982 
2462 

1130 
2190 
120 
629 
896 
1486 
424 

2172 

1819 

229 
2033 

2941 



358 



501 
661 I 

304 
5G2 
36 
167 
244 
396 
115 

573 

471 

61 

538 

747 



Official 
Gazette. 



40 

39 
38 

41 

39 
41 
39 
39 
39 
40 
40 

38 I 

41 



o. 



67 

1298 

967 

690- 
451 
496 
125 
648 
751 
60 

848 

383 



1596 


426 


1298 


336 


635 


165 


1153 


309 


737 


200 


1751 


456 


1992 


519 


759 


201 


288 






» 


1173 


29G 


1984 


502 


1108 


289 


791 


208 


1820 


463 


1 


1 


812 


211 
f 131 



41 , 1089 
40 j 864 

38 1480 

40 : 772 

41 i 272 
38 547 
41 701 



40 
38 



147 
357 



39 1491 
39 1239 



40 



55 



Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa, 
Adams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg, Pa, 
A dams, S. Jarvis, Pittsburg. Pa. 



Tube-welding ball 

Tube-welding ball 

Tube-weldiug ball "'_ 

Tube-welding ball ........ 

Sand-molding machine 

. Sand-molding machine 

Adams, Thomas. (See Snyder and Hufty, assignors.) 

A flSSJ Tv 110 !" 3 ? E - Cleveland, Ohio. Insulating-clamp for electric conductors . . . 
^Z^^^^olP^IrnL^^ t0 SCOViU "during Company, New 
Adnms * w«fl?£! ^ anufact " ri PK Company. (See Hubbard," Frederick J.; "assignor.")' " " 
sig™or ) Westlake Manufacturing Company of Michigan. (See Bielefeld] Frank G., as- 

Adams <fc Westlake Manufacturing Company of Michigan 
assignors.) . a 

Adams & Westlake Manufacturing Company of Michigan 
signors.) ° ' 

Adams, William, Ansonia, Conn. Mold for casting brass 

^L^tfe^ 




(See Kelly and Zimmerman 
(See Willits and Dnburn 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Adams, "William F., Buffalo, X. Y. Whiffletree-eoupling 

Adams, William R., Omaha. Nebr. Curry-comb 

Adcock, Edmund, et al. (See Hill, Christian C, assignor.) 

Addaman, Edward M., Jersey City, X. J. Folding table for paper-hangers 

Addax Basting Machine Company. (See Warren, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Addicts, William H., assignor of one-half to J. B. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. Velocipede. . 

Addis, Ilenry C, Council Bluffs. Iowa. Windmill-tower 

Addison, John and W., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Clothes-mangle 

Addison, William. (See Addison, John and W.) 

Addoms, PhebeR,, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ventilator 

Addy, Charles J., Malden.'Mass., assignor to Tapley Machine Company, Portland, Me. 
Bnrnishing-machine - 

Addy, Charles J., Maiden, assignor to Tapley Machine Company, Portland, Me. Boot or 
shoe holding jack - 

Adelson, Philip, and L. Proll, San Francisco, Cal. Reversible window-sash 

Adelspcrger, Charles C, assignor of two-thirds to S. J. Kuqua and F. Rightmyer, Spring- 
field, Ohio. Shitting seat for vehicles 

Aderson, C. G-ustaf, Hartford. Conn. Incandescent electric lamp 

Adler, Abraham S., Baltimore, Md. Shoe-maker's measure 

Adler, Christian. (See Eiubigler, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Adler, Max, assignor to Mayer, Strouse & Co., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Adler, Max, assignor to Mayer, Strouse & Co., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Adler, Solomon, San Francisco, Cal. Conductor's time or transfer punch 

Adriance, Benjamin, Brooklyn, assignor to W. C. Van Vleit, New York, N\ Y. Wiring 
corks in bottles - 

Adt, John, New Haven, Conn. Machine for making wire box and cover fasteners 

Adt, John, New Haven, Conn. Machine for automatically forming rings from -wire 

Adt, John, New Haven, Conn. Machine for finishing cotter-pins 

Adt, Leo F., Waterbury, Conn. Vignette attachment for photographic frames 

Adt, Leo F., Waterbury, Conn. Paper-clip 

Adt, Leo F., Waterbury, Conn. Rubbing-down device for mounting photographs 

Adt, Leo F., Waterbury, Conn. Photographic-printing frame 

Ad wen. Joseph H., Rochester, N. Y. Strainer 

Ad v, Nathaniel J., and J. W. Haith, Rockport, Mo. Cultivator hearn and point 

Affleck, John A. (See Freed and Affleck.) 
Agnew, Robert M. (See Linham and Agne'w.) 

Ahlberg, Peter, Detroit, Mich. Smoke-consuming furnace 

Ahlstrom, Charles A., Jamestown, N. Y. Stringed musical instrument 

Ahlstrom, Gustave H. (See Pritchard and Ahlstrom.) 

Ahrbecker, Henry C., Stamford Street, county of Surrey, England. Piston water-meter. . . 

Aiken, Henry. (See Park, Aiken, and Lash.) 

Aiken, Henry, Homestead, Pa. Cooling metal plates 

Aiken, William A. (See Tracy, Edwin A., assignor.) 

Aiken, William A'., Norwich, Conn. Display-frame 

Aiken, William A., and C. W. Huntington, Norwich, Conn.; said Huntington assignor to 

said Aiken. Display-frame - 

Aikin, John T., Purdy, Mo. Knockdown crate - 

Ainsworth, Henry A., assignor to Williams, White & Co., Moline, 111. Drop-hammer 

Ainsworth, Phineas H., Caney, Tex. Wire-stretcher 

Ajax Forge Company. (See Griffin, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Akarman, John N, Worcester, Mass. Reversible sign 

Akers, George D. (See Sargeant, Alexander, Jr., assignor.) 

Akers, John M. (See Heston and Akers.) 

Akron Locating Machine Company. (See Keavy, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Hastskyddare. (See Siden, Joban T. B., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Palmcrantz & Co. (See Jansson, John, assignor.) 

Albach, William H. (See Barr, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Albany Hardware Manufacturing Company. (See Dickson, Gilbert J., assignor.) 

Albee, George, Susquehanna, Pa. Extension-ladder 

Albee, Henry L., Boston, Mass. Folding bedstead 

Albee, William H., and W. H. Pettys, New York, N. Y. Hose-coupling 

Albert, Henry, Crescent City, Cal. Elevator 

Albert, Hugh M., Dayton, Ohio. Paper box or basket 

Albertson, Benjamin. (See Briggs, Edwin F., assignor.) 

Albertson, Joseph. San Francisco, Cal. Corn and cane cutter 

Albertson, Silas W., Roslyn, N. Y. Automatic wagon-brake 

Albertson, Silas W., Roslyn, N. Y. Brake for vehicles 

Albes, Theodore. (See Trecy, Laurence J., assignor.) 
Albrecht, Albert. (See Steele, Joseph, assignor.) 

Albrecht, Henry, Moline. 111. Grain-meter 

Albrecht, Henry R., Moline, 111. Grain-meter 



No. 



370.590 
375,114 

375,523 



357,138 

364,077 
369,675 



362,051 

356,911 

362.347 
355,905 

367,884 
365,499 
363,221 

357.356 
371,725 
362,240 

364,202 
356,298 

359,416 

374,136 

357,886 
358,243 
364,882 
366,060 
365,560 
355,906 

367,018 
356,971 

363,973 

369,154 

374,724 

368,367 
368,801 
363,351 
358,138 

360,503 



Date. 



Sept. 27 
Dec. 20 

Dec. 27 



Feb. 1 

Mav 31 
Sept. 13 

May 3 

Feb. 1 

Mav 3 
Jan. 11 

Aug. 9 
June 28 
June 21 



Monthly 
volume. 



1863 
1380 

1918 

586 

2854 
507 

2 

235 

3?3 

871 

797 
1888 
1470 



Feb. 8 880 
Oct. 18 ' 1410 
May 3 247 



June 7 
Jan. 18 



1 
1433 



Mar. 15 i 1434 



Nov. 29 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 22 
June 14 
July 5 
June 28 
Jan. 11 



July 26 
Feb. 1 



2775 

1667 

2173 

979 

425 

1993 

872 



1725 
318 



May 31 2722 



364,461 

358,101 

362,697 
360,504 
355,496 

366.291 
373.548 
374,230 



Aug. 30 

Dec. 13 

Aug. 16 
Aug. 23 
May 24 
Feb. 22 

Apr. 5 



June 7 
Feb. 22 



2603 

793 

1489 
2108 
1809 
2032 

153 



366 
1967 



May 10 899 
Apr. 5 154 
Jan. 4 ! 262 

Julv 12 i 738 
Nov. 22 | 1938 
Dec. 6 ; 85 



363,499 May 
367,775 I Aug. 



24 



Albrecht, Johannes, Cannstadt, Wiirtemberg, Germany. Machineforsewingbootsorshoes., 375,244 Dec. 20 
Albrecht, John C, Columbus, Ga. Spark-arrester 357,357 Feb. 8 



Albright, Andrew. (See Ghegan, John J., assignor.) 

Albright, John W., assignor ot one-half to J. L. Scholl, Burlington, Iowa. Sweat-pad fast- 
ener 

Albright, Joseph J., Fostoiia, Ohio. Sliding gate 

Albright, Samuel, assignor to W. Albright, "Nevada, Mo. 
Albright, William. (Sfe Albright, Samuel, assignor.) 
Albright, William L., Chattanooga, Tenn. Car-coupling 

Albro, James W., Hartford, Conn. Shelf-bracket 



Earth-auger . 



362.348 May 3 
374.647 Dec. 13 
357,544 Feb. 8 

356,972 [ Feb. 1 
358,766 '■ Mar. 1 



Alcott Buckle Company. (See Alcott. Edward H., assignor.) 

Alcott, Edward H., Chicago, 111. Shoe-lace fastener 

Alcott, Edward H., assignor to Alcott Buckle Company, Chicago, 111. 

Alden, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable gear 

Alden, De WittC., Bath, N. Y. Handcuff 

Alden, Horace A., and J. E. Kirk, Peoria, 111. Horse hay-rake 

Alden, Rinaldo, Chicago, 111. Organ-stop knob 



Shoe-buckle . - 



369,151 
369,152 
369,221 
372.836 
355,674 
3C9.310 



Aug. 30 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 30 
Nov. 8 
Jan. 11 
Sept. 6 



2027 
644 

1549 
881 



495 

358 

503 

150 
151 
740 
141 

1 

65 

106 

228 

215 

492 

388 

231 

365 

70 

1.2 

377 

;3G6 

| 3li7 

'746 

573 

257 

434 

116 

519 

228 



465 
86 

705 

691 

208 

396 
558 
475 
534 

38 



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C519 
}520 

244 

38, 39 

69 

200 

513 

21 



528 
173 
(406 
1 407 
(231 
\ 232 



384 

686 

1161 

320 
503 

2599 

2600 

2687 

842 

519 

1 






106 
181 
304 

87 
(123 
\ 124 



690 
691 
713 
224 
137 
1 



40 
41 



39 
40 

39 

38 

39 

38 

40 
39 
39 

38 
41 
39 

39 

38 



41 
38 
38 
39 
40 
39 
38 



40 
33 

39 

40 

41 

40 
40 
39 
38 

39 



1405 
1329 



41 1444 



38 529 



1042 
1141 

473 

465 

549 

177 

611 
1469 
1379 

593 
295 
521 

1089 
290 



' 38 1182 



1028 
750 
848 

1278 
81 

1491 
177 



351 
482 

1016 

B84 
1210 

752 

877 
837 
821 

29 



39 


1157 


38 


810 


39 
39 
38 


648 
29 
53 


40 
41 
41 


147 

858 
1063 


39 
40 


880 

581 


41 


1363 


38 


594- 


39 

41 
38 


549 

1189 

647 


33 


482 


38 


997 


40 
40 
40 
41 
38 
40 


983 
983 

1000 
635 
111 

1035 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Alden, Rinaldo, Chicago, HI. Organ-stop knob 

Alden Type Machine Company. (See Johnson, Louis K., assignor.) 
Alden Type Machine Company. (See Johnson and Low, assignors.) 
Alden Type Machine Company. (See Low, A. Augustus, assignor.) 
Alden, William B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Making tubes 

Alden, William B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for making spirally-jointed metal tubes 

Alderman, Elbert E., Portville. ST. Y. Advertising device 

Alderman, Frank R., Detroit, Mich. File-case .... 

Alderson. George. La Salle, 111. Bag-tie 

Aldred, Frederick. (See Aldred, Robert and F.) 

Aldred , Robert a nil F, Glencoe, Ontario, Canada. Harvester-binder 

Aldrich, Frank, Washington, D. C. Kitchen-bracket 



Aldrich , George W. , assignor to himself and W. Green, Brooklyn, N. Y. Faucet 

Aldrich, James T., Norwich, Conn. Machine for punching checks 

Aldrich, Roscoe H., assignor to Goulds Manufacturing Company, Seneca Falls N. Y. 
Pump 



Alexander, Cornelius C, Hartford City, Ind. Tool for twisting wires 

Alexander, David R., et al' (See Place, JohnH., assignor.) 
Alexander, Henry D. (See Phillips and Alexander. ) 

Alexander, Henry D., assignor of one-half to E. S. Eckis, Canton, Ohio. Fork 

Alexander, James G., Hia, Mo., assignor of one-half to W. E. Bracewell, Lineville, Iowa. 

Horse hay-rake 

Alexander, James H., Syracuse, assignor to E. M. Chafee, Onondaga Valley, N. Y. Mallet 

Alexander, John, Hartford, Conn. Harness-terret ! 

Alexander, John F., Washington, D. C. Making malleable iron and steel directly from 

cast-iron 



Alexander, John T., Letart Falls, Ohio. Wire-stretcher 

Alexander, Jonah S. (See Crist, John, assignor.) 

Alexander, Solomon A., York, Pa. Car-coupling 

Alexander, Thomas S., Meriden, Conn. Harness-loop 

Alexander, Thomas S., assignor of one-half to S. A. Hall, Meriden, Conn, 
therefor 



Hame and ring 



Alexander, Tony, Bogue. Chitto, Miss. Locomotive attachment 

Alexander, Tony, Bogue Chitto, Miss. Game-trap 

Alexander, Tony, Bogue Chitto, Miss. Animal-trap ! " ' " 

Alexander, William S., West Troy, N. Y. Apparatus for dyeing wool-tops 

Alexis-Godillot, Georges. Paris, France. Mechanical feeder for furnaces 

Alford, JohnM., Floral College, 1ST. C. Portable railway-switch 

Algeo, William G., assignor to Hartman Steel Company, (limited, ) Beaver Falls. Pa. Wire 
nail and die for pointing the same 

Algie, Benjamin C, Ogdensburg, N, Y. Store-service apparatus !"""" 

Algoever, Augustus, New York, N. Y. Clarifying cider and other expressed juices 

Alkins, Charles, assignor to H. Alkins, Chicago, 111. Rail-brace 

Alkins, Henrietta. (See Alkins, Charles, assignor.) 

Allan, James. Buffalo, N. Y. Spring-bed 

Allan, John M., Lakewood, N. J. Medicated cigar or cigarette 

Allan, John M., Lakewood, assignor of two-thirds to B. F. Lee, Trenton, and A. J. Sear- 
ing, Monmouth, N. J. Automatic railway-crossing signal 

Allan, John M., Lakewood, assignor of two-thirds to B. F. Lee, Trenton, and A. J. Sear- 
ing, Monmouth, N. J. Device for automatically operating railway-signals 

Allan, William R., Pittston, Pa. Step-ladder . . . '. 

Allan, William R., assignor to himself and W. L. Watson, Pittston. Pa. Weather-strip . . 

Allderdice, Winslow, assignor to Warren Tube Company, Warren, Ohio. Preparing tubes 
for drawing 

A llegretti, Ignazio, West Berkeley, Cal. Refrigerator '.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.".'.'."'.'.. 

Allegretti, Ignazio, West Berkeley, Cal. Ventilator for buildings 

Allen, Albert H. (See O'Connor, Jeremiah J. and J. A., assignors.) 

Allen, Alton A., Fall River, Mass. Harness-pad 

Allen, AlvinD., Syracuse, N. Y. Handle for coffins, &c 

Allen, Augustus L., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas 

Allen, Benjamin E., Norwalk, Conn. Device for laying off base-ball grounds and tennis- 
courts 



Allen, C. H., et al. (See Ober, Oliver, assignor.) 

Allen, Carlos L., et al. (See Gregory, James, assignor.) 

Allen, Charles. (See Sibley and Allen.) 

Allen, Charles F., Bradford, Pa. Strap-buckle 

Allen, Charles H. (See Cameron and Allen.) 

Allen, Charles J. (See Koch, Eberhard, assignor.) 

Allen, Charles P.. Denver, Colo. Wooden pipe 

Allen, Clarence E., and I. D. Hatch, Swanton, Vt.; said Hatch assignor to said Allen. Ad- 
justable chair 

Allen, Clinton L. (See Morrison and Allen.) 

Allen, Cotton H., St. Louis, Mo. Clip for rope traces .' 

Allen, Eben S. (See Hofele, Ferdinand W., assignor.) 

Allen, Edgar, and D. S. Henrie, Three Rivers, Mich. Drilling-machine 

Allen, Edward B., Portland, Me., assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Cambridge, Mass. 
Machine for assorting nails 



Allen, Edward B., Portland, Me., assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Cambridge, Mass. 
Burnishing-machine 



Allen, Edward C. (See Bates, Solomon W., assignor.; 

Allen, Elnathan W., Belle Plaine, Kans. Sash-fastener 

Allen, Eugene E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Instrument for transfusion of blood 

Allen, Frank H., New River, La. Inkstand 

Allen, Frank H., Norwich, assignor to A. Kingsbury, South Coventry, Conn. Machine! 

for cutting and scoring paper-box blanks .' < 

Allen, George A., Madison, N. J. Cistern 

Allen, George H., et al. (See Tonns, Lewis N., assignor.) 

Allen, George 0., Montville, Conn. Wire-stretching implement 

Allen. Isaac L.. assignor to himself and T. B. Allen, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bobbin-catch for 

spinning-machines 



No. 



372,649 



367 : 

375, 

367. 
361, 
36-2, 



494 

435 

946 
852 
349 



365,561 

373,002 
374,725 
367,691 

374,332 
358,715 

368,503 

358,102 
356,299 
373,631 

368,504 
363,191 

369,382 
356,912 

371,726 
368,366 
371,727 
371,728 
375,591 
363,953 
370,754 

371,162 
356.341 
358,320 
365,222 

363,878 
372,782 

368,368 

368,369 
369,491 
361,915 

359,703 
370,591 
370,592 

356,435 
356,184 
356,863 

370,593 



362,595 

359,590 

365,720 

368,867 

357,807 

374,387 

374,885 

361,109 
365,327 
358,244 

358,955 

367.576 

364,564 

373.201 



Date. 



Nov. 8 



Aug. 2 

Dec. 27 

Aug. 9 
Apr. 26 
May 3 

June 28 

Nov. 8 
Dec. 13 
Aug. 2 

Dec. 6 
Mar. 1 

Aug. 16 

Feb. 22 
Jan. 18 
Nov. 22 

Aug. 16 
May 17 

Sept. 6 
Feb. 1 

Oct. 18 

Aug. 16 

Oct. 18 

Oct. *8 

Dec. 27 

May 31 

Oct. 4 

Oct. 11 
Jan. 18 
Feb. 22 
June 21 

May 31 
Nov. 8 

Aug. 16 

Aug. 16 
Sept. 6 
Apr. 26 

Mar. 22 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 

Jan. 25 
Jan. 18 
Feb. 1 

Sept. 27 



May 10 

Mar. 22 

June 28 

Aug. 23 

Feb. 15 

Dec. 6 

Dec. 13 

Apr. 12 
June 21 
Feb. 22 

Mar. 8 

Aug. 2 

June 7 

Nov. 15 



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1969 
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1695 
1597 

102 
237 

1411 
1487 
1412 
1413 
2022 
2693 
1 

615 
1501 

2277 
1472- 

2570 
750 

1490 

1491 

240 

2192 

1889 
1864 
1865 

1635 

1273 

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744 

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419 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Hay 



Allen, James A. (S( e Murphy, John, assignor.) 

Allen, John "W., Lenoir, N. C. Plow 

Allen, Joseph 51., Hampton, Fla. Rotary pump 

Allen, Judson, assignor of one-half to R. Elliott and F. W. AVyman, Hannibal, Mo. 
rake and gatherer - 

Allen, Levi D., assignor of one-half to H. Woods, Grayling, Mich. Car-axle 

Allen, Maria E., Brooklyn, N. T. Diaper - 

Allen, Oscar, Mount Morris, N. Y. Spoke-throating machine - 

Allen, Perry, Flint, Mich. Automatic grain weighing, bagging, and registering appara- 
tus 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Allen, Perry, Flint, Mich. Machino for constructing fences 

Allen, Samuel, et al. (See Bacon, Alfred, assignor.) 

Allen, Samuel L., Cinnaminson, N. J. Sled 

Allen, Sidney A., Auburn, Me. "Wax-heater and thread-waxer for sewing-machines 

Allen Spool and Printing Company. (See Morrison, J. Henry, assignor.) 

Allen Spool and Printing Company. (See Morrison and Allen, assignors.) 

Allen, Stephen M., Duxbury, Mass. Composition of matter resembling rubber 

Allen, Stephen M., "Wendell. Mass. Recovering and utilizing waste rubber 

Allen] Sydney E., "Winston, N. C. Seal-lock 

Allen, Theodore B. (See Allen, Isaac L., assignor.) 

Allen, TJ. Cornell, and N. S. Potter, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Apparatus for separating vegeta- 
ble from animal fiber - -,- ■ - v v,"-" " •" " "."• ' 'Av • &'" 

Allen, Valentine R., assignor to Cincinnati Suspender Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, bus- 
penders. 



357,443 
360,841 

372,783 
363,789 
355,368 
368,868 

367,577 
375,116 



Feb. 
Apr. 

Nov. 
May 
Jan. 
Aug. 23 

Aug. 2 
Dec. 20 



368,802 Aug. 23 
370,440 Sept. 27 



Allen, William A., Colfax, Tex. Stalk-knocker 

Allen, "William B., Trenton, N. J. Thill-coupling 

Allen, "William H., Jr. (See Balcom and Allen.) 

Allen, "William H, Detroit, Mich. Extraction apparatus 

Allen, William W., East Pepperell, Mass. Door attachment 

Allen, William W., East Pepperell, Mass. Combination-tool 

Allender, Henry, Detroit, Mich. Mechanism for driving gas-machines . 

Allender, Henry, Detroit, Mich. Machine-gun 

Alley, Cassius, Metamora, Ind. Spring-gun 

Alley, John B., South Norwalk, Conn. Hat-maker's apron 

Alley, John H., et al. (See "Waite, Charles N., assignor.) 
Alley, John J. (See Letts, Charles E., assignor.) 



Allfree, James B., Cumherland, Md. Bran-duster 

Allfree, James B., assignor of one-half to R. Shriver and H. Swartzwelder, Cumberland,! 

Md. Flour-packing machine * 

Allfree, James B., assignor of one-half to R. Shriver and H. Swartzwelder, Cumberland, 

Md. G-rinding-roll 

Allingham, James, Mitchell, Dak. Ter. Combined stove-pipe shelf and draft-regulator 

Arlington, David K., East Saginaw, Mich. Band-saw wheel 

Allin'gton, Edward D. , Freeport, 111. Banjo 

Allis & Co., Edward P. (See Birkholz, Hans, assignor.) 

Allis & Co., Edward P. (See Hinkley, George M., assignor.) 

Allis, Edward P. (See Birkholz, Hans, assignor.) 

Allis, Edward P. (See Hinkley, George M., assignor.) 

Allison, Frank. (See Sweet and Allison.) 

Allison, James J. (See TJlrich, Frederich "W., assignor.) 

Allison, M. Herbert, Xenia, Ohio. Auditory transmitter for telephones 

Allison, "William P., Kennebunk, Me. Alarm attachment for door-knobs 

Airman, Eugene H, Mobile, Ala. Machine for sawing shingle-bolts 

Allman, Eugene H., Mobile, Ala. Log-dog -- 

Allmuth, Alois, Stuttgart, Wiirtemberg, Germany. Pedal reed -organ attachment for 



pianos . 



Fire-grate . 



Seeding 



Allport, Douglas, London, county of Middlesex, England. "Window-fastener 

Allyn, Dan. L., assignor of one-half to C. Frank, Bloomington, 111. Combined carpet and 

weather strip 

Allyn, George S., et al. (See Merrill. John T., assignor.) 

Allyn, John H., "Whitesborough, N. Y. Grate f»r ovens 

Allyn, John H., and H. P. Evans, Whitesborough, N. T. 
Allyn, Richard J. (See Stearns, George F., assignor.) 
Almqvist, August W. (See Herzberg and Almqvist.) 

Aloe, Albert S., St. Louis, Mo. Safety-razor 

Aloe, Sidney A., St. Louis, Mo. Safety -razor 

Alplanalb, Anna, Chicago, 111. Bustle 

Alshouse, Henry W., Custer, Ind. Harrow 

Alston, Kemp P., Jr., Lexington, K!y., and J. M. Basket, Leota Landing, Miss. 

machine 

Alston, William F., Walker County, Tex. Fire-arm - 

Alstadt, Abram, Danbury, Conn., assignor to J. J. Asch, New York, N. Y. Fur or skin 

drying oven 

Alsup, Lycurgus, Barttahatchie, Miss. Cotton planter, chopper, and cultivator 

Alter, Hiram A., Pittsburg, Pa. Furnace.. 

Altice. Samuel H. (See Myers and Altice.) 

Altmaier, Peter A., Harrisburg, Pa. Magazine fire-arm 

Altman, Frederick, San Jos6, Cal. Windmill 

Altman, George W., and P. K. Meech, Huntington, Ind. Broom-holding rack 

Altman, John B., Cascade, Iowa. Hame-tug 

Altmayer, Abram. (See Hubber, James W., assignor.) 
• Altmeyer, Christian, et al. (See Bryant, James M., assignor.) 
Altmeyer, Peter, et al. (See Bryant, James M., assignor.) 

Altringer, Christopher, Racine, Wis. Fanning-mill 

Altringer, Christopher, Racine, Wis. Fanning-mill 

Aluminium und Magnesium Fabrik Patent Gratzel. (See Gratzel, Richard, assignor.) 
Amend, Otto P., New York, N. Y. Solvent for pyroxyline 



355,751 
375,436 
355,961 



356,611 

362,867 
372,735 
362,052 

364,883 
370,300 
372,444 
366,061 
372,191 
369,153 
363,790 



373,327 
359,951 

362,196 
363,572 
365,037 
359,658 



370,230 
357,887 
355.581 
350,973 

356,815 
360,943 

364,462 

369,831 
373,875 



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Dec. 27 
Jan. 11 



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Nov. 8 
May 3 

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Sept. 20 
Nov. 1 
July 5 
Oct. 25 
Aug. 30 
May 31 



Nov. 15 
Mar. 22 

May 3 
May 24 
June 21 
Mar. 22 



Sept. 20 
Feb. 15 
Jan. 4 
Feb. 1 



Feb. 
Apr. 



June 7 

Sept. 13 
Nov. 29 



375,592 Dec. 27 
374,769 ■ Dec. 13 

358.914 : Mar. 8 
364,203 ' June 7 

370,301 . Sept. 20 

358.915 , Mar. 8 

371,535 | Oct. 18 
364,698 , June 14 
366,807 ' July 19 

370,032 Sept. 20 

304,983 June 14 

357,057 Feb. 1 

374,648 Dec. 13 



357,261 Feb. 8 
375,524 Dec. 27 

371,021 Oct. 4 



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559 
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688 

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304 

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116 
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552 
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435 

100 

87 

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204 

100 

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295 
183 

388 



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1364 



133 

1422 

194 



38 I 382 



39 


690 


41 


606 


39 


473 


39 


1279 


40 


1317 


41 


515 


40 


81 


-11 


435 


40 


983 


39 


965 


41 


780 


38 


1352 


39 


510 


39 


899 


39 


1331 


38 


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1299 

750 

74 

482 

441 
151 

1158 



40 1178 

41 955 



41 1463 

41 , 1224 



526 

225 
(184 
)185 

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38 1046 

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40 290 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Amend, Otto P., New York, N. Y. Compound for pyroxyline or nitro-cellulo*e 
Amend, Otto P., New York, N. Y. Solvent for pyroxyline. (Reissue) 
American Automatic Fire Alarm Association. (See Wheeler, Alden D assignor )" 
American Bell Telephone f'ompauv. (See Blake, Francis, assignor i 
American Bell Telephone Company. (See Carty. John J., assignor ) 
American Bell Telephone Company. (See Farriham, Isaiah H." assignor ) 
American Bell Telephone Company. (See Martin, Morris, assignor!) 
American Brake Company. (See Poor, George H., assignor.) 
American Brake Company. (See Poor, George H., assignor.) (Reissue ) 
American Buckle and Cartridge Company. (See Kelsev and Hartshorn assignors ) 
American Button Fastener Company. (See Richards, Francis H. assizor ) 
American Buttunhole, Overseaniing and Sewing Machine Company. (See Grant John J 
assignor.) ' '' 

American Buttonhole, Oyerseaming and Sewing Machine Company. (See Moore Arthur 

L., assignor.) 
American Carbonate Company. (See Convert, Adolf, assignor.) 
American Chemical Company. (See Frasch, Herman, assignor.) 
American Cotton Seed Company. (See Crawford, Middleton, assignor.) 
American Decorative Company. (See Baker, Jacob M., assignor.) 
American Electrical Works. (See Edwards, Henry F., assignor.) 
American Etching and Engraving Company. (See Elder, James C assignor ) 
American Fire Hose Manufacturing Company. (See Sibley and Allen, assignors ) 
American Floral Requisite Company. (See Eurrough. George A., assignor ) 
American Forcite Powder Manufacturing Company. (See Sundstrom, Karl J. assignor ) 
American Gas Tip Company. (See Thomas, Eddy T., assignor.)- = 

American Gas Tip Company. (See Thomas and Phillips, assignors.) 
American Iridium Company. (See Dudley, "William L.. assignor.) 
American Jute and Fiber Company. (See Angell, Albert, assignor.) 
American Lead Pencil Company. ' (See Caruso, Henry D., assignor.) 
American Machine Company. (See Woodruff, Oliver D.. assignor.) 
American Manufacturing Company. (See Leopold, Charles F., assignor.) 
American Marble Company. (See Maloy, James W.. assignor.) 
American National Telephone Company. (See Bonta James W., assignor.) 
American Optical Company. (See Dupaul, Joseph M., assignor.) 
American Paper Bottle Company. (See Crow ell, George W., assignor.) 
American Pi ess Association. (See Cummings. John R., assignor.)" 
American Press Association. (See Smith, Orlando J., assignor.) 
American Press Association of Chicago. (See Cummings. John R., assignor.) 
American Printing Press Company. (See Fowler and Henkle, assignors'.) 
American Pulverizer Company. (See Fuller, Willard M., assignor." 
American Ring Company. (See Andrews. Clayton C. assignor.) 
American Road Machine Company. (See Cook, Marcus E.*, assignor.) 
American Road Machine Company. (See Heller, William L., assignor.) 
American Road Machine Company. (See Poulson and Lathrop, assignors.) 
American Saw Company. (See Risdon, William B.. assignor.) 
American Screw Company. (See Harvey, Hayward A., assignor.) 
American Screw Company. (See Rogers, Charles D., assignor.) 
American Ship Windlass Company. (See Potter, Charles A., assignor.) 
American Ship Windlass Company. (See Whitney. Edwin H, assignor.) 
American Spindle Company. (See Field. Millard F., assignor.) 
American Store Service Company. (See Kenney. Thomas M., assignor.) 
American Telephone Improvement Company. (See Drew, Stephen C, assignor.) 
American Ventilating Company. (See Ober, William Y.. assignor.) 
American Waltham Watch Company. (See Berlin, Charles, assignor.) 
American Waltham Watch Company. (See O'Hara, Daniel, assignor.) 
American Wax Paper Company. (See Sberck and Batig, assignors.) 
American Wire Hoop Company. (See Bard, James H. "assignor.) 
American Writing Machine Company. (See Fairfield, George A., assignor.) 
American Zylonite Company. (See Edson, Jarvis B., assignor.) 
American Zylonite Company. (See Jones and Jarvis, assignors.) 
Ames, Charles H., assignor "to D. C. Welch and J. W. Tifl't", Buffalo, N. Y. Sash-balance . 

Ames, David J., Owatonna, Minn. Apron-fastener for harvesters 

Ames, Emerson, Washington, D. C. Screen for velocipedes 

Ames, John, Jr., assignor of one-half to J. C. Bonner, Toledo, Ohio. Top-knot for black- 
ing-brushes 

Ames, John H, St. Paul, Minn. Railway-signal 

Ames Sword Company. (See Bradford, Gamaliel, assignor.) 

Amet, Edward H., assignor to himself and H. A. Streeter, Chicago. 111. Brush-shifter for 

dynamo-electric machines and motors i 

Amies, Joseph H, Reading, Pa. Umbrella or parasol ' 

Amis, Alviras W., et al. (See Brownell, Stephen C. assignor ) 

Ammons, John B., Camden, assignor of one-third to G. W. Reardon, Sumter, S. C. Cot- I 

ton-chopper 

Amoore. Henry E., Yokohama, Japan. Pocket hand- warmer 

Amos, Alexander M., Buffalo, N. Y. Steam-cooker 

Amos. George W., assignor of one-half to S. S. Niles. Chicago, 111. Axle-nut attachment 
Amoskeag Indurated Fibre Ware Company. (See Keyes, Frank E., assignor.) 

Amstutz, Daniel S.. Orrville, Ohio. Wagon for butchers 

Amundson, Edward, Lime Rock, Conn. Car-wheel mold 

Ancira, Gonzalo G., Guadalajara, Mexico. Coloring attachment for paper-machines .'.'.'.'."' 

Anderson, Albert. (See BarbeT and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Andrew G., et al. (See Johnson, Swen J., assignor.) 

Anderson, Anton G., Chicago, 111. Bung-bush molding-machine 

Anderson, Artlff, Beloit, Wis. Windmill 

Anderson Bros. (See Anderson, John, assignor.) • 

Anderson, C. Gustaf, Hartford, Conn. Incandescent electric lamp 

Anderson, Charles, assignor to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. Side-hill plow. ! 

Anderson, Charles, assignorto South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. Slip-nose attach- 
ment for plows '_ 

Anderson, Charles, assignor to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, ind. Plow '. 

Anderson, Charles, assignor to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. Skeleton frame 
for plows 



372.100 
10,879 



Date. 



Oct. 25 

Nov. 8 



Monthly 
volume. 



p. 

V. 



1975 
1150 



370,302 
360,402 
372,736 

371.117 

350,342 



Sept. 20 
Apr. 5 
Nov. 8 

Oct. 4 
Jan. 18 



1418 381 

I 1 

668 183 



371.536 
364,391 



364,699 
366.709 
370.594 
302.922 



360,642 
360,403 
368,803 



360.404 
375,245 



363,500 
365,162 

308.043 
375,469 



Oct. 18 
June 7 



June 14 
July 19 
Sept. 27 
May 17 

Apr. 5 
Apr. 5 
Aug. 23 



Apr. 5 
Dec. 20 

May 24 
June 21 

Aug. 9 
Dec! 27 



547 
1502 



1131 
250 



140 
394 



295 
70 



690 184 

1323 355 

1867 ■ 496 

1218 325 



354 
2 

2111 



3 

1551 



89 

1 

559 



407 



2029 528 
368 
369 



1397 



1024 
1851 



276 
484 



Official 
Gazette. 






03 



41 410 
41 ! 691 



40 
39 

41 

41 
38 



1317 

3 

606 

108 
303 



41 239 
39 1136 



39 1226 

40 | 268 



5 368 ? 
i 369 S 



40 
39 

39 
39 

10 



39 

41 

39 
39 

40 
41 



375,525 Dec. 27 1921 503 41 



1406 
713 

68 
3 

878 



3 

1364 

880 
1364 

654 
1431 

1445 






UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1387. 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention 



Anderson, Charles A. (See Kennedy and Anderson. 
Anderson diaries A., Boulder, Colo. Rock and earth truck 

Anderson, Charles A., Rockford, 111. Check-row corn-planter 

Anderson. Charles C. , Morgan City, La. Tricycle . 

Anderson, Charles E., La Porte, Ind. Fence-machine 

Anderson Charles E., La Porte, Ind. Fence-machine ■ ■ 

Andersoni Charles E., London, Ontario, Canada. Moss cleaner, picker, curler, and scpa 

rutor ....- ...... ____...-.. — 

Anderson, Edwin S., Ftica, N. Y. Douhle-pressure percolator 

Audei'on Frank, Union Springs, Ala. Safety-base lor flues 

Anderson, Frank H. (See Crossley, Holt, and Anderson.) 

Andersoni Henry, assignor of a part to H. T. Compton and J. M. Kile, Oakland, and A. T 

Vogelsang, Sail Francisco, Cal. File-covering 

Anderson , Henry E., Chetek, Wis. Stove-pipe thimble - 

Anderson, Horatio G. K., Xew Haven, Conn. Spool-holder 

Anderson, Isaac, assignor of one-half to T. H. Smith, Saginaw, Mich. Pipe-wrench 

Anderson, James, Allegheny, Pa. Apparatus for burning garbage 

Anderson, James J., Chicago, 111. Construction of railways 

Anderson, James S. P.., Norfolk, Va, Ship's propeller 

Anderson, John. (Seo Field. Stephen D., assignor.) 

Anderson, John. (Seo Simons, Richard L., assignor.) , 

Anderson John, Colon, assignor of two-thirds to Anderson Bros., Lansing, Mich. Koad- 



cart 



Anderson, John A. (See Morgan and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Perpetual combination date-cfclendar 

Anderson! John W., St. Louis, Mo. Inside blind - 

Anderson, Joseph, Pittsburg, Pa. Steam-boiler furnace.. ... .-..--... 

Anderson, Lee, assignor of one-third to F. Fitzbugh, Pans Tex. Rail-joint ... 
Anderson Louis T., Carroll, Iowa. Combined hook and clasp for horse-collars 

Anderson! Millard F., Columbia City, Ind. Overcheck spreader or bar - 

Anderson. Oliver, assignor of one-fifth to L. Swanson, Fort Totten, Dak. Ter. Band-cutter 

and feeder - - -- :----. 

Anderson, Robert D., Ethel. La. Railway-signal 

Anderson, Robert L., Topeka, Kaus. Milk-strainer 

Anderson, Samuel A., Olean. N. Y. Fire-escape 

Anderson, Thomas F., Weldon, N. C. Seal-lock ------ 

Anderson, Thomas F., Walker's, Ohio. Clay-press feeder 

Anderson Valerius D., Cleveland. Ohio. Steam-condenser 

Anderson "Willard TV. (See Tinglev and Stetson, assignors.) 

Anderson! William W., New York, N. Y. Garment-clasp 

Andersson, Carl B., assignor to M. J. Dunham, Fnionville. Conn. Kut-macbino 

Andres, Albert, assignor to C. S. Larrabee, Frankfort, Germany, and C. E. Tingley, Bostons 
Mass.' Heel-burnishing machine > 

Andres Frederick TV., Youngstown, Ohio. Door-check 

Andres' George S., San Francisco, Cal. Oil-press mat 

Andress, Thomas, Pittsville. TVis. Car-coupling. ....-.-..-.-----.-. .--..----- - .-..-. 

Andrew, Frederick, Lee, county of Kent, assignor of one-half to J. Christie, London, Eng- 
land . 'Barrel-making macb iue - - - - - - - 

Andrew Riley, and J. D. Yendrick. Warren, Ind. Corn-row marker 

Andrews, Albert F., assignor to Climax Fuse Company, Avon, Conn 
brating the fuse used to explode gunpowder : - ---■ -.-- 

Andrews, Albert F., assignor to Climax Fuse Company, Avon, Conn. Apparatus for oxid- 
izing oils and tar - 

Andrews, Amelia Y., Philadelphia. Pa. Bed-pan 

Andrews, Benjamin, New Orleans, La. Cotton-gin .- .... - 

Andrews Charles A., and R. L. Ramsdell, Lynn, Mass. Carrying-tray and case 

Andrews, Clayton C, assignor to American Ring Company, Waterbury, Conn, bueet- 
metai i ing and making the same - ,- 

Andrews, David A., Boston, Mass. Parafnne-paper machine 

Andrews', Emanuel. (See Shaw, Myron J., assignor.) 

Andrews, Emanuel, TVilliamsport, Pa. Saw-tooth - 

Andrews. Emery, assignor to Mousam Manufacturing Company, Kennebuul 
chine for forming heel-stiffeners 

Andrews, George R. (See Graham, Edmund H., assignor.) 

Andrews, JohuJ., assignor of one-half to N. Johnston, Port Huron, Mich 

Andrews John S., Militown, New Brunswick, Canada. Car-coupling 

Andrews, John S., Militown, New Brunswick, Canada. Car-coupling 

Andrews, Joseph A., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to Globe Iron Roofing and Corrugating 
Company, of Ohio. Sheet-metal roofing - -- --. 

Andrews/Nathaniel S., and H. F. Burnap, Dubuque, Iowa. Clamp-hinge 

Andrews. Orrington G., Gardiner, Me. Storm-wmdow 

Andrews Wilbert R., La Junta, Colo. Mail-crane 

Andrews, William T., Boston, Mass. Feed- water heater 

Andrews William T., TVilliarnsport, Pa. Bearing for velocipedes 

Aneshaeusel, Charles. (See Strong, William, assignor.) 

Anewelt, M. T.,etal. (See Coats and Jay, assignors.) f-nt™ 

Angell Albert East Orange, N. J., assignor to American Jute and Fiber Company, of J.ew 
York. Machine" for separating .iute, ramie, &c, from the stalk .......... 

Ano-ell Benjamin J., deceased; E. F. Angell, administratrix and assignor to Horton, An- 
gell & Co., Attleborongh, Mass. Jewelry • 

Angell Edmund R., Derry, N. H. Closet for private purposes . . - - ------ ......... 

Angell,' Edwin E., Maiden, assignor to C. B. Kendall, Newton, Mass. Feed mechanism 

Ang'eH^dwinE., 'Maiden,' a'ndC'.B! Kendall,' Newton, Mass, assignors to Automatic Can'< 
Machine Companv. Saco, Me. Can-making machine - :~l~: r-VKo* 5 

Angell Edwin E., Maiden, and C. B. Kendall, Newton, Mass., assignors to Automatic Can 
Machine Company, Saco, Me. Can-heading mechanism . 

An>»ell Emma F., administratrix. (See Angell, Benjamin J.) 

An?ell' Horace B., San Francisco, Cal. Dredger 




372.5?!) 
366,141! 
365,769 
353,103 
361,803 
371,911 



356,827 

375.526 
367,495 

368,925 
371,484 

371,912 
369,976 



Nov. 
July 
July 
Feb. 
Apr. 
Oct. 



Mar. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Aug. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Sept. 



1 

8 
19 


448 

603 

1231 


120 
149 
329 ! 


1 

5 

5 

22 

26 

25 


449 
534 

1 
1972 
2027 
1687 


121 
144 
1 
521 
527 
437 I 


8 


004 


149 


27 
2 


1922 
207 


504 

57,58 


30 
11 


2293 
1051 


609 
(273 : 
(274 


25 


1687 


437 


13 


951 


251 



39 
40 
39 


1331 
380 
270 


41 
39 


319 
1331 


38 


881 


40 
39 
41 

41 


336 

1043 
1329 
1422 


38 
40 


582 
612 


40 


1001 


41 


239 


41 
38 
40 


555 

1021 

251 


41 
40 
40 
36 
39 
41 


555 
101 
3 
811 
400 
359 


36 


1021 


41 
40 


1445 
491 


40 


923 


>« 


213 


41 


359 


40 


1221 






8 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Angerer, Victor. (See Samuel and Angerer.) 

Angerer. Victor assignor to W. Wharton, Jr., & Company, Philadelphia, Pa, 

stop for abutting rails of railways e ' 

Angerer, Victor, assignor to W.Wharton, Jr., & Company! Philadelphia Pa ' 

overhead railways 



Automatic 



Switch for 

Annaheim, Joseph", assignor to L. Duran'd" &Huguenin," Basle,' Switzerland. " Manufacture 
ot blue coloring-matter _ «-™™uio 

Anson, Gustin M, assignor of two-thirds to H. Stoddart and C. D. ShreveVMarshalltown' 
Iowa, lube-cleaner i^nuamuivu, 

^" so "? a ?, rass ant ^ Copper Company. (See Huil", Woleott A., assignor.) 



No. 



Ansonia Brass and Copper Company, et al. (See Griswold, James!)., assignor ) 
Ansonia Brass and Copper Company, et al. (See Lyman, Charles H., assizor j 
Ansonia Brass and Copper Company, et al. (See Woodward, George W. assignor ) 
Anstice, Josiab, et al. (See Scofield, Henry L., E . J., and A.' B., assignors ) 

owdTr 18, Georges ' Ghent > Belgium, assignor to M. Polachek, Chicago, 111. Blastin 
Anthony & Company 



(See Barker, Erastus B., assignor.) 
(SeeBrodhag, Eduard, assignor.) 
(See Cooper and Lewis, assignors.) 
(See Higgins. John J., assignor.) 
(See Lewis, William H., assignor.) 

Heating stove or furnace 

Cooking-stove . - 

Heating-stove . 



304,200 
364,626 
369, 7C4 
355,806 
371,118 



374.921 



, E. & H. T. 
Anthony & Company, E. & H. T. 
Anthony & Company, E. & H. T. 
Anthony & Company, E. & H. T. 
Anthony & Company, E. & H. T. 

Anthony, Edgar W., Boston, Mass. 

Anthony, Edgar W., Boston, Mass. 

Anthony, Edgar W., Boston, Mass. 

Anthony, Henry C. (See Singer, William F?, assignor j 

Anthony, Mark, San Erancisco, Cal. Glass preserving-jar 

Antisell, Thomas M., San Francisco, Cal. Piano wrest-plank" 

a\1 p a ^3 t t G p an -i l M - T N r^ Yo 5S, N -.£ Automatic mechanical boiler-cleaner": 
Ap Roberts, Gwilym I., River Falls, Wis. Trunk 

Apgar, Charles E. , Hastings, Nebr. Seal . 

Appert, Adrien. (See Appert, LeonandA.) " 

Appert, L6on and A., Paris, France. Machine for making perforated glass 

Apple, George C, and C. W. Brandon, Greenville, Ohio Vehicle 

Appleby, J. Charles. (See McCloskey, John, assignor ) ' 

Appleby, J. Charles, Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for covering wire with soft metal 374 164 

i£ P !, by ' T ™ ar 6S ' T OTSey °# y ' 5- J - M ^hine for making soVmetaT pipes 374 I(i5 

Appleby, J. Charles, Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for covering wire witu soft metal" 374 166 

App eby, J. Charles, Jersey City, N. J. Means for making pipes. 374 16' 

cTrrterfor VJveZ^™ t0 MiMea P oli s Harvester Works Minneapolis; Minn." " Bundle ' ' ' 



Date. 



May 31 
June 14 
Sept. 13 
Jan. 11 
Oct. 4 



Dec. 20 



Monthly j Official 
velume. i Gazette. 






367,777 

369,677 
371,658 

375,246 
373,262 
373,712 
362,868 
372,101 

362,698 
374,441 



Aug. 9 

13 

18 



Appleby, John F, assignor to Minneapol'is'HarvesterWorks'.Minnekpofis'Minn" " " Wheel " 
A ^ b jdt^Vr^^t^ aea P° lis =™ ter ™* Minne P apoaTnn. W S- 



362,141 
362,142 



ting mechanism for grain-binders 

Applegate, Ann E., et al. (See Clark, Ernest P., 'assignor j 

Applegate, George, et al., administrators. (See Shinier, Samuel J ) 
Appleman, Mathias M., Rohrsburg, Pa. Pump 

Appleton, Thomas. (See Kimball and Appleton ) 

Appleton, William, assignor to Horton. Angell & Co., Attleborough, Mass. Button 
a S?i 6t0 ^ W,lh T H - v? e ^ York, N. T. Machine for rolling seamless tubes 

Aps ey, George, Lock Haven, Pa. Seamless shoe . . S'« 

Apsley, L. Dewart, et al. (See Videto, Theodore H„ assignor!) 

Arbeiter, Joseph, New York, N. T. Wire-nail machine . 

Arbogast, Philip, Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of glass lamps 

Arbuckle, William T., Bartlett, Tenn. Cotton-chopper 

Archbold, Samuel, et al. (See See, Horace, assignor) " 

G b Tou S nT U Ca^aflebox Sa ' N ' T '' assignor of three-fourths to P. C. Blackall, E. and H. 

Archer, Wn'liam, Brooklyn,'N." V.' " Propelling" ve'ssels" ....".'.." I IV9IH 

Archer, William R., Green, Kans. Sulky-harrow . V^.^Y.V// ".'.'.. ..... " "■ 372 651 

Archer, William S., New Vork, N. T. 



362,811 



365,500 

370,441 
369,311 



355,631 
359,489 
357,058 



Sept. 
Oct. 

Dec. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
May 
Oct. 

May 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

May 
May 



May 10 



June 28 



Arcus, Sinclair, Chicago, 111 
Arcus, Sinclair, Chicago, 111 
Ardery, Nevada F., New Cumberland 

Ardrey, Samuel B., Bristol, Pa. Chuck 

Aregood, George H. (See Aregood, John W. and G H ) 
Aregood, John W. and G. H, Chicago, 111. Freio-bt-car 
Argo Adolph, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany. Ca"r-brake" 
Arkell, James. (See Blowers, George O., assignor ) 
Arkenberg.Charles. (See Bennet, Charles, assignor.) 
Arkm, David, Manistee, Mich. Circular sawing machine 
Annat, Thomas, Richmond, Va. ' 



Machine for carding or separating fibrous meterial. 

Hand-car 

Means for handling hand-cars .!"*'."..'.! 

1 Iud. Bustle 



Car-couplino 



Armbruster, Frederick deceased, New Vork.^N Y." ; C.F. Metzger,"F. F. Brail'lard" "anil H 
Lock, executors. Making traveling-bags or analogous articles. .. .. .......... 



Armbruster, Mathias, Columbus, Ohio. 

Armentrout, Albert C. (See Coleman 

Arnungton, Pardon, Providence, P. I. 

Armmgton, Pardon, Providence, R. I. 

Armmgton, Pardon, Providence, R. I. 

Armitage, Albert A., Kenesaw, Nebr. 

Armour, Robert J., Chicago, 111. Tail-lamp for rail wav-trains 

Armour, Robert J., New York, N. Y. Sio-nal-lamn J 

Arms, Harrison, Toledo, Ohio. Stock-car " 

Armstrong, Albert, assignor of one-half to R.F.Stewart'OinpVn^aii n>.Vrt' 
Armstrong, B. A. (See Smith, Leonard O., assi^oT) ' LmClnBaU > 0bl °- 
Armstrong, Benjamin A. (See Smith, Leonard 0., assignor ) 
beaS p g oMt ™. '. aSS : gn °. r . .° f .° Ue ". ha ! f !° G - H - Vinson, Burlington, Kans. Trace- 



Photographer's scenery 

Armentrout, and Sweitzer.) 

Valve for steam-engines 

Piston-valve 

Piston- valve 

Combined hand-truck and weighing-scaie" 



Vehicle-spring. 



371,913 

355,962 
367,260 
372,192 

358,916 

369,088 
367,947 



371,914 
361,664 

371,405 
373,794 

357,113 
370,442 
370,443 
366,753 
372,054 
373,169 
355,907 
366,754 



Sept 
Sept 
Dec. 


27 
6 

13 


Jan. 
Mar. 
Feb. 


4 

15 
1 


Oct. 
Mar. 
Nov. 


11 

22 

8 


Oct. 


25 


Jan. 


11 



3038 
591 



617 



710 
548 



1092 



646 

509 
1299 

1552 
1485 
2169 
1132 
1975 



385 



10 



120 
122 



1058 



1890 

1633 

2 

585 

439 

1539 

444 



790 
159 



185 
140 






July 20 
Oct. 25 

Mar. 8 



363,192 



Aug. 30 
Aug. 9 

Oct. 25 
Apr. 26 

Oct. 11 
Nov. 22 

Feb. 1 
Sept, 27 
Sept, 27 
July 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
July 



721 

2282 

546 

1689 

959 
2079 
2111 

748 



2520 
891 



1691 
1833 

952 
2282 



;i73 
174 
141 
337 

407 
392 
580 
304 
507 

(244 

$245 

101 

1,2 
2 
2 
3 

36 
36 

288 



492 

435 
1 

153 

121 

394 
118 



39 1077 

39 1207 

40 1160 
38 147 



41 



109 



41 1277 



■ 40 581 



40 
41 

41 
41 
41 
39 
4i 

1 39 

41 

41 
41 
41 
41 

39 

39 

39 



1141 
272 

1364 
762 
904 
090 
410 



648 
1119 

1047 
1048 
1048 
1048 

496 

497 

677 



39 ; 1469 



185 

573 

150 

< 437 

H38 

251 

562 

542 

(185 

$186 

670 
242 



438 
475 

216 
611 
612 



40 
40 

41 

38 
38 
38 



41 
38 
41 

l« 

38 
40 
41 

^38 



41 
39 

41 



1364 
1035 
1169 

87 

1202 

504 



150 

1353 

583 

359 

194 
417 
435 



May 17 



j 546 


141 


38 


1634 


435 


40 


1035 


436 


40 


1385 


371 


40 


1901 


490 


41 


1343 


356 


41 


873 


229 


38 


1387 


371 


40 


1597 


419 


39 



1047 



967 
629 



359 
367 

193 
925 

522 
1364 
1364 
279- 
397 
736 
177 
279 



788 






UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



9 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gov- 



Cross- 



Armstrong, Edwin J., Painted Post, N. Y. Grinding-inachine ........ ... -------- 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Weston Engine Company, Painted Post, N. Y. bal- 
anced slide-valve - -- - - - - -. - - - -. - - - - - - - • • • • vy \^r 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Weston Engine Company, Painted Post, N Y . 
ernor for steam-engines - - ------ - - iC".""l' V ^A"Z' '-ir"-^ " X»L." 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to AVeston Engine Company, Painted Post, N. Y. fcrov- 
ernor for steam-engines - - - -- - --------- v - - V. "i" "• ' V V '-6"i ' xr' v" 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Weston Engine Company, Painted Post, N. Y. 
head for steam-engines - - - - - 

Armstrong, Frank, Bridgeport, Conn. Garter. . - 

Armstrong, Frank, Bridgeport, Conn. Cham link ^or coupler --- 

Armstrong, James, assignor to J. C. Armstrong, Bridgewater, N. T. Combined smoke- 
stack and feed-water heater for locomotives - 

Armstrong, James D., Effingham. Kans. Attachment for harrows 

\ rmstrong, James H., Houston, Tex. Railway-signal 

Armstrong, James T., London, England. Galvanic battery 

Armstrong, Jane C. (See Armstrong, James, assignor ) 

Armstrong John B., assignor of one-half to F. T. Lockhart, Augusta, Ga, 

Armstrono-, John B., assignor of one-half to F. T. Lockhart, Augusta, Ga. 

Armstrong, Matthew. (See Linck, Joseph, assignor.) 



Door-check. .. 
Seal-lock 



(See Brankston, Ralph T., assignor.) 
(See Murray, Charles H., assignor.) 
(See Noble, Andrew, assignor.) 
(See Noble and Murray, assignors.) 
(See Stuart, George, assignor.) 
Detonating-ball- 



Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., W. G. 

Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., W. G. 

Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., W. G. 

Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., W. G. 

Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., W. G. 

Armstrong, Samuel, Newark, N. J. ~~* 

Armstrong, Stephen G., Berrien Springs, Mich. Combined medical compound and confec- 



tion. 



Armstrong Wesley S., Cleveland, Ohio. Bracket-hook for cage-protectors 

Arnao Juan, Jr., Troy, N. Y. Belt for machinery 

Aruao, Juan, Jr., Troy, N. Y. Driving-belt ..-...-- ----- 

Arnao Juan, Jr., assignor of one-halt to J. P. Gilly, Troy, N. Y 



Shaft-coupling for ve- 



liictcs 
Arndt, Frederick, Palmer, Kans. Well-ventilator and anti-freezer for pumps 

Arner, Jerry, Esroni, Mo. Rotary engine 

Arnesou, August C, Clark's Grove, Minn. Mechanical movement 

Arnett, William D., Morrison, Colo 
Arnett, William D., Morrison, Colo 
Arnett, William D., Denver, Colo. 
Arnett, William D., Denver, Colo. 
Arnett, William D., Denver, Colo. 
Arnett, William D., Denver, Colo. 
Arnett, William D., Denver, Colo. 



No. 

375,247 

358,799 

368,044 

370,303 

372,102 
365,770 
370,918 

355,632 
370,755 
364,204 
372,193 

355,852 
355,853 



Date. 



Dec. 20 
Mar. 1 
Aug. 9 

Sept. 20 

Oct. 25 
July 5 
Oct. 4 

Jan. 4 
Oct. 4 
June 7 
Oct. 25 

Jan. 11 
Jan. 11 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



a, 



359,490 Mar. 15 



July 19 

May 31 

Apr. 5 

Dec. 20 



Hay-baler 

Seeding-machine 

Cutting-disk for seeding-machines 

Seeding-machine 

Seeding-machine 

Grain drill and seeder 

Grain-drill 

Arning William, Quincy, 111. Hoof-protector attachment for horseshoes 

Arno Musical Box Company. (See Arno, Oliver H., assignor.) . 
Arno, Oliver H., assignor to Arno Musical Box Company, Boston, Mass. Mechanical mu- 
sical instrument - - - - -,-."" • - 1 ^i-""i — •" " V" ~~ ~\ 

Arno. Oliver H., assignor to Arno Musical Box Company, Boston, Mass. Mechanical ran- 

sical instrument - - - - - -- - - -. ; - ' 

Arnois, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of carbonic acid - ... ------- - - ----- - 

Arnold, Alonzo B., assignor of one-half to R. C. McCornack, Gladbrook, Iowa. Halter- 
trimming ■- -!•---" ■>;.""" v ""; 

Arnold, Beniamin, East Greenwich, R. I. Circnlarloom 

Arnold, Caleb and R. H, Honeoye. N. Y. Extension-ladder - 

Arnold, Clarence R., Wellsville, Ohio. Banker's safety express-box 

Arnold, Cornelius, Raymond, 111. Husking-pin 

Arnold, Craig R. , Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-engine 

Arnold Craig R. , Sharon Hill, Pa, Car-lighting apparatus 

Arnold, David A., Pawtucket, R.I. Heating apparatus ... 

Arnold Edward F., North Abington, Mass. Welt-guide for shoe-sewing machines 

Arnold' Eliphalet L., Montgomery, Tex. Steam-engine governor 

Arnold, Francis P., North Pembroke, Mass. Heel-rand 

Arnold, George D. (See Mickey, Robert J., assignor.) 

Arnold, Henry L., Denver, Colo. Car-coupling 

Arnold, Leroy. (See Arnold, Mitchell, and Taliaferro.) 

Arnold! Matthew, San Francisco, Cal. Rivet - 

Arnold, Matthew, San Francisco, Cal. Riveting-machine . . - - - - ............. 

Arnold, Matthew H. and L., E. P. Mitchell, and R. F. Taliaferro, Hueneme, Cal. Hay- 
loading machine 

Arnold, Rollin H. (See Arnold, Caleb and R. H.) 

Arnold, Schuyler, Caro, Mich. Dental articulator .... . - ----- 

Arnold Sydney W., and W. C. Cranmer, Philadelphia, Pa. Underground way or conduit. 

Aron Hermann, Berlin, Germany. Apparatus for measuring electric currents 

Aronl Hermann. Berlin , Germany. Apparatus for measuring electric currents ............ 

Arp Peter A., Philipsburg, assignor of two-thirds to C. G.Welch, Osceola Mills, and O. B. 

Finley Philipsburg, Pa. Machine for mining coal, &c 

Arpin, Edmund P. (See Lemm, Eli T., assignor.) 

Arthur, Alexander J., and S. W. Gray, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Stocking-supporter 

Arthur, George H., Chicago, 111. Transfer-roller -■■■■■■ iV"ii""""m"i'j"V\i."-"' 

Arthur! Joseph A., Columbus, assignor to M. J. Enright and G. G. Hadley, Toledo, Ohio. 

Steam-enaine -. .- -. .-■ - - - 

Arthur William, Gainesville, Fla. Telegraph receiving-instrument 

Asbury , Rufus R. , Pleasant Retreat, Ga. Car-coupling 

Asburv, Rnfus R., Pleasant Retreat, Ga. Car-coupling 

Asch, Joseph J. (See Alstadt, Abram, assignor.) 
Aschermann, Edward, et al. (See Dalton, Thomas, assignor.) 

Ash. James, Chicago, HI. Hand-truck -„~ m -;-^:"V\ Au- K-'Vi™ 

Ash. Joseph S., assignor of one-half to C. B. Cowan, Canal Winchester, Ohio. Disk for 

grinding-mills ;--•-,-,' ; 

Ashborn, J. Wilson. (See Grilling and A shborn.) • 

Ashborn, J. Wilson, assignor of one-half to C. E. Griffing, Danbury, Conn. Educator and 

puzzle 



366,992 
363,879 
360,751 

375,308 

366,194 
357,564 

366,643 

300,194 
358,245 
359,832 
358,246 
358,247 
358.248 
369,383 
374,514 
362,479 



July 12 
Feb. 15 

July 19 

Mar. 29 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 22 
Feb. 22 
Feb. 22 
Feb. 22 
Sept. 6 
Dec. 6 
' May 10 



361,200 

361,201 
368,123 

363,311 
357,651 
361,202 
370,671 
357,948 

364,627 

366,292 
370,444 
359,239 
368,370 
356,056 

372,283 



Apr. 12 

Apr. 12 
Aug. 9 

May 17 
Feb. 15 
Apr. 12 
Sept. 27 
Feb. 15 

June 14 

July 12 
Sept. 27 
Mar. 15 
Aug. 16 
Jan. 11 

Nov. 1 



361,390 ! Apr. 19 
371,659 ! Oct. 18 

371,729 ! Oct. 18 



370,445 
366,195 
374,860 
374,861 



Sept. 27 
July 12 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 13 



374,137 Nov. 29 



369,678 


Sept. 


13 


367,737 


Aug. 


2 


375,689 


Dec. 


27 


355,431 


Jan. 


4 


367,738 


Aug. 




373,042 
363 940 


Nov. 
Mav 


15 

HI 



361,252 i Apr. 19 



1558 

553 

1025 

1419 

1976 

2 

272 

440 

2 

9 

2112 

780 

782 



1540 

1692 

2571 

502 

1637 

605 
1203 

1232 

2693 
2175 
2088 
2175 

2176 

2178 

103 

489 

581 



1173 

1178 
1130 

1748 
1330 
1181 
1977 
1746 

592 

739 

1637 
1177 
1492 
1084 

1 

1438 
1300 

1414 

1638 
605 
983 
986 

2776 

510 
584 

2167 
179 
584 

1153 

2662 
1251 



407 
138 
276 






382 


40 


508 


41 


1 


40 


67 


41 


121 


38 


1 


41 


3 


39 


542 


41 


205 


38 


205 


38 



41 ! 1364 

3b 1007 
40 ; 055 



410 

3 

54 



394 


38 




40 


668 


39 


129 


39 


429 


41 


165 


40 


317 


38 


'329 
330 


^40 


680 


38 


573 


38 


528 


38 


574 


38 


574 


38 


574 


38 


31 


40 


127 


41 


163 


39 


(296 
£297 


| 39 


C297 
}298 


1 39 


300 


40 



458 
350 
299 
524 
456 
159 
160 
201 
436 
307 
398 
284 



39 
38 
39 
40 
38 

J39 

40 
40 
38 
40 
38 

41 



371 39 
337 41 



366 



41 



437 40 

165 40 

257 i 41 

258 41 



746 

141 

159 

564 

48 

159 

309 



41 

40 
40 

41 

38 
40 
41 



691 39 
319 i 39 



364,465 June 7 I 369 I 101 39 



87 

3 

1090 

436 

159 

159 



1202 

336 

988 

94 

1380 

123 

665 

251 

1435 
849 

1317 
849 
849 
850 

1053 

1140 
591 



222 

223 

674 

817 
687 
224 
1428 
764 

1207 

147 

1365 

1135 

752 

218 

471 

283 
272 

296 

1365 
123 

1247 
1247 

1028 

1141 
561 

1488 

36 

561 

701 



1004 
249 

1158 






10 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ashbourne, Alexander P., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Desiccated Cocoanut End Oil 
Manufacturing Company, (limited,) of Pennsylvania. Treating and retmin" cocoanut-oil 

Ashby, Delmar E., San Francisco, Cal. Fruit-jar ? 

Ashby, Delinar E., San Francisco, Cal. Canning 

Ashby, Pierre, Central Falls, P. I. Tension-regulating attachment for "loom-shuttles 

Ashcroft, John, New York, N. Y. Furnace for steam-boilers 



Edge-burnishing machine 



Cleaning appara- 



Ashe, Eobert, Somerville, Mass. 

Ashe, Eobert. Somerville, Mass. Shank and heel burnishing machine 

Ashenfelter, Joseph, Liberty, Nebr. Combined cultivator and pulverizer 

Ashford, Thomas G-., Courtney, Tex. Car-coupling 

Ashley, Richard B., Walkeitdn, Ontario, Canada. Harness and trace buckle 

Ashley, Thomas C. (See Guthrie, James F., Jr., assignor.) 

Ashmead, Frank M. (See Lewis, James, assignor.) 

Ashuelot Can Company. (See Blake, Hiram, assignor.) 

Ashuelot Can Company. (See Bowker, Leo E., assignor.) 

Ashworth, Elijah. (See Ash worth, George and E.) 

Ashworth, George and E., Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Bend for cardin"-- 

engines 

Ashworth, George and E., Manchester, county of Lancaster, England". 

tus for carding-engines . 

Asire, Daniel. (See Mabbey, Jesse T., assignor ) 

Asire, Isaac H., Forest, Ohio. Poof 

Askew, Charles B. (See Farnham and Askew.) 

Askins, Joseph, Lima, Ohio. Radiator 

Askins, Joseph, Lima, Ohio. Steam-radiator 

Aspinwall, Lewis A., Trenton, N. J. Potato-digger 

Asselstine, Charles N., Hamilton, Dak. Ter. Anvil for forming plowshares" 

Asselstine. Charles N., Hamilton, Dak. Ter. Anvil for forming landsides for plows 

Assheton, William, St. Louis, Mo. Autographic register 

Assmns, Adolph, assignor to Mallette <fe Raymond Manufacturing Company, Ch'icaeo 111" 

Reclinmg-chair & , 

Aston, John G., Asheville, N. C. Adjustable drafting-table .......'.'.'.'. 

Atchison, "William. (See Mackenzie, Joseph D.. assignor.) 

Aten, Frank L., Round Rock, Tex. Corn-planting attachment for plows 

Atha, Benjamin. (See Hinsdale, William R., assignor.) 

Atha, Benjamin, Newark, N. J. Mold for armor -plate 

Atherton, Garrick M., Elk Falls, Kans. Water-elevator 

Atherton, Giles. (See Carrick, William, Jr., assignor.) 

Atherton, John F., Portland, Oreg. Combined presser-foot and guide for use in embroider- 

Athey, Isaac H., Marion, Ark. Corn-planter attachment 

Atkins, Charles H, Boston, Mass. Electrical apparatus for separating metallic particles 
from paper-pulp _ * 

Atkins & Company, E. C. (See Crossman and Buch, assignor's.) 

Atkins, Elias C. (See Maeulen, Albert, assignor.) 

Atkins, Elias C, Indianapolis, Ind. Saw tempering and straightening machine 

Atkms, George W.. Clarion, Pa. Mud-fender for vehicles 

Atkinson, James, Hampstead, county of Middlesex, England. Gas-engine 

Atkinson, James S., assignor to Jones & Laughlins, (limited, ) Pittsburg, Pa, Manufacture 
ot rolls 



Atkinson, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Vehicle-spring " 

Atkinson William B., Franklin, Ky., assignor of one-third "to A ." "d". Sch'wab", "Cincinnati" 
Ohio. Sign ' 

Atkinson, William W., Chicago, 111. Extensible "structure" '." 

Atlas Engine Works. (See Moore, Matthew R., assignor.) 
Atterbury, Thomas B., et al. (See Thomas, William D., assignor.) 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of glassware 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of glass flower-stands 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Glass reflector. . . 

Atterbury, Thomas B., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturing ornamental glassware 

Attwood, Melville, Saucelito, and H. R. Taylor, Oakland, Cal.; said Attwood assignor to 

said Taylor. Chemist's, assayer's, and prospector's balance ° 

Atwater, John B., Chicago, 111. Electro-magnetic attraction device for cars . 

Atwater, John B., Chicago, 111. Cyclone-destroyer 37o'845 

Atwater, John C, New York, N. Y. Door-knob and shank '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.\3'il,im 

372^284 

371,296 
359,915 
370,033 



No. 



350.398 
300,131 
363,941 
369,089 
356,675 

364,156 

369,679 
309.492 
309,384 
361,253 



359,529 

369,271 

361,974 

365,663 
367,083 
372,351 
371,103 
371,104 
374,231 

308,989 

350,023 

371,812 

3(5,666 
357,971 



363,573 
371,119 

360,842 



363,271 
359,530 
367,490 

361,157 
367.353 



Date. 



Jan. 18 
Mar. 29 
May 31 
Aug. 
Jan. 



30 
25 



May 31 

Sept. 13 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
Apr. 19 



Mar. 15 

Aug. 30 

Apr. 26 

June 28 
July 26 
Nov. 1 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 11 
Dec. 6 

Aug. 30 

Jan. 11 

Oct. 18 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



CO 



1575 
2000 
2063 
2527 
1968 

2972 

511 

241 

104 

1252 



1607 
2752 

2283 



2144 

1823 

99 

615 
616 

87 

2380 
1035 

1532 






366,911 
357,444 



362,413 
362,414 
362,415 
366,364 

357,139 
357,516 I 



Dec. 
Feb. 



May 
Oct, 

Apr. 



May 
Mar. 
Aug. 

May 
Aug. 

July 

Feb 



27 


2133 


15 


1782 


24 


2134 


4 


549 


12 


632 


17 


1694 



Atwood, Dustin, Milwaukee, Wis. Pail-support for railways . . 

Atwood, Eugene, and C. H. Cowan, assignors to Atwood Machine Company, Stoniii<n<m" 

Conn. Bobbin ° ' 

Atwood, George F., Swanton,Vt. Buckle"! 

Atwood, George F., Swanton, Vt. Suspender-loop clamp .'".'."."."."".'.".'.'.'."."."."." 

Atwood. James M. and J. K., Lisbon, assignors, by mesne assignments, to themselves and 

J. C. Mitchell, Lancaster, N. H. Car-coupling 
Atwood, Jonathan E. (See Atwood, James M. and J. K.) 
Atwood, Lewis J., assignor to Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Company, Waterbury 

Conn. Wick -tube for lamps and lamp-stoves 

Conn d ' mi' 8 J '' assignor t0 Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Company, "wi.Verbiiryj 

Atwood, Lewis J assignor to Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Company, 'WaVerbur 
Conn. Shoe-nail r Jl •" 

^Conn 1 ' T tm« >!,V™!, Sign0r t0 p i" me & itwo'od Manufacturing Company!" Waterbury; 



May 
May 
May 
July 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Oct, 
Oct. 
Nov. 

Oct, 
Mar. 



Sept, 20 



1607 
208 

2973 

1 

1586 
1004 



483 
484 
485 
837 

589 

1112 

141 

795 
2 

79fi 

2224 
1049 



659 

691 

670 

517 

,'772 

773 

142 

68 

32 

319 



411 
734 
594 



560 

491 

29 

157 

157 

22 

(632 

\ 633 

272 

395 

(554 
) 555 
(467 
l 408 



553 

,140 

141 

167 



414 
412 
58,59 



358,139 ; Feb. 22 i 2033 



357,545 
.'360,843 



Lamp-burner"... ..T...T.: h u ™'^' "" C '"" ,J ' 3C0 m 

Atwood, Lewis J., and W. F Lewis, assignors to Plume & Atwood Manufacturing Com'-' ' 

pany, Waterbury, Conn. Lamp-burner 

Atwood Machine Company. (See Atwood and CowanVassignorV.) 

Atwood, William H., Hudson, N. Y. Hat-holder 
Atzell, John F. (See Collins, John W., assignor ) 

Combined taffi]&^^*^^* Detr0U Safe Cma *»* Detr0it ' Mi< * j 370,517 

Al w e v' ( ^ 0Tge ?.' Le Sentier de Vau'd, Switzerland, assignor to P/Nordmann! Ne'wYorkJi , ea nnl 
JM. Y. Repeating-watch ... r 368,904 



Feb. 8 , 1162 



424 
265 



136 
137 
137 
225 

151 

292 

38 

203 

1 



Apr. 12 ! 668 

■ ■'■■' ! Apr. 12 ! 843 
i 
Apr; 12 844 

370,516 l Sept. 27 



1718 



359,953 Mar. 22 2283 



Sept. 27 , 1749 
Aug. 23 2250 



216 

465 

574 

(465 
) 466 
(598 
} 599 



38 
38 
39 
40 
38 

•39 

40 

10 
40 
39 



33 

40 

39 

39 
40 
41 
41 
41 
41 

40 

38 

41 



1 38 

39 
}41 

39 



39 
39 
39 
40 

38 
38 
41 
41 
41 



203 
559 

278 


41 
38 
40 


535 


38 


304 


38 


168 


39 


216 


39 



to 



316 

1417 

1004 

967 

399 

1064 

1142 

1079 

1053 

249 



1214 

1013 

446 



1519 
369 
490 
129 
129 

1063 

940 
209 

319 

1482 

771 



900 
109 

125 



807 

1215 

491 

1064 
451 

316 

617 



568 
569 
569 
165 

529 
637 
28 
163 
471 



164 
1342 
1248 

821 



I 



38 


647 


39 


126 


39 


161 


39 


162 


40 


1385 


38 


1353 


40 


1385 


40 


906 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



11 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Thread-roll 



Auberv .Tames M., assignor of one-half to F. A. Coker. Chicago HI. Seal-lock 

Aubeu'f ' Frank J. , Oneida, N. Y. Runner attachment for vehicles 

Aubin. Charles T. (See Lorraine and Aubin.) 

Auer Joseph, Dupont, Ohio. Draft-equalizing doubletree 

Aufri'ehtig Alois. (See Brosch, Jacob, assignor.) 
Au ge, George "W. (See Zwoyer and Auge.) 

Auispureer, Edward H., Woodsdale, Ohio. Thill-coupling. 

Auluin Augustin C. M., Raincy, near Paris, France. Dumping-car. - - - - 

lug s a Wi-eneh Company. (See Spaulding Albion K. and A. M., assignors.) 

Aususte-Godehaux. Paul F., Paris, France. Printing-machine 

Augustine, Halvor, Sioux Falls. Dak. Ter. Axle-lubricator.. . 

Augustine! William M.. South Bend, Ind. Wire-twisting machine 

Auld, Joseph, Burlington, Tt, Sleeping-car 

Auredenn. John, assignor of three-fourths to L. Bernstien and M. J. Lieberman, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Attachment for knitting-machines ...... : - 

Aurora Watch Companv. (See Hurd. Joseph W., assignor.) 
Airman Jasper M. (See "Woodruff, Luther J., assignor.) 

Austin, Aronamous B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Dust-pan . - 

Austin, Charles D., et al. (See Clough, Willard L assignor.) 

Austin! Charles D., Amsterdam, assignor to Tompkins Brothers, Troy, S . Y. 

Auttin°cSs^^ 

Austin! Frederick C. ("See Gail, Harry S., assignor.) 
Austin, Gustavus. (See Stone, Frank W., assignor.) 
Austin, John. (See Kauflman and Austin.) 

Austin, Josiah, East Liberty, Ohio. Boiler-feeder -.--.- 

Austin Josiah, near East Liberty, Ohio. Water-feeder for boilers 

Austin, Lloyd W., Milwaukee, Wis. Shoe-nail ---.----; 

Austin Perry G.. Hecla, Ind. Apparatus for setting tires 

Austin! Samuel E., Fort Valley, Ga, Adding-machine 

Austin, Stephen J., Terre Haute, Ind. Platform -scale - 

Austin William L., et al. (See Vauclain, Samuel M., assignor.) 
Ante, Joseph. (See Messerle, William, assignor.) 
Automatic Box Company. (See Keeson, William P., assignor.) 
Automatic Box Company. (See Russell, Charles H. assignor.) 
Interna tic Can MacbWcompany. (See Angell and Kendall, assignors.) 
Automatic Can Machine Company. (See Sleeper Charles W., assignor.) 
Automatic Car Coupling Company. (See Solcer, Newton, assignor.) 
Automatic Fire Ala"m and Extinguisher Company. (See Burgher, Charles, assignor.) 
Automatic Music Paper Company. (See Treat, James E., assignor ) 
Automatic Selling Machine Company. (See Everitt PCTCival assignor ) 
Automatic Selling Machine Company. (See Leavitt, Frank M , assignor ) 
Autophone Companv. (See Morris, Tisdel, and Labar, assignors.) 

Carriage-escape 



No. 



350,739 
363,71? 

375,690 



Monthly I Official 
volume j Gazette. 



Date. 





fan 


© 


u 


tn 


« 



307.:i.-)4 
363,718 



373,733 
365.223 
369,765 

364,565 
360,551 

360,643 



•365.291 
360,264 



362,480 
363,990 
1 363,446 
I 363.272 
j 370,719 
] 372.055 



Feb. 1 
May 24 


I 
23-15 


Doc. 27 


2171 


Aug. 2 
May 24 


2 
2315 


Nov. 22 
June 21 
Sept, 13 


2195 

1473 

618 


June 7 


512 


Apr. 5 


235 



1 

609 
565 



1 
C09 

587 

388 

167 

,138 

) 139 



38 
39 



423 
940 



41 1489 



40 
39 



451 
940 



41 910 

39 ' 1380 

40 | 1160 

^39 ! 1184 



39 



Apr. 



35G 



90 39 




, i, 'New York, N7Y. Process of and' apparatus for generating wood-gas 
Averiil,' Fiancis E., and F. W. Sharp, Pulaski, N. Y. Combined clothes-drier and lawn- 



366,365 
360,944 
360,945 



tent. 
Avers, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery 
Avery, 
Avery, 
Avery 
Avery 



Herbert M. , and J. M. Pease, Chicago, 111. Revolving soap-holder ... . - - ----- - 

Andrew J Norway, Me. Edge-plane for trimming the sole-edges of boots or shoes. 

Charles E., Jacksonville, Fla. Bottling-gasogeno .-...- - - - - 

George C, assignor to B. F. Avery & Sons, Louisville, Ky. Corn-planter. 

George H., Easthampton, Mass. Connecting device for harness-straps for looms . . 

George V.! assignor of one-half to G. P. Sinn, Wonewoc, Wis. Shaft-tug 

James R., Louisville, Ky. Car-coupling - 

James R. , Louisville, Ky. Car-coupling 

John A., et al. (See Parsons, Paul J., assignor.) 

Lactate Company. (See Waite, Charles N., assignor.) „„„„«„,, 

Lyman S., assignor of one-third to C. D. Honeywell, Dallas, Pa. Thill-coupling. .. 

MeridethD., Albion. Mich. Car-coupling 

Planter Company. (See Avery and Berrien, assignors^ ♦.„„+„„ „„;i 

Richard B., assignor of one-half to G. B. Hulme, New York, N. Y. Car starter and 



June 21 ; 1581 
Mar. 29 ! 2796 



May 10 | 582 
Aug. 30 ! 2383 
May 24 ; 1938 
May 17 j 1697 
Sept. 27 i 2058 
Oct. 25 ! 1903 



411 

711 



]63 
633 

508 
444 
546 
491 



39 

38 



39 
40 
39 
39 
40 
41 



July 12 \ 
Apr. 12 ! 785 



838 | 225 



501 



46 



68 



1398 
1454 



591 
940 
861 
807 
1442 
398 



40 : 166 
39 ' 151 



Apr. 12 ! 788 ! 204 j 39 I 152 



brake 



and "l!"b! Berrien! assignors" to" Avery Planter Company, Peoria, 111. 



Avery, Robert H. 
Windmill - ; - 

Avery & Sons, B. F. (See Avery, George C, assignor.) 

Avery William B., assignor to H. A. Streeter, Chicago, 111. Shutter-fastener 

Axial Type Writer Company. (See Waite, James H., assignor.) 

Axt, Ca'rlB., Chemnitz. Saxony, Germany. Fastening objects to iron beams 

Ayer, Albert E. (See Donnelly and Ayer.) 

Ayer. Alfred, Lake Weir, Fla. Machine for sizing oranges and other fruit 

Ayer Henry, assignor to M. A. Pinto, Boston, Mass. Siphon apparatus 

Ayer, John W., Chicago, HI. Combined vent and stopper 

Ayers, James B. (See Brink and Ayers.) 

Aylsworth, Harry E., Ashland, Kans. Egg-carrier - 

A'ylward, Nicholas K., et al. (See Malcolm, Robert J., assignor.) 

A'vlworth, Daniel W., Adrian, Mich. Hedge fence 

Ayres, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Turn-table 

Ayres, G. Ralston, et al. (See Hand, James, assignor.) 

Ayres G. Ralston, Philadelphia, Pa. Horse-blanket attachment .... - 

Ayres', James, et al. (See Decker, Alexander C. and O. J., assignors.) 

Ayres, Louis H., etal. (See Hand, James, assignor.) 

Ayres, Peter, et al. (See Decker, Alexander C. and O. J., assignors.) 

Ayres, Ruben B., St. Louis, Mo. Indicator device 

Ayres, RubenB., St. Louis, Mo. Folding bed 

Ayres, William M., et al. (See Hand, James, assignor.) 
B S. B. Company. (See Maris, Jared, assignor.) 

Babb, Marshal L y , assignor of one-half to J. Hamilton, Portland, Me. Hose and pipe coup- 
Babbitt! Joseph" M!,'and" P.' F.' Wood! "New'Be'dford, Mass. Heating apparatus 



369,493 

364,566 

363,107 

372,248 I 

358,638 

363,352 i 

360.752 

367,128 

369,578 



368,505 
366,710 



357,263 
371,120 
371,538 
359,310 

363,974 

374,726 
373,763 

365,721 

361,039 
360,791 

373,764 



Sept. 6 
June 7 
May 17 
Oct. 25 
Mar. 1 
May 24 
Apr. 5 
July 26 
Sept. 6 



Aug. 16 
July 19 j 



Feb. 8 
Oct. 4 
Oct, 18 
Mar. 15 



243 

514 
1480 
2193 

323 
1810 

503 
1886 

364 



1696 
1325 



762 

551 

1135 

1269 



I 

69 ! 40 
139 39 
391 ! 39 
563 

78 



May 31 2723 



358,18*3 
371,871 



367,578 
358,423 



Dec. 13 
Nov. 22 



795 
2235 



475 
129 
511 
101 



452 
355 



198 

141 
296 

328 

C705 

H06 

208 

598 



1030 
1184 
763 
452 
963 
837 
94 
380 



40 1104 



40 
40 



790 



June 28 : 2230 , 581 



Apr. 12 
Apr. 5 



934 
553 



236 
144 



38 571 

41 109 

41 240 

38 ; 1152 

| 39 1016 

41 | 1211 

41 , 917 

39 I 1534 



39 
39 



177 
104 



Nov. 22 2236 \ 598 41 j 917 



Feb. 22 
Oct. 18 



2100 
1624 



Aug. 2 325 
Mar. 1 ! 1 



554 


1 
38 


419 


41 


93 


40 


1 


38 



834 
338 



513 

903 



12 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Clutch. 



Babbitt, Robert 0. (See Brown, William H., assignor ) 

Babbitt, S. William. (See Beach and Babbitt.) ° 

Babcock, ErskineL., assignor to Falls River Company, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 

Babcock, George H., Cleveland, Ohio. Window-si<*n 

Babcock George H., Plainfleld, N. J., and C. P. Higgins.' Brooklyn/if. T." " Drum-head" and 
manifold for sectional steam-generators °» - j , ^lumueaaana 

Babcock George H., Plainfleld, N. J., and C. P. Higgins,' Brookiyn, N.T." ' Druin'-head and 
manifold for sectional steam-generators ""unneiaano 

Babcock, Jabez K., and J. P. Champion, Phelps, N. TV " Tubeexpander .".'." .'.'.WW' '.""""'. 

Babcock, James, Oreana, HI. Device for salting live stock 

Babcock, John, Walton, N. Y. Plow 

Babcock, Sylvester P., Adrian, Mich. Garment orcuff "holder 

Babcock, William A., Cleveland, Ohio. Faucet apparatus " " 

Babcock, William H., Aplington, Iowa. Corn-planter 

Babendreier, Charles A. (See Brickenstein and Babendreier ) 

Babka, Johan M., Canton, Ohio. Leg-rest for chairs 

Bachelder, John. (SeeBriggs, George N., assignor )"' 

Bachelder, Joseph H. C. Meriden, Conn. Steam-engine attachment 

Bacher,*Peter, Canton, Ohio. Billiard-table leveler 

Bachlott, Richard H., Jr., Savannah, Ga. Combined lamp stand'or support and "damn 

Bachman, Ernest A., Dysart, Iowa. Land marker suppoit ana clamp 

Bachman, Jacob, Stony Run, Pa. Reaper, binder, and harvester " 

Bachner, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Stem winding and setting watch "".""' 

Bachner, Joseph, assignor to himself and G. A.Harmount.ChicagoiDI." Ste"m"-wi"nd"in'o : w"at'c"h ' 
Bachner, Joseph.assignorto himself and G.A.Harniount Chicago III. Stem-w nd ^n? watch' 
record';; '° 8 .?. h ^ 8 ^°^. h ^ 

Bachran, Herrman J., New York, N. Y. Cigar-bunching machine 

Bacbtel, Jacob D., New Berlin, Ohio. Musical instrument 
Back, John R.. assignor of one-half to F. F " 
Backeljau, Theophile, Malines, Belgium. 



Date. 



373,425 | 
362,350 

368,564 

368,565 
375,248 

369,155 

358,184 
369,903 
374,232 
361,254 

361,804 

360,644 
356,816 
367,175 
367,579 
365,771 
371,539 
355,752 
358,424 

j 
359,001 

366,062 



Nov. 
May 



Monthly 
volume. 



a. 
'/3 



1741 
385 



461 
107 



Aug. 23 ; 1777 473 



Aug. 23 
Dec. 20 

Aug. 30 

Feb. 22 
Sept. 13 
Dec. 6 
Apr. 19 

Apr. 26 



1778 
1555 



473 
408 
(691 



lacte^lhe^M^ 

Backman, Per Gunnar, Paris^ France. Hoisting apparatus .. 374 440 

Backster, George, Jr., and J. F. Reiff, Aurora, 111. Churn 

B c£ s &r ga i-fe^ 

Backstroin, C. Axel, Trenton, assignor to Backstrom Centrifu" 



373,511 



Apr. 

Feb. 

July 

Aug. 

July 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Apr. 
Mar. 
June 

Dec. 

Nov. 



5 

1 

26 

2 

5 

18 

H 

1 



2DUO 


J 692 


2102 


555 


831 


220 


88 


22 


1253 


319 


2028 


527 


357 


90 


100 


28 


1944 


524 


326 


93 


3 


1.2 


1136 


296 


633 


165 


2 


1 



Official 
Gazette. 






41 
39 



821 
549- 



40 815. 



40 
41 

I 40 

38 
40 
41 
39 



815 
1365 

984 

834 
1201 
1063 

249 



39 401 



12 

2!) 
7 



22 



427 

1026 

2601 

11 

386 

1890 



219 

(116 

'< 117 

259 

059 

3.4 

(101 

$102 
501 



39 
38 
40 
40 
40 
41 
38 
38 

38 j 

I 40 i 
39 
38 

39 I 

:«! 

41 ' 



442 
391 
514 
3 
240 
134 
903 

1067 

81 

196 

1417 
1091 

1119 

849 



den, N. J. ' Counter-s": a8S ^ or to Ba ^strom Centrifugal Separator Company, Cam- 



n ^ on ' .; J " assignor to Backstrom Centrifugal SenaratorCo'm 
pany, of New Jersey. Centrifugalliquid-separator " separator com 

Backstrom C. Axel, Trenton, N. J., assignor to Backstrom Centrifu'gai "Separator Com' , 
pany, of New Jersey. Centrifugal liquid-separator S separator Lorn- , 

Backstrom C. Axel, Trenton, N. J, assignor to Backstrom Centrifugai'SeparatorCom'-'i 
pany, of New Jersey. Centrifugalliquid-separator ""u^ai separator com- | 



358,587 Mar. 1 202 60, 61 
363,447 '. May 24 1939 509 
367,778 Aug. 9 647 174 



38 952 

39 861 

40 . 581 



Aug 



1027 276 ; 40 655 



Backstrom C. Axel, Trenton, N. J., assignor to Backstrom Centrifuiai'Sen'a'rator'Coin 

pany, of New Jersey. Centrifugalliquid-separator ^°utiiiu ai aeparatoi Com- | 

Backstrom C. Axel, Trenton, N. J., assignor to Backstrom Centiifu-ai "Separator Com" I 
_ pany, of New Jersey. Centrifugal liquid-separator ° separator com- j 



046 Aug. 9 1029 277 



Aug. 9 1031 277 



368,049 

772 ! 
369,156 



Backstrom C. Axel, Trenton, N. = J., assignor" to Backstrom Centrifugal'Separat'or Com" 
pany, of New Jersey. Centrifugal liquid-separator . ° oepaiator com 

Backstrom Centrifugal Separator Company. (See Backstrom",' C." Axel," as'si *nor ") 

Backus, Absalom, Jr., Detroit, Mich. Furnace assizor.; 

Backus Absalom, Jr., Detroit, Micb. Locomotive-furnace 

Backus Manufacturing Company. (See Cissell, Robert B., assignor") " 
Backus Manufacturing Company. (See Murray, Peter, Jr., assfgnor ) 
^"^Manufacturing Com P an y of New Jersey. (See Murray, Peter, Jr., assignor., (Re- i 

Backus, Oscar J. San Francisco, Cal. Blower for stoves or grates ' 374 334 

Backus, Quimby S., Wmchendon, Mass. Radiator ,,T',„ 

Backus, Qnrmby S., Wincbendon, Mass. Heat-radiating mantel" " 374640 

Backus William T., Jr., Porlsmouth, Va. Apparatus for resweatn- tobacco , 370 846 

Bacon Alfred assignor to G. F. Bechmanu, F.t. Carnell, and S Allen PhOadeinhia" Pa" ) ' 
Mechanism for cutting double pile fabrics . ' - rnuaQel P ma > ^ a £ 359,048 



Aug. 

Aug. 

July 
Aug. 



9 1033 278 



9 1037 



5 
2606 



Bacon, Edward H., San Antonio, Tex. 



• 5 



Bacon; El^s S.^lbio^ nTyT' La^r-spike 6 for . V ? MdeS : """""""i^O 

Bacon & Harnsberger. (See Doolittle, George W., assignor.) V4J 

Bar™ nVZZ'^vfi?* ?'!?*- ^F^cture of artificial stone and cement ! 368 269 

Bacon, Henry S^ Milford, Mass. Metal-banding implement . . vm'fm 

Bacon, Joseph H Detroit, Mich. Angle-valve . . _ P . . ^'540 

Bacon, Randall G., e.t al. (See Root. Miles C. assizor) 371,541- 



- (See Root, Miles C, « 
Pa^eb^"^ I. . ° n .' Dgland - A PP aratus f «r cutting or dividing card-board 
Bacon, Walter R., London, England 
Bacon, Walter R., London, England. 



357,445 j 



Apparatus for numbering tickets 3 

Numbering apparatus 363 975 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Oct. 


6 

6 

13 

4 


232 
231 
688 
142 


Mar. 


8 


920 


Oct. 
Dec. 


25 

20 


2113 
1555 


Aug 
July 
Oct. 


16 

12 
18 


1360 

742 

1137 


Feb. 


8 


1006 


Mav 
May 


17 
31 


1598 
2726 



278 

2 

692 



62 

62 

181 

38.39 

(234 

(235 

, 543 

408 



40 



655 



40 056 
40 656 
40 656 



Bacon, Walter R, London, England. Cutting and delivering apparatus ! 37 



0,072 Sept. 27 1979 



Bade, Albert. (See Jacobson and Bade.) 

Bade, Gerrjt H., Austin, Nev. Station-indicator 

Bade, Gemt H., Austin, Nev. Station-indicator 



359,121 



B S-hold°er. aS E ':. aSS ! gn °. r . ° f .° De ' half t0 B ' F - <*& anif h! 6." Towles7 W^hingionVD. '6: ' 367 ' 58 ° 
Bader, Benjamin F. 



Mar. 
Aug. 



1014 
327 



Bader, William and B. F., Baders, 111 



(See Bader, William and B.F.) 



301,975 Apr. 26 2284 



Badger, Benjamin M^Su^t^ - 357,446 

ladled jWoSHW/"; C -' McCa11 ' Q-^gT." "Fifth-wheel." :.;;; $9 6 

Kindergarten apparatus for teaching arithmetic ! 357 889 

' ^, 1 ^" t t? g nt x Dutt p£_ 01, other produce package J 372J285 



Badgley, Eugene F., San Francisco, 



Badische Ani m and Soda Fabrik. (See Bohn, Rene, assignor ) 
Badische Anilm and Soda Fabrik. (See RSmer, Adolph assTgior ) 
Badlani, Edgar B„ San Francisco, Cal. Cable-r'ailway crossing and curve 



371,660 



Feb. 
Feb. 
May 
Feb. 
Nov. 



Oct. 18 



1008 

326 

2727 

1672 

3 



1302 



201 
296 

(265 
I 266 
419 
706 
T524 
! 525 
1 526 
(527 

262 
94 

594 

267 

87 

707 

435 

1 



40 
40 



41 
41 
41 
41 



3 

985 



1090 

1089 

1190 

29 



>38 ! 1078 



41 
41 

40 
40 
41 



436 
1365 

725 
148 
240 



} 



38 ; 617 



39 
39 



788 
1016 



40 ' 1428 



38 
40 

39 

3S 
38 
39 
38 
41 



1097 
514 

447 

617 

482 

1016 

751 

471 



338 | 41 273 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



13 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Baecker, Louis, Detroit, Mich. Printer's galley • 

Baer, Francis M. , Waco. Nebr. Ironing-board and clothes-rack 

Baer,' John D., Detroit, Mich. Corn-planter 

Baer, Leopold, San Francisco, Cal. Collar-button. ....- ..... 

Baer Lucien, and D. Kraemer, New York, N. T. Wall-paper or other fabric. 

Baer', Lucien, and D. Kraemer, New York, N. Y. Wall-paper 

Baeza Isidore L., et al. (See Homans, Charles A., assignor.) 

Bagaley, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of steel forgings 

Bagaley, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa Manufacture ot molds for casting 

Bagaley, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Bagaley, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa. 



Crane 

Machine for compressing and finishing circular metallic 



articles 



No. 



374,109 
366,894 
370,595 
357,358 
356,437 
369,157 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Bacaiev Ralph, and W. Hainsworth, Pittsburg, Pa. Metal-rolling machine.............. 

Bagger, Louis, assignor of one-half to A. Peterson, Washington, D. C. Primer for ignit- 
ing explosives 

Bagwell, Abner K. , Plainsburg, Cal. Lifting-jack 

Baiimann & Hoehn. (See Miles, Patrick J., assignor.) 

Bahr, Daniel. (See Bahr, Frederick A. and D.) 

Bahr, Frederick A. and D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Demijohn &c ... ... . ........ 

Bail, Philip V., assignor of three-fourths to B. Eiseman, J. W. Rowe, and W. Bail, St. Louis, 
Mo. Self-closing hatchway 

Bail, Simon, New York, N. Y. Horse-detacher 

Bail, William, et al. (See Bail, Philip V., assignor.) 

Bailey, Alexander S., Seney, Ga. Car-coupling 

Bailey, Benjamin T. (See Littell and Scofield, assignors.) 

Bailev, Benjamin T. (See Wolverton, George, assignor.) 

Bailey CharlesA., Middletown. Conn. Mold for ornamenting cake .- .. 

Bailey CharlesA., assignor to W. H. Chapman & Co., Middletown, Conn. Toy ------- -- 

Bailey, Charles A., Middletown, Conn., assignor to H. E. Taylor, New York, N. Y. Cap- 
lifter for coffins - - - - - ■--.-,: ;: 

Bailey Charles S., and W. P. Sheets, Princeton, Mo. Thill-coupling 

Bailey,' Columbus D., and J. J. Wester, Dexter City, Mo. Cotton-chopper 

Bailey, Franklin L., Boston, Mass. Engraver's ruling-machine 

Bailey, Gilbert L., Portland, Me. Bicycle-holder - - - - - - - 

Bailey Hannah C, TTtica, N. Y. Attachment for beds for invalids . . - . . - . . - 

Bailey Henry C. New York, NY.-, assignor to T. Porter, Montclair, N. J. Safety - 



Bailey, Henry 6!,' New York, N. Y., assignor to D. W. Ordiorne, Elizabeth, N.J. Um- 



brella-tie - 



Bailey, Henry C.^'New York, N. Y., and T. Porter, Montclair, N. J. ; said Bailey assignor 
to said Porter. Safety-pin - - - - - - - - - - - ■ - - - - - - - -. - - - - - - - - - 

Bailey, Henry E., assignor to J. Cox, Albany, N. Y. Apparatus for forcing beer, &c, 
from barrels, casks, &c - 

Bailey, Hiram M., Fairwater, Minn. Land-roller 

Bailey, Howard S. (See Hall and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Hugh Q., Nashville, Tenn. Show-case 

Bailey James &., Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Harrow and cultivator 

Bailey James G., Richmond Hill, Ontario. Canada. Making plow-colters. . . ... .....-...--. 

Bailey, John, assignor to Illinois Iron and Bolt Company, Carpentersville, 111. Drillmg- 

Bailey, John, assignor to Illinois iron and Bolt Company, Carpentersville, HI. Hydraulic? 

press - : - ' 

Bailey, John J., New York, N. Y. Instrument for curing meat 

Bailey John M., Lee's Summit, Mo. Combined pulverizer - 

Bailey, Mark, and J. Warner, London, England. Device for preventing the escape ot nox- 
ious fumes from batteries 

Bailey, Mark, and J. Warner, London, England. Primary battery 

Bailey, Michael B. (See Powers, Jesse, assignor.) 

Bailey, Pryce W., Seneca Falls, N Y. Extension-ladder ....... ... ... - 

Bailey, ReadeW., assignor to Robinson-Rea Manufacturing Company, Pittsburg, Pa. bruit- 
ing device for feed-tables of rolling-mills 

Bailey, Samuel R., Amesbury, Mass. Sleigh 

Bailey, Selden A., New London. Conn. Vehicle-spring 

Bailey, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Fire-proof partition 

Bailey, William H., assignor of one-half to R. Morgan, Pittsburg, Pa. Reheatmg-furnace 
for sheet iron or steel 

Bailey, Wilmot G., Burgettstown, Pa. Mechanical glass-blower 

Baily. Mifflin W., Pottstown, Pa. Heat-regulator 

Bain, Foree, Chicago, 111. Controlling valves by electricity 

Bain, Foree, Chicago, HI. Lubricator ... ............. ...... 

Bain, Robert E. M., assignor of one-half to E. W. Pike, St. Louis, Mo. Shutter for photo- 
graphic cameras - ; - • v * " v " " : 

Bainbridge, John, Trenton, N. J. Boiler-feeding and water-forcmg device 

Baines, John, Piqua, Ohio. Shelf-bracket 

Baird, George W., Hendersonville, N. C. Harness 

Baird, George W., U. S. Navy. Interchangeable boiler-feed and steam-trap 

Baird', George W., V. S. Navy. Steam-generator. . .. . ----- - -. . 

Baird, William C, Scarborough, assignor of one-half to J. W. Williams, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Lanir 



.amp 

Baird, William R. (S->e Crawford. Middleton, assignor.) 

Baisch, Fred, et al. (See Kees, Herman, assignor.) 

Baittinger, Charles L. (See Leiby and Baittinger.) 

Baker Adjustable Bearing Company. (See Baker, Jackson R., assignor.) 

Baker, Allen S., Evansville, Wis. Windmill v:,v; 

Baker, Archibald M., Bangor, Dak. Ter. Power-lifter for gram-drill hoes . 

Baker, Charles F., Boston, Mass. Sliank-stiffener 

Baker, Chauncey D., Chicago, 111. Electrical resistance-coil 

Baker, Chauncey D., Chicago, 111. 

Baker, Chauncev D., Chicago, 111. 

Baker, Clayton W., Jamestown, N. Y. Card-holder 

Baker. Delos R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Motor 



356,974 
357,303 
369,423 

371,813 
374,335 

359,491 
363,194 



372,951 

364,884 
372,287 

372,286 



360,753 
361,606 

363,312 
360,754 
364,746 

363,942 

369,494 

372,288 

357,890 

363,943 

357,891 

364,885 
365,773 

372,352 
358,321 
358,828 

366,366 

366,367 

365,895 
362,241 

363,880 
371,244 

375,250 

364,392 
355,855 
357,753 
369,680 

357,447 
360,552 
359.002 
356,024 
360,405 

370,673 
366,912 
361,111 
363,881 
368,641 
368,642 

355,908 



Nov. 29 
July 12 
Sept. 27 
Fell. 8 
Jan. 25 
Aug. 30 

Feb. 1 
Feb. 8 
Sept. 6 



Oct, 
Dec. 



Mar. 15 
May 17 

Nov. 8 

June 14 
Nov. 1 

Nov. 1 






2736 i 734 

742 ! 201 

1869 496 

883 232 

1637 ! 429 

2607 



Official 
Gazette. 



322 
819 
156 

1533 
233 

1542 
1599 

1006 

981 
4 



Governor for incandescent lights on arc circuits 
Commutator or electric circuit-breaker 



370,756 
361,040 
362,923 
368,804 

j 371,915 

375.328 
372,445 
366,551 



Apr. 5 
Apr. 19 

May 17 
Apr. 5 

June 14 

May 31 

Sept, 6 
Nov. 1 

Feb. 15 

May 31 

Feb. 15 

June 14 
July 5 

Nov. 1 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 8 

July 12 

July 12 

July 5 
May 3 

May 31 
Oct. 11 

Dec. 20 

June 7 
Jan. 11 
Feb. 15 
Sept. 13 

Feb. 8 
Apr. 5 
Mar. 8 
Jan. 11 
Apr. 5 

Sept. 27 
July 19 
Apr. 12 
May 31 
Aug. 23 
Aug. 23 

Jan . 11 



Oct. 4 
Apr. 12 
May 17 
Aug. 23 

Oct. 25 

Dec. 27 
Nov. 1 
July 12 



87 
212 
213 

45 

396 
62,63 

394 
420 



271 



258 
2 





<s> 


o 


« 

0h 


41 


1022 


40 


148 


40 


1407 


38 


594 


38 


335 


40 


985 


38 


482 


f 38 

40 


582 


1061 



504 
1734 

1749 
504 
760 

2664 

244 

5 

1673 
2666 
1674 

982 



101 

2278 

605 

839 

843 

193 
249 

2571 
722 



130 
447 

458 

130 

202 

f 691 

( 692 

69 

2 

435 

692 

436 

259 
2 

29 
601 
149 

226 

(226 

I 227 

49 

71 

668 
185 



38 
39 



ll 

39 
41 

41 



39 
39 

39 
39 
39 

1 39 

40 

41 

38 

39 

38 

39 
40 

41 
38 
38 

40 

| 40 

40 
39 

39 
41 



1556 408 ! 41 



251 

785 

1487 

512 

1009 
236 
864 

1036 
5 

1983 
1586 
1028 
2573 
1874 
1876 

874 



3 

935 

1220 

2112 

1692 

1665 

238 

1080 



70,71 
206 
390 
142 



39 

38 
38 
40 



267 38 

59 39 

219 | 38 

272 j 38 

2 39 



527 
425 
260 
668 
500 
500 

229 



1.2 
236 
325 
559 



40 

40 
39 

30 
40 
40 

38 



{3 }« 



320 
1090 

1202 

788 



664 

1279 
471 

471 

94 
339 

817 

95 

1240 

1004 

1080 
472 

751 
1005 

751 
1279 



490 

869 

1021 

166 

167 

38 
521 



150 
1365 

1136 
159 
716 

1142 

618 

46 

1068 

209 

3 

1429 
317 
196 
988 
833 
834 

177 



437 

66 

293 



41 


3 


39 


177 


39 


713 


40 


878 


41 


360 


41 


1395 


41 


515 


40 


215 



14 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Combined plow and pulverizer 

Drawing mechanism for spinning and twistin" 



Baker, E. Freeman, Orchard Park, N. Y. 

Baker, Elijah E., Carnbridgeport, Mass. 
machines, &c 

Baker, Ellis L. (See Baker, William H. and E. L.) 

Baker, Francis R., Birmingham, county of Warwick, assignor to Evered & Companv (lim- 
ited,) London, England. Lamp-burner 

Baker Francis R. Birmingham, county of Warwick, assignor to Evered & Com pany" dim' 
ited,) London, England. Lamp-extinguisher 

Baker, George A. (See Pershing, Henry A., assignor.) 

Baker, George B. (See Burk, Marshall B., assignor.) 

Baker, George C, Des Moines, Iowa. Mechanism for propelling vessels 

Baker, George E and W. H., Elkhart, Iud. Fire-kindler . 

Baker, George W., Wilmington, Del. Leather-staking machine 

Baker, Harry C, Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Stove-hole cover '. 

Baker Heater Company. (See Baker, William C, assignor.) 

Baker, Horace Z., Pawtucket, R. I. Adjustable runner for vehicles 

Baker, Jackson P., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Baker Adjustable Bearing ConYpany' 
NewYork, N. Y. Car-axle box " Jl 

Baker, Jackson P. J. Craig, and G. Singleton, Jersey City,' N. "j.";' "said Singleton assignor 
to said Baker and Craig. Pencil-sharpener 

Baker, Jacob M., Boston, Mass. Stair-pad 

Baker, Jacob M. Boston Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, "to American" Decorative 
Company, of Maine. Machine for embossing leather, paper &c 

Baker, Jacob S. (See Ritchel, Charles F., assignor.) 

and G. A. Prescott, Dover, N. J. Car-coupling 

and G. A. Prescott, Dover, N. J. Car-coupling \ 

Homer. La. Plow 

and G. F. Shevlin, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 



No. 



355,292 
372,056 



359,122 
359,123 



Baker, Jacob W 
Baker, Jacob W 
Baker, James E. 
Baker, James H. 
Baker, James H. 
Baker, James H. 
Baker, James M 
Baker, James S. 



358,425 
375,309 
372,507 
369,040 

362,242 

370,034 

370.001 
363,353 

366,755 



Date. 



Jan. 4 
Oct. 25 



Mar. 8 
Mar. 8 



Mar. 
Dec. 

Nov. 
Aug. 



355,909 
367.948 
372 103 

Steam-heater j 355,807 

355,808 
363,041 
355.854 



and G. F. Shevlin, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Steam-heater 

and G. F. Shevlin, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Pipe- vise. . 

assignor to J. Clough, Providence, R. I. Barber's chair 

et al. (See Byam, Eber C, assignor.) 

Baker, John, Chicago, 111. Nut-lock : ; , s , 

Baker, John, Muscatine, Iowa. Apparatus for heating and canning food i 369'4<M 

etal. (See Evans, W. Warrington, assignor.) 

Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Syringe 351; jgg 

New York, N. Y. Signal apparatus '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 367 019 

Paola, Kans. Signal for telephone-instruments 373,043 

Allentown, Pa. Rolling bars for an 



Baker, John A 
Baker, John C. 
Baker, John E. 
Baker, John M. 

Baker, John M, 



le-iron 374,770 

Baker, Oscar H, Farmington, Minn. Bed-bottom ' 36 i fi65 

Baker, Richard C, London, England. Nursing-bottle I <iw'nnR 

Baker, Samuel, Buffalo, N. Y. Whip-button ./////""".'.'.'.'.'.'".'. 364836 

Baker, Scipio E., Springfield, Ohio. Burial-casket ; '358,009 



May 3 

Sept. 20 

Sept. 13 
May 24 

July 19 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

May 

Jan. 

July 
Sept. 6 

Jan. 18 
July 26 
Nov. 15 

Dec. 13 

2fi 
2v 



Baker, Seth, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Baker, Stewart E., Binghamton, N. Y. Paper box 

Baker, Theodore, assignor to H. P. Mosher, Stillwater, N. Y, 



Baker, "William C, New York, N. Y. Gage-cock for boilers . . 
Baker, William C, assignor to Baker Heater Company, New York N. Y. 
steam -boilers 



Coffin-platform ! 356,237 | Jan 

'362,481 j May 

Paper-bag machine ! 373,876 ; Nov. 

368,441 Aug. 



Safety-vent for 



Apr. 
Feb. 
June 14 

Feb. 22 

18 

10 

29 
16 



Baker, William C, assignor to Baker Heater Company, New"York","N.'Y.""R*aiiway-car 

neuter ------...-...-......_.............. .._.... 

Baker, William H. (See Baker, George E. and W. if.) 
Baker, William H, Oxford, assignor of one-half to S. W. Smith, Pontiao, Mich. Draft- 
equalizer 367 ~39 

Baker William H., Oxford, assignor of one-half to S. W'Smith, Pontiac" Mich. Draft"-'] ' ' 

equalizer ! .™ ~,„ 

Baker, William H., Ithaca, and E. L. Baker, Syracuse, N.Y.' "Making fifth-wheel blocks.".' ' 3 73' 263 
Baker, William R., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago 111 i 

Gram-binder a 1357 140 

B ^ ke 5 w . 1111 <" 1 » K -' assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company " Chicago, 'iuij 

Butt-ad.iuster for gram-binders ^357,141 

Baker William R., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago "ill".? „„„ „ 

Mower _ ' " ' \; 361,607 

Baker William P., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago ill 

Bundle-earner for automatic grain-binders 

Baker William R., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company,' Chicago" ill! 

Bundle-carrier for grain-binders . 

Baker William R., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Companv, Chicago 111. 

Bundle-carrier for grain-binders ......... 

Baker, William R., and H E. Pridmore, assignors to" McCormick" Harvesting" Machine 

Company, Chicago, 111. Grain-binder 

Baker, William S. G., Baltimore, Md. Dust-guard for car-axle hoses 

Bakewell, Paul. (See Furrell, Edward W., assignor.) 

Bakewell, Paul. (See Ramel and Dean, assignors.) 

Balch, Samuel W. (See Smith and Balch.) = 

Balcom, Timothy, Worcester, and W. H. Allen, Jr., West Brook-field, Mass. Seamless 

upper for boots or shoes 

Balcom, Timothy, Worcester, and W. H. Alien, Jr.", "WestBroo'kfieYd" Mass." "Machine for? 

making seamless shoe-uppers 

Balcom, Timothy, Worcester, and W. H. Allen, jr., assignors of one-third to A-'n! Make 

peace, West Brookfield, Mass. Shoe 

Baldridge, Herman, Los Ad geles, Cal. Bridle-bit 



372,289 i Nov. 1 



374,336 ' Dec. 



Aug. 

Aug. 
Nov. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 



- 



Baldrige, George W., St. Louis, Mo. Type-writing machine 

Baldt, Frederick. (See Goettel, John, assignor.) 

J. Bald win, administratrix and assignor of three-fourths! 

Corset and mak- 



Baldwin, Albert O., deceased, L 

to J. S. C. Sowar and J. Bogle, Brazil. Tnd. Freight-car. 
Baldwin, Byron, assignor to Thomson, Langdon & Co., New York N Y 

ing the same 

Baldwin, Chester M., assignor of one-half to j. Nichols", Bronson" Mich, 



Whip-lock 



361,976 



361,977 

361,978 

370,304 
361,255 



361,478 ! 
362,699 



19 



26 



Sept. 20 
Apr. 19 



374,515 
365,958 

375,251 



370,720 



358.249 
373,713 



Apr. 
May 

Dec. 
July 

Dec. 



Sept. 27 



Feb. 
Nov. 



Monthly 
volume. 



03 



1904 



Official 
Gazette. 



491 



1016 , 262 

1017 : 202 



3 

1638 

325 

2450 

251 

1049 

• 988 
1810 



1 
429 



650 



71 



278 



260 
475 



1388 : 371 



875 
892 

1977 
711 
712 

1392 
783 

1823 
157 

1274 
1727 
1155 

858 

1835 

1835 

984 

1836 

1347 

583 



2403 
1597 



236 



229 
242 
508 
186 
I 186 
367 
206 

491 
46 

336 

465 

309 

(225 

$226 

475 

485 

259 

(485 

i486 

356 

f 163 

) 164 

(645 

(646 

426 



63 



38 



41 



38 
38 



38 
41 
41 
•40 

39 

40 

40 
39 

40 

38 
40 
41 
38 
38 
39 
38 

40 
40 

38 
40 
41 

}41 

39 

38 

39 

| 38 

38 

1 39 

H 
40 



SF 



398 



1098 
1098 



903 

1381 

532 

953 

522 

124S 

1228 
837 

279 

177 
629 
411 
147 
147 
74T 
159 

369 

1062 

258 
351 
701 

1224 

367 

787 

12h0 

787 

273 

591 

956 

772 



41 ; 472 



41 1091 



586 159 40 



587 
1485 

591 
593 

1733 

2284 



160 
392 



HSU 



152 
152 
153 

447 
) 448 
(594 
?595 

2286 ', 595 



10 
41 

38 

\ 3S 
^39 

|39 
39 



2289 . 596 39 



1420 
1254 



382 
320 



1552 
901 



490 
289 

1558 



2062 



2179 
2170 



402 
f 245 
?246 

128 

76.77 
(408 
I 409 

(546 
(547 

574 
580 



40 
39 



39 
^39 



41 
40 

]41 



561 

562 
762 

529 
530 

339 

447 

447 

448 

1318 
249 



305 
648 



1141 
55 

1365 



I 



40 1.1443 



38 
41 



850 
905 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



15 




Baldwin, Cyrus W., Tonkers, N. T., assignor to Hydraulic Elevator Company, Chicago, 
111. Brake apparatus for elevators 

Baldwin, Cyrus w., Tonkers, N. T., assignor to Hydraulic Elevator Company, Chicago,? 
III. Pumping-eugine - S 

Baldwin, Cyrus W., Tonkers, X. T., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. Speed-regulat-( 
ing device for engines 5 

Baldwin. Cyrus W., Tonkers, N. T., assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. Gas-engine 

Baldwin, Cyrus TV., Tonkers, N. T., assignor to TV. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. Gas-engine 



358,322 
368,442 

368,443 

368,444 

368,445 



Monthly 

volume. 



Feb. 22 2279 

Aug. 16 1597 

Aug. 16 1599 

Aug. 16 1601 

Aug. 16 1605 




Baldwin. Cyrus TV., Tonkers, N. T., assignor to TV. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. Governor 368,446 

Baldwin. Frank, New Tork, N. T. Seam-dampener 

Baldwin, Frank S., Detroit, Mich. Lumber-measure 

Baldwin, Franklin T., Baldwinsville, N. T. Tin-roofing machine 

Baldwin, Frederick P., Elmira, N. T. Buvnishing-machino for boots or shoes 

Baldwin, James H. (See Oehrle, Emanuel, assignor.) 

Baldwin, James S.. Newark, N. J., and B. TV. Bradford, Xcw Tork, XT. T, assignors to 

themselves and S. A. Farrand, Newark, N. J. Hot-air engine 

Baldwin, James S.. Newark, N. J., and B. TV. Bradford, New Tork, N. T., assignors toj 

themselves and S. A. Farrand, Newark, N. J. Engine deriving its power from the ex-: 

pansion of air or gas ; 

Baldwin, John A. (See Clay, Moses W., assignor.) 
Baldwin. Lizzie J., administratrix. (See Baldwin, Albert 0.) 

Baldwin, Luther C, Manchester, N. H. Spinning-bobbin, &c 

Baldwin, Ozro J., North Clarendon, Pa. Oil-well pump and scraper 

Baldwin, Kichard D., F. Doyle, and A. A. Thomas, Chicago, 111., assignors to J. TV. Traer, 

Cedar Bapids, Iowa, and said Baldwin. Furnace 

Baldwin, Stephen G., Marion, Ind. Creaming-can 

Baldwin, TVilliam J. (See Smith and Baldwin.) 

Baldwin, TVinfleld H., Norwalk, Conn. Dental plugger 

Bale, Jean. (See TVorms and Bal6.) 

Bales, Alanson H. and E. C, "Washington, Kans. Machine for weaving thatching 

Bales, Edward C. (See Bales, Alanson H. and E. C.) 

Bales, Joel F., assignor of one-half to J. S. Hiatt, Winchester, Ind. Whiffletree 

Bales, Thomas M., Dublin, assignor of one-half to TV. F. Medsker, Cambridge City, and J. 
F. Hatfield, Dublin, Ind. Door-bell 

Balestier, John A., trustee. (See Fogarty, Thomas B., assignor.) 
Baley, Amos. (See Dunlop and Baley.) 

Balkwill, Percy S., assignor of one-half to TV. J. Battle, Cleveland, Ohio. Crusher for ores. 

Ball, Albert. (See Essex and Ball.) 

Ball, Albert, assignor to Sullivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Core-breaker for 

annular rock-drills 

Ball. Albert, assignor to Sullivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Core-breaker for 

annular rock-drills - 

Ball, Albert, assignor to Sullivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Cop-building 

mechanism for ring-spinning trames '. 

Ball, Albert, assignor to Sullivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Prospecting or 

boring tube 

Ball. Albert, assignor to Sullivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Drill channeling- 
rachine 



359.003 
367,261 
373,215 
361,805 



355,633 
355,634 

366.196 
355,675 

374,285 

362,812 

356,221 

365,424 

373,328 
372,590 

370,002 



Aug. 16 

Mar. 8 
July 26 
Nov. 15 
Apr. 26 



Jan. 4 
Jan. 4 

July 12 
Jan. 11 

Dec. 6 
May 10 

Jan. 18 

June 28 

Nov. 15 
Nov. 1 

Sept. 13 



Ball, Albert, assignor to Sullivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Core catcher and 
breaker 

Ball, Alonzo C, Gallatin, Mo. Wagon-tongue support 

Ball and Socket Fastener Company. (See Carpenter, Daniel A., assignor.) 

Ball, Artemas E., Eushford, Minn. Seeding-machine 

Ball. Calvin S., Jr., Syracuse, N. T. Shutter-fastener 

Ball, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to C. A. Cheever, trustee, New Tork, N. T. 
Electric rock-drill 

Ball, Clinton M., Boston, Mass., and T. J. McTighe, New Tork, N. T. Mail-box indicator. 

Ball, Frank H., Erie, Pa. Engine-governing device 



356,438 
360,406 



Ball, Harry M. (See McArthur, Bobert X., assignor.) 
Ball, Hiram W., et al. (See Syverson, Carl, assignor.) 
Ball, Joseph TV. (See Plank, David C., assignor.) 
Ball, Madison H., et al. (See Syverson, Carl, assignor.) 
Ball, Phinehas. (See Ball, Sawyer, assignor.) 

Ball, Bobert, Stanton, Mich. Boad-eart 

Ball, Sawyer, Coloma, Mich., assignor to P. Ball, Worcester, Mass. 

comb and reed-hook - 

Ball, Thomas H. (See Florsheim, Simon, assignor.) 

Ball, Thomas W., Jersey City, N. J. Toaster 

Ballantine, Alexander T., Cleveland, Ohio. Dope-cup 
Ballantine, Alexander T., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Ballantine, Alexander T., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Ballantine. Alexander T., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Ballard, Frank TV., Eichburg, N. T. Cattl 



Weaver's combined 



Dope-cup 

Lubricator j 

Tobacco-package 

-stanchion 

Ballard, James, Wausau, assignor of two-thirds to F. Fellows and T. Best, Mosinee, Wis.?J 
Ax ?! 

Ballard, James W.. and H. L. Fisher, Toledo, Iowa, assignors to Howe Manufacturing^ 
Company. Ditching-machine } 

Ballard, John H, Jr., Cohoes, N. T. Apparatus for heating railway-cars 

Ballard, John J., Terrell, Tex. Cotton-chopper 

Ballard, John J., Terrell. Tex. Cotton-seed dropper 

Ballard, John T. (See Tous, John W., assignor.) 

Ballard, Luther W., Alliance, Ohio. Dental-engine brush 

Ballew, John O., Evansville, Ind. Apparatus for removing gum from saws 

Ballew, John C, Evansville, Ind. Guide for machines for "sawing hoops 

Ballew, John C, Evansville, Ind. Machine for sawing barrel- hoops 

Ballew, John C, Evansville, Ind. Machine for setting saws 



362.053 
363,574 

358,829 ' 



361,112 
362,700 

359,417 

360,755 
361,916 
371,916 
372,104 
368,180 

370,596 



Jan. 25 
Apr. 5 

May 3 

May 24 

Mar. 8 



1611 

865 
2060 

1101 
2029 



412 
450 

(;■>-; 

521 

156 
1060 

1324 
1781 

1583 

450 

990 



602 
(426 
) 427 
(427 
\ 428 
( 428 
)429 
(42.9 
I 430 
(430 
\ 431 
219 
562 



Official 

Gazette. 






38 I 869 



>10 



772 



10 773 



366,913 


July 


19 


1589 


366,914 


July 


19 


1590 


374,816 


Dec 


13 


924 


374,817 


Dec. 


13 


926 


374,818 


Dec. 


13 


927 


374,819 
357,892 


Dec. 

Feb. 


13 
15 


929 

1675 



1637 



3 

2134 



605 



Apr. 12 1029 
May 10 ! 903 



Mar. 15 
Apr. 5 
Apr. 26 
Oct. J5 
Oct. 25 
Aug. 16 

Sept. 27 



1438 
505 

2193 
1695 
1978 
1221 

1870 



370,518 , Sept, 27 i 1751 



366,445 
372,008 
372,009 

361,806 
358,323 
361,979 
372,446 

374,032 



July 12 
Oct. 25 
Oct. 25 

Apr. 26 
Feb. 22 
Apr. 26 
Nov. 1 



931 
1821 
1822 

2031 

2280 

2292 

239 



5 40 

| 40 

'-40 

38 
40 



376 41 
527 39 



122 



38 



( 122 \ 
X 123 \ 



38 



165 ' 40 

137 38 

-11 11 

2e8 39 

350 38 



773 



775 

1068 
417 
751 
401 



87 
89 



123 
111 



1077 
678 



268 



** *39 1449 



419 41 

121 41 



781 
555 



.'260 
261 

425 

425 

241 

242 

242 

242 
436 

429 
2 

1 
553 



>40 1229 



(149 I 
1 150 I 



40 

40 

41 

41 

41 

41 
38 

38 
39 

39 
39 

^38 



317 

317 

1236 

1237 

1237 

1237 

751 

335 



473 
900 

1021 



260 : 39 196 



246 39 



Ballinger, Levi G., East Liberty, Ohio. Vehicle-tire coupler I 367,581 Aug. 



Nov. 29 | 2621 
330 



367 

130 

568 

439 

508 

327 
(490 
X 497 
( 466 ) 
i 467 5 

254 

472 

472 



38 
39 
39 
41 
41 
40 

1 40 



649 

1182 
95 
432 
360 
411 
699 

1407 



40 1365 



527 

602 

590 

G7 

;703 

'704 

94 



40 
41 
41 

39 
38 
39 

41 

{41 



185 
383 
384 

401 
869 
448 
515 

999 



40 I 515 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM. THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



i T i>rae, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Ballintine, Charles L., et al. (See Livcngood, Winfield S., assignor.) 
Ballmann, John. (See Ping, Robert G., assignor.) 

Balloch, Charles, New York, N. Y. Telephone-cabinet f 359,492 

Balloch, Edward A., Washington, D. C. Resonant attachment for telephones I 370^847 

Ballon, Daniel B., et al. (See Powell, Edwin It., assignor.) 

Ballou, George K., Waltham, Mass. Drilling-fixture for lathes j 359,375 

Ballou, George F., Waltham, Mass. 

Ballou, George F., "Waltham, Mass. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



Work-clamp for slide-lathes . 
Gear-cutting device for lathes . 



Banker, George W 
Banker, George W 
Banks, Charles M. 



359,379 
359,380 
359,381 

356.238 



364,206 
372,353 



359,376 

359,377 

Ballou, George F... "Waltham, Mass. Graduating-machino 359,378 

Ballou, George P., Waltham, Mass. Work-holder for lathes 

Ballon, George P., Waltham, Mass. Bathe for turning balls, wheels. &c 

Ballou, George P., Waltham, Mass. Slide-lathe 

Baloun, Joseph. (See Lichtenberg and Baloun.) 

Balsar, David M., Duluth, Minn. System of blind-nailing 

Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company. (See Gardanier, George W., assignor.) 
Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company. (See Parish, Joseph W., assignor.) 
Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company. (See Larish and Maver, assignors.) 
Baltimore Can Manufacturing Company. (See Stevenson. William H. H.. assignor.) 

Baltzley, Henry H., Assumption, 111. Backwater and animal gate 

Baltzly, Stephen, Livingston, Cal. Whiffletree 

Bancroft, John S. (See Sellers and Bancroft.) 

Bancroft, John S., and W. Lewis, assignors to W. Sellers & Company, PhBadelphia, Pa.) 
Tumbler-hearing .' ^ 

Bancroft, William, assignor of one-half to Hopedale Machine Company, Hopedale, Mass. 

Lifting-wire for stop-motions of warping-machines 

Bane, William H., Gallipolis, Ohio. Crushing and grinding mill 

Banfield, Julia D., Boston, Mass. Garment-supporter 

Banfill, William C, Ipswich, Mass. Axle-lubricator 

Bang, Ivar A. F., and M. C. A. Rufiin, Paris, Prance. Apparatus for purifying crude spirit 

and regenerating the purifying agent 

Bang, Ivar A. P., and M. C. A. Kuffin, Paris, Prance. Purifying crude spirit 

Banger, George S., et al. (See Parker and Gunning, assignors.) 
Banghart, Andrew B. (See Treat and Banghart.) 

Bangley, Joseph L., Petersburg, Va. Car-heater 

Bangs, David E., Medford, Mass. Grate 

Banker, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Faucet for oil-cans 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Faucet and nozzle for cans 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Paint and paint compound 

deceased; E. J. Banks, Philadelphia, Pa., administratrix. Baby-car-? 



373,765 



368,050 
359,659 
355,369 
357,565 



Mar. 
Oct. 



Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

.Jan. 18 



June 7 
Nov. 1 



Nov. 22 



Aug. 9 
Mar. 22 
Jan. 4 
Feb. 15 



Official 
Gazette. 



15-15 
143 



395 
39 



38 
41 



1360 : 352 38 
1363 i 352 : 38 

1366 { I" ' 



38 



370.674 Sept. 27 

370.675 i Sept. ST 



367.093 

371,917 j 
359,704 
365.563 
369,385 j 

357,566 J 



Aug. 2 
Oct. 25 
Mar. 22 
June 28 
Sept. 6 

Feb. 15 



1374 ^m 1 38 



1382 
1384 
1387 



354 S 38 

354 i 38 

355 I 38 



1349 356 



13 
102 



2237 



1038 

1821 

103 

1204 

1984 
1986 



4 
30 



3d 



39 

41 



C599 h 
< 600 > 41 
(601 J 



279 

463 

28 

317 

528 
528 



40 
38 
38 
38 

40 
40 



1204 



Banks, Charles W., assignor to G. G. Thomson, Philadelphia, Pa. Spool-cradle for sew- 
ing-machines 

Banks, Ella J., administratrix. (See Banks, Charles M.) 

Banks, George, Oakfield, Mich. Seat for agricultural machines 

Banks, Henry F., Flagg, 111. Buckle 

Banks, Lyman, Muscatine, Iowa. Convertible cot 

Bannatyrie, Archibald, Waterhury, Conn. Clock-case 

Bannatyne, Archibald, assignor to Waterhury Clock Company, Waterhury, Conn. Bear- 



Banner, John W., Banner's Elk, N. C. Animal-shears 

Bannigan, Christopher J. (See Eicke and Bannigan.) 

Bannihr, Csesar R., West Cheshire, Conn. Button ornamenting and engraving machine . " 

Bannihr, Caesar R., West Cheshire, Conn. Yelocipede-handle-bar fastening 

Bannihr, Csesar R. , West Cheshire, Conn. Luggage-carrier for bicycles 

Bannister, Lemuel. (See Barclay, William C, assignor.) 

Bannister, Oscar B., Sandusky, Ohio. Wheel-hub 

Banta, George W., New Haven, Conn. Printer's copy-holder 

Banta, Henry J., Logansport. Ind. Brake for vehicles 

Bantley, Constantino. (See Northup, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Barager, Winfield S., and A. L. Long, Dalton, N. Y. Buckhoard-huggy 

Barbanson, John B. C, San Francisco. Cal. Lubricant 

Barber, Anna E., Brodhead, Wis. Fruit-preserver 

Barber, Arthur J., Auburn, assignor of one half to C. D. Gaylord, Sodus, N. Y. Reversi-? 

ble seat { 

Barber, Arthur J., assignor of one-half to C. D. Gaylord, Auburn, N. Y. Wrench '. 

Barber, Arthur J., Auburn, assignor of one-half to C. D. Gaylord, Sodus, N. Y. Car-window. 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company. (See Franke, Henry, assignor.) 

Barber, Charles E. , Plattsburg, N. Y. Sofa-bed 

Barber, Edward F. , Ionia, Mich. Boiler attachment 

Barber, Edwin J. (See AVhite, Thomas F., assignor.) 

Barber, James F., Broken Arrow, Ala. Harness 

Barber, James T., Hannibal, Mo. Device for binding together lumber, &c. (Reissue) 

Barber, Jerome M., and A. W. Lickly, Wright, Mich. Roofing-paint 

Barber, John C, St. Paul, Minn. Car-truck 

Barber, John D., Cleveland, Ohio. Feed-trough 

Barber, John W., ISewton, and A. Anderson, Boston, Mass. ; said Anderson assignor to said 

Barber. Paper-file 

Barber, Joseph G., Brodhead, Wis. Gate 

Barber, Joshua W., Lachland, III. Check-row attachment 

Barber, Orson F., Burr Oak, Kans. Harrow 



359,198 

357.059 
370,757 
358,528 
374,516 

356,521 
374,233 



f 317 

5 318 



Feb. 1 

Oct. 4 

Mar. 1 

Dec. 6 



Jan. 
Dec. 



25 



445 



176 
492 



118 

2 

41 

128 



357.264 Feb. 8 

363.354 I May 24 

363.355 May 24 

362,701 ! May 10 

357,893 Feb. 15 

360,195 , Mar. 29 



358,010 
359,418 
370,035 

368,270 

370,848 

371,245 



Feb. 22 
Mar. 15 
Sept. 20 

Aug. 16 

Oct. 4 

Oct. 11 



373,329 ; Nov. 15 ! 
357,894 1 Feb. 15 

I 
361,917 : Apr. 



10,817 
364,887 
370,758 
371,918 



Mar. 15 
June 14 
Oct. 4 
Oct, 25 



Barber, Orson R., assignor of two-thirds to L. E. Carpenter and G. B. Longstreet, Auburn, 
N Y. Fire-escape 

Barber, Thomas, Flathush, N. Y. Pulley-block hook 

Barber, Thomas, Flatbush, N. Y. Tool-holder 

Barbier, Henry. (See Wheeler and Barhier.) 

Barbour, Edwin S. (See Wood, Alfred, assignor.? 

Barclay, James A., assignor of one-half to G. B. Woodward, St. Paul, Minn. Automatic 
hatchway-guard 

Barclay, Peter, Winthrop, Mass. Safety water-gage 

Barclay, Peter, East Boston , Mass. Safety water-gage valve 



368,566 Aug. 23 

355,293 Jan. 4 

362,924 May 17 

361,853 Apr. 26 

370,759 ' Oct, 4 

364.079 May 31 

364.080 May 31 



1752 


456 


89 


22 | 


764 


199 


1811 


475 


1811 


476 


904 


246 


1676 


436 


2694 


680 


1838 


486 


1438 




1051 


278 


1361 


(358 
1359 


145 


39 


723 


(185 
i 180 


1585 


419 ! 


1677 


436 


2194 


569 


1724 


438 


985 




7 


2 


1697 


440 


1779 


473 


3 


1 


1220 


325 


2104 


546 


8 


3 


2 3 55 


741 


2856 


741 



38 
41 
38 
41 

38 

41 

38 
39 
39 



41 

41 



41 

38 



be 



1203 
29 

1169 
1169 

1170 

1171 

1172 
1172 

1172 

273 



1091 
490 



917 



657 

1270 

22 

665 

1429 
1430 



507 ; 139 40 546 

1696 : 439 41 | 361 

1890 I 480 • 38 ' 1283 

2001 | 521 , 39 1493 

105 ; 40 1053 



38 003 



Mar. 8 1110 , 289 ' 38 . 1115 



504 

4 

935 

1141 

357 
1064 

571 
837 
837 



39 649 

38 751 

38 1435 

38 787 

38 1183 

40 1248 

\ 40 725 



29 
150 



781 
751 



372,057 Oct. 25 
369,904 Sept. 13 
375,409 Dec. 27 



39 432 

38 1235 

39 ; 1280 
41 4 
41 361 

40 815 

38 3 

39 713 
39 415 

41 4 
39 1043 
39 1043 



1906 491 41 398 

832 220 ! 40 1201 

1709 463 1 41 1414 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



17 



AlpludwlU-ul liui of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Barclay William C, Wellsburg, W. Va„ assignor to L. Bannister, Chicago, 111. Pipe-joint, 

Bird Cephas L., San Buenaventura, Gal, Whip-socket, oilcan, and wrench 

Bird' Cephas L., San Buenaventura, Cal. Checkrein attachment - 

B u d' E Imund F. , New York, N. Y. Electric synchronizing attachment for clocks . . . . 

Bard! James II., assignor to American Wire Hoop Company, Jackson, Tenn. Machine for 

splicing who hoops for barrels, &c - 

Bardell, Allied, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pan, dish, or other utensil 

Bardcll, Alfred, Brooklyn, N. Y. Trowel or scoop 

Bardell, Alfred, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pan - 

Bardell, Alfred, Brooklyn, N. Y. Keed-organ 

Bardill, Maggie, Groton, Dak. Ter. WaskJioiler 

Bardin, John B., Fredericksburg, Ohio. Wagon-box ............. 

Bardo, Peter X. , and T. Ford, Newport, Ky. , assignors to Bourbon Copper and Brass Works, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Hydrant - - - - - -- - 

Bardonnaut, Paul E., Toulouse, France. Preventing noise occasioned by vibrations ot 

telegraph-wires - - - - 

Bardsley, James, and W. Phillips, Eagleville, Conn. Shuttle-guard for looms 

Bardsley, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Door spring and check 

Bardsley, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Door-knob 

Bardsley, William. (See Crofford, Warren K., assignor.) 

Barger,' Jacob, Laceyville, and J. S. Hilton, Deersville, Ohio. Machine-brake 

Barfo, JohnH. (See Wuterich, William F., assignor.) 

Barker. Alliston E., assignor to J. S. Taylor and L. T. Barker, Minneapolis, Minn. \\ ord- 

counter for type-writers :---.-:---; 

Barker, ElbridgeK, Milwaukee, Wis. Alarm-tag for druggists bottles 

Barker, Erastu's B., New York, N. Y. Adjustable plate-holder for photographic cameras 
Barker, Erastus B., assignor to E. &. H. T. Anthony & Company, New York, N "" 

tographic-paper-roll holder - 

Barker, Francis C, Dublin, Ireland. Chromatic-printing machine 

Barker, 

Barker, 

Barker, 

Barker, 

Barker, 

Barker, 

Barley, 

Barley, 

Barley, 

Barley, 

Barlow, 

Barlow, 

Barlow, 

Barlow, 

Barlow, 

Bailow, 



Y. Pho- 



Howard E., et al. (See Beausejour, Frgel, assignor.) 

Irving, Braidwood, 111. Self-lubricating car-wheel 

JeduthcunP., Kalamazoo. Mich. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Joseph H., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of rock-candy in bars or sticks 

Lester T., et al. (See Barker, Alliston E., assignor.) 

William C, Clarksville, Mo. Cultivator - 

James H., et al. (See Neff, Joseph B., assignor.) 

James H., Sedalia, Mo. Harrow 

James H. , Sedalia, Mo. Harrow 

Thomas K., et al. (See Neff, Joseph B., assignor.) 

John H., New Haven, Conn. Cartridge implement 

John H., New Haven, Conn. Cartridge implement 

John T., Jacksonville, Fla. Harness 

Joseph C., Quincy, 111. Anchor for check-row planters 

Joseph C, Quinc'v, 111. Anchor for check-row corn-planters 

Thomas L. , Boston, assignor of one-half to F. Mclntyre, Quincy, Mass. Window- 



awnmg 

Barlow, Warren S., Paterson, N. J. Door-check 

Barlow, Warren S., Paterson, N. J. Door-spring - - ----.- - 

Barnaby, Charles W., assignor of one-half to Buckeye Engine Company, Salem, Ohio. 
Steam-engine valve - - - - - - -. - - 

Barnaby, Charles W., assignor of one-half to Buckeye Engine Company, Salem, Ohio. 
Steam-engine governor 

Barnard, Ambrose E., Allegheny, Pa. Anvil for steam-hammers 

Barnard, Charles S., Ansonia, Conn. Suspension device for lamps and other articles 

Barnard, David C, and E. L. Wallace, Lockport, N. Y. Washing-machine 

Barnard, Edward. (See De Nisi, Don A., assignor.) 

Barnard, Edward, Rome, N. Y. Harness-loop 

Barnard, George A., Hartford, Conn. Heating apparatus - 

Barnard, George D. (See Knapp, Edward, assignor.) 

Barnard, Heman A., Moline, 111., assignor to Barnard &. Leas Manufacturing Company. 
Roller-mill - - - - - - - - .- - - - 

Barnard. Heman A., and J. B. Cornwall, assignors to Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Moline, 111. Middlings-purifier 

Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Barnard, Heman A., assignor.) 

Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Barnard and Cornwall, assignors.) 

Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Cornwall, John B., assignor.) 

Barnard, William T., et al. (See Selden, Charles, assignor.) 

Barnard, William T., Baltimore, Md., assignor to himself, F. Van Rysselberghe, Brussels, 
Belgium, and C. Selden, Baltimore, Md. Telegraphy 

Barnert, Nathan, et al. (See Fyfe, Alexander, assignor.) 

Barnes, Albert A. (See Meigs, Edmund H., assignor.) 

Barnes, Asa, Dover, N. C. Guano-distributing cart 

Barnes, Charles A., Liverpool, N. Y. Pipe-cutter 

Barnes, Charles E., assignor to W. Meehan, Boston, Mass. Machine for making cordage. 

Barnes, ^Charles J. (See Sampson, John H., assignor.) 

Barnes, Charles M., and W. S. Hill, Boston, Mass. Picture-hanging device 

Barnes, Charles T., Chicago, HI. Fire-box lining for stoves, furnaces, &c 

Barnes Company, W. F. & John. (See Barnes, William F„ assignor.) 

Barnes, Cortez E., Reed City, Mich. Device for aligning steam-engines 

Barnes, David, Chicago, 111. Fire-ladder apparatus 

Barnes, David J., Fort Atkinson, Wis. Stanchion - 

Barnes, George B., assignor to Lantern Globo Company, Bellaire, Ohio. Globo, chimney. 



No. 



365,425 
367,497 
368,4-17 

3u!),3Mi 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



O'hcial 
Gazette. 



June 28 1783 

Aug. 2 210 

Aug. 16 | 1613 

Sept. 6 j 106 



350,004 Mar. 
356,343 ! Jan. 
Jan. 

Sept. 

Nov. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



350,344 
369,832 
373,714 
357,895 
358,588 

365,896 



355,753 
332,508 
366,711 
373,632 

360,080 



302,596 
3.i,661 
356,567 

367,176 
373,426 



372,290 
366,063 
363,195 



373,427 

360,407 
304,331 

364,747 
369,833 
368,747 
367,582 
373,170 

355,370 
365.224 
367,020 



July 5 

Jan. 11 

Nov. 1 

July 19 

Nov. 22 

Mar. 29 



May 10 

Oct. 18 

Jan. 25 

July 26 

Nov. 22 

Nov. 1 

July 5 

May 17 



866 

1503 I 

1504 j 
714 

2171 
107.-' 
264 | 

194 

035 
326 

1326 
2057 



464 
60 

431 
32 

220 
395 
395 
192 
581 
437 
61 

49 

1C5 
90 

356 
548 



2506 i 637 



745 
1304 



206 
338 



1821 ! 476 



1946 
1742 

9 

429 

1600 



525 
(461 
}462 

3 

I 117 
! 420 



Nov. 22 i 1744 462 



Apr. 
June 



364,207 

367.330 
357.546 
357,142 
371,730 

368,271 
375.593 



June 14 
Sept. 13 
Aug. 23 
Aug. 2 
Nov. 15 

Jan. 4 
June 21 
July 26 

June 7 

July 20 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 1 
Oct. 18 



166 

762 
714 

2034 
330 

1344 

104 
1474 
1728 

14 



202 ! 
192 
539 I 
94,95 
357 

28 
389 
465 



2178 I 586 

1163 305 

596 i 153 

1416 i 366 



Aug. 
Dec. 



1130 ; 295 



364,984 June 14 



374.388 Dec, 6 ; 306 |81, 82 



1364 
2024 



359 
526 



360,844 



Apr. 12 I 633 168 



366,915 July 19 I 1592 426 
365.564 June 28 ! 2002 522 
300,064 ' July 5 430 117 



365,426 : June 23 
3U.165 Oct. 11 



1784 
617 



374,168 ! Dec. 
350,088 ! Jan. 
360,265 Mar. 



I 

(i 12 

18 ] 1142 

29 279*3 



&c . 



372.509 I Nov. 1 



Barnes, George L., North Haven, Conn. Sash-fastener 

Barnes, Henry D., New Haven, Conn. Screw-plate 

Barnes, John C. (See Chestnut, John W., assignor.) 
Barnes, John E. (See Slater, George L., assignor.) 

Barnes, John L., Columbia City, Ind. Cider-press 

Barnes, John W., Union City, Ohio. Window-shade fixture. 
Barnes, Jonathan. (See Ken you, Barnes, and Kenyon.) 

Barnes, Joshua, Brooklyn, N. Y. Confectionery 

Barnes, Monroe. B'.oomiugton, III. Road-cart 

2 PAT 



366.756 
369,158 



July 
Aug. 



327 
13.-9 
2608 



357,448 Feb. 8 1010 
363.791 May 31 2448 



464 
158 



(303 

$304 

712 



90 
372 
692 



268 
636 



304.332 June 7 170 47 
373,033 Nov. 22 2058 548 



39 
in 
40 
40 

33 
38 
33 
40 
41 
38 
33 

40 

33 
41 

40 
41 

38 



39 
41 
38 

40 
1 41 

41 
40 
39 

41 

39 
39 

33 
40 
40 
40 
41 

33 
39 

40 

39 

40 
38 
38 

41 

40 
41 



39 



1449 
492 
776 

1053 

1068 
303 
303 

1178 
905 
751 
952 

33 

134 
532 
263 
881 

1401 



619 

273 
370 

391 
821 

472 

81 

788 

821 

4 
1120 

1240 

1173 
864 
515 
736 

22 

1330 

351 

1091 

436 

647 
530 
297 

726 
1463 



1306 
1105 



126 



318 
1493 



1449 
130 

1048 

235 

1455 

533 

279 

40 I 985 



38 
39 



39 
41 



61? 
965 



1121 

;-l 



18 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



B m 1? ,?' "^ es ! e y Y " ^?^ Yo & as . si £ nor t0 B - C Kirk, T. T. Taber, Glen Cove, and W. A. 

Miller, Oyster Bay, NY. Plastic composition for insulating electric wires, &c. . 
Barnes, William F., Rockford, 111. Metal- turning lathe 



Telephone- transmitter. 
Telephone-receiver 



Barnes, William F., assignor to W. F. & John Barnes Company," Eockford ' ill " Grind. 

stone-frame J ' "»■■"" 

Barnet, Henry C, Easton, Pa. Fence 

Barnett, Charles C. (See Hall and Barnett.) 

Barnett, G. & H. (See Gleadall, Edwin, assignor.) 
Barnett, James, Louisville, Ky. Core=stand. '. . 

Barnett, William S., et al. (See Randall, Joseph S., "assignor j 

Barney, Everett H, Springfield, Mass. Fastening device for skates 
Barney, Everett H-, Springfield, Mass. Skate-fastening 

Barney, Everett H, Springfield, Mass. Skate-fastening " 

Barney, Everett H, Springfield. Mass. Center-board fitting for boats 
Barney, James E., Hyde Park, Mass. Compound ventilating wheel or fan 

!»™ y ' ^ a r tm f Y \ f ssi S? or ^°ne-half to D - M - H 3' nds . Chicago, 111. Rubber shoe '.""'. 

Barney, R. Lester, S wanton, Vt. Buckle 

Barney, William C, assignor to J. C. Reiff, New* York "n" Y 
Barney, AYilliam C, assignor to J. C. Reiff, New York' n' Y 
Barnbard, Rubin, New York, N. Y. Neckscarf 

Barahart Brothers & Spindler. (See Rettig, George assignor )" " 

Barahart, Daniel K., Gaines, Pa. Honey-section for bee-hives 

Barahart, Frank, Warren, Pa. Composite burner for fuel-gas 

Barnhart, Henry M. (See Huber, Barnhart, and Kin" ) 

Barnsback, Ninian E., and G. A. Bush, Valley Falls. Kans. Feed-rack 

Barnsdale, Elijah K., Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Wire-fence advertiser 

Barnum, Virgil*. (See Howe and Fry, assignors.) 

Barnum, William W.. Indianapolis, Ind. Mosquito-canopy .. 

Barnwell, Valentine T., Atlanta, Ga. Musical instrument' 

Baron, Bamber. (See Ken yon and Baron.) 

Baron, Charles S. S., Bellaire, Ohio. Dinner-pail 

Barr, George, La Center, Wash. Ter. Rotary engine 

Ban-, Samuel, McCausland, Iowa. Device for converting motion -.-..-.....!......... 

Barr, Samuel W., Mansfield, Ohio. Cash-carrier apparatus 

Barr, Samuel W., assignor of one- fourth to W. H. Albach, Mansfield, Ohio. Package-car- 
rier & 



No. 



371,-400 

357,567 

367.331 
369,627 



Date. 



Month ty 
volume. 






July 26 
Sept. 6 



359,060 i Mar. 22 



358.716 
359,493 
361,113 
362,702 
356,439 
369,760 
374.033 
357,359 
357,360 
357,754 

356,817 
365,959 



Barr, William, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Addressing-machine 

Barr, William M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Piston... 

Barrath, Edward assignor of one-half to V. E. Knecht, Cincinnati, Ohio.' " Coal-hod 

Barrell, William L. (See Adams and Barrel!) 

Barrett, Charles E., Brattleborough, Vt., assignor to R. F. Hawkins, trustee, Springfield 
Mass. Speed-regulator * s ' 

Barrett, Charles F. (See Barrett, Robert M. and O. *f") 

Barrett, Daniel P. , Oakland, Cal. Windmill 

Barrett, Edward L. (See Barrett. Edwin L. and E. L~) 

Barrett, Edwin L. and E. L., assignors to E. L. Barrett & Sons, Springfield, Ohio. Elec- 
tion-book 

Barrett, Frank W., assignor of one-half to F. i". Dar'row" & Co., Minneapolis Minn." ' Thiil'- 

couphng 

Barrett, John A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone-annunciator 

Barrett, John A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Annunciator and shunt-circuit therefor 

Barrett, John A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric battery 

Barrett, John A., New York, N. Y. Galvanic battery . 

Barrett, John A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Western Electric Company," Chicago ill" 

Cable-hanger ' J ' 6 ' 

Barrett John A., assignor to Railway Telegraph Company, New York :N Y Raiiwav- 

car telegraphy J 

Barrett, Robert M. and C. F., Wooster, Ohio. Axle-box 

Barrett, Sidney H., assignor to R. F. Hawkins, trustee, Springfield," Mass. " Pipe-conp- 



375.329 
363,792 



Barrett & Sons, E. L. (See Barrett, Edwin L. and E. L., assignors ) 

Barn, Martin, Cambridge, Mass. Pneumatic cash-carrier 

Barrie, Samuel S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic reversino-^ear 

Barrie, Samuel S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Centrifugal machine • 

Barron, Ernest R assignor to J. Densmore, New York, N. Y." 'Type-writing machine 

Barron, Walter J., New York, N. Y., assignor to A. Densmore, Meadville Pa. 

writing machine 

Barrow, Marion J., New Bloomfield, Mo. Motor 

Barrow, Thomas E., Mansfield, Ohio. Cnff-fastener ''"""""""""""""'"'""_".'.']"."" 

Wall-protecting attachment for furniture . 

Ash-sifter 

Sand-car 



358,639 
357,168 

364,567 
367,177 
358,529 

357,449 

358,717 
362,143 
372,058 
371,023 

369.272 

357,652 

369,312 



365,722 
358,250 
360,266 
374,862 
374,863 



Mar. 1 

Mar. 15 

Apr. 12 

May 10 

Jan. 25 

Sept. 13 

Nov. 29 

Feb. 8 

Feb. 8 

Feb. 15 

Feb. 1 

July 5 

Dec. 27 
May 31 

Mar. 1 
Feb. 8 

June 7 
July 20 
Mar. 1 

Feb. 8 

Mar. 1 
May 3 
Oct. 25 
Oct. 4 

Aug. 30 

Feb. 15 

Sept. 6 

June 28 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 29 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 13 



358,140 Feb. 22 



Type- 



assignor to Brooklyn Railway Supply Company, 



Barrows, Frederick, Haverhill, Mass. 
Barrows, Julius L., Port Huron. Mich. 
Barrows, William H, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Barrows, William H, Norwich, Conn.. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Snow-sweeper 

Barry, John, New York, N. Y. Clinical thermometer 

Barry, John C, Cortland, N. Y. Spring-vehicle . 

Barry, Thomas D., Randolph, Mass. Boot or shoe 

Bartel, Louis. (See Vierheller, Louis, assignor.) 

Bartb, John H, Terre Haute, Ind. Lamp for decorating and illuminating purposes 

Barthelemy, A., et al. (See Malancon. Egisippe D., assignor ) =11 

Bartholomew, Albert L., et al. (See Neal, Andrew J., assignor ) 
Bartholomew, Arson B., Wallingford. Conn. Spool-holder P 

Bartholomew, Cassins M., Newark, Ohio. Mechanical toy 

Bartholomew William assignor of two-thirds to R. W. Flack and" j.' M. Smith," Springfield' 

Ohio. Clothes-sprinkler v s ' 

' B r I entifftrn" U fans lld *' Nichte ''' Scranton > ?«'■' Maohhaefor' recording the "revolutions" of 

Bartlett, Amasa M , and' J L.'Touh'y " East Marshneid.'Mass" ' Dinner-pail" ""'"'"' " 

Bartlett, Charles H., South Bend, Ind. Book holder and cover 

Bartlett, Fred B. (See Bartlett, Persons and F. B.) 

Bartlett, Frederick. (See Chapman and Eustice, assignors ) 
ville' Pa^Potato m^r 6 "" 15 " aSsignor of two -t*irds to B. F. and W. H. Edwards, Titus- 



359,990 
374,234 

374,169 

367,741 
363,501 
373,577 
360,133 

361,114 

375.410 

I 372.887 

365.225 

! 366,065 

I 370,232 

j 370.231 
358,141 
358,530 
360.756 

373,958 



366,552 

370,305 



Mar. 29 
Dec. 6 

Dec. 6 

Aug. 2 
May 24 
Nov. 22 
Mar. 29 

Apr. 12 
Dec. 27 
Nov. 8 
June 21 
July 5 
Sept. 20 

Sept. 20 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 1 
Apr. 5 

Nov. 29 



July 12 
Sept. 20 



356,440 : Jan. 25 

374,820 I Dec. 13 

365.457 j June 28 
362,925 May 17 



Oct. 1 1 953 
Feb. 15 1 1207 



Oflicial 
Gazette. 



318 



2182 
438 



1823 

443 
1510 
1030 

905 
1639 

620 
2624 

883 

885 
1488 

101 
290 

1660 
2449 

325 
635 

515 

1948 
177 

1012 



444 

123 

1908 

424 

2753 

1333 



2231 

2181 

2798 

990 

991 

2034 

2345 
90 

15 

588 
2030 
1979 
2602 

1031 
1770 

915 
1476 

432 
1326 

1326 
2635 

178 
507 



pS6 \1 
I 587 \ I 



122 



463 

107 
395 
260 
246 
430 
167 
704 
232 
233 
390 



41 
38 

40 

40 






193 
666 

436 

1118 



33 1270 



38 
38 
39 
39 
38 
40 
41 
38 
38 
33 



29 j 38 

77 40 



437 

030 

78 
165 

139 

525 

41 

S 268 
(269 

108 

37 

491 

106 



41 
39 



38 

38 



I' 



734 
35 



351 



2,3 

581 
575 
712 
259 
259 

535 

591 
22 



986 

1203 

197 

649 

336 

1160 

1000 

594 

594 

716 

442 
55 

1395 
966 

964 
547 



39 1185 

40 392 



38 
J38 

38 
39 
41 
41 

I 40 

38 

40 

39 

38 
38 
41 
41 



935 
018 

986 

497 

398 

84 



1014 
687 

1036 

1534 
850 
1455 
1248 
1248 



38 822 



38 
41 



1371 
1064 



160 


40 


529 


39 


525 


41 


060 


38 


260 


39 


464 


41 



247 
389 
118 
354 

354 

535 

42 

131 



41 1049 



562 

880 

865 

1418 

197 
1415 

648 

1380 

82 

1299 



41 
39 
40 
40 



40 1299 

38 822 

38 935 

39 95 



2518 677 



41 



978 



1086 
1421 

1640 

931 .' 

1831 
1222 



293 
3S2 



40 216 
40 1318 



430 38 336 

243 \ il ™ 

476 39 1458 

326 39 714 



>53 . July 12 , 1087 294 40 216 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



19 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bartlett, George H., and J. A. Johnson, Madison, "Wis. Mowing-machine 

Bartlett', George "W., Clifton Forge, Va. Lubricator 

Bartlett, Henrv A., Philadelphia, Pa. Bottle for blacking, mucilage, &c . 

Bartlett Henry F., assignor to J. B. Carson, S. A. and S. C. Haseltiue, E. B. Lloyd, and 
M. .!". Bartlett, Springfield, Mo. Casing for burners ....... 

Bartlett, Henry F., assignor to J. B. Corson, S. A. & S. C. Haseltme, E. B. Lloyd, and M. 
J. Bartlett, Springfield, Mo. Oven 

Bartlett, James F., Cleveland, Ohio. Brush 

Bartlett, James F., Cleveland, Ohio. Buckle ......... 

Bartlett, James F., assignor of one-half to J. D. Palmer, Cleveland, Ohio. Fastening de- 
vice for shipping-cases - -- 

Bartlett, Jesse H., Scott City, Bans. Apparatus for drawing water from wells 

Bartlett, Joel A., et al. (See Teed, Eanior A, assignor.) 

Bartlett, John AT., assignor to Moline Plow Company, Molme, 111. Cotton planter 

Bartlett, M. J., et al. (See Bartlett, Henry F., assignor.) „,,,,,., 

Bartlett, Marcus M., assignor to North Wayne Tool Company, Hallowell, Me. Hay-kmie. 

Bartlett, Persons and F. 13., Laconia, N. H. Stocking and manufacturing the same 

Bartlett,' William A., and S. Childs. Medway, Mass. Coal-sieve 

Bartlett, William I)., Amesbury, Mass. Furnace 

Bartley, George, Cleveland, Ohio. Mail-tag - 

Bartliff, Charles A., Memphis, Tenn. Joint for extension-handles 

Barton, Aimer W. (See Brainard and Barton.) 

Barton Bell Compan v. (See Brainard and Barton, assignors.) ■ 

Barton, Charles C, New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to C. A. Kenney, London, Eng- 
land.' Apparatus for maiutainin g a proportional flow of liquids 

Barton, Charles C, New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to C. A. Kenney, London, Eng- 
land.' Apparatus for maintaining a proportional flow of liquids 

Barton, Elijah C, East Hampton, Conn. Gong-bell 

Barton, George A., Walton. N. Y. Wheel ...... ... 

Barton John W., Blue Bapids, Bans. Combined domestic boiler and heating-drum 

Barton, William H. H., Brockton, assignor to E. W. Upton, H. G. Kice, Peabody, and H. 
Torrey, Hancock, Mass. Furnace-damper -, ........ 

Barton. 'William H. H., Brockton, assignor to E. W. Upton, H. G. Bice, Peabody, and H. 
Torrey, Hanover, Mass. Thermostat - - 

Bartow, Samuel B., Jr., Fitchburg, Mass. Tray attachment for bedsteads 

Barwick, Thomas J., near Thoiuasville, Ga. Shovel-plow 

Basch, David, New York, N. Y. Ear-muff 

Basch, David, New York, N. Y. Bustle 

Basch, David, New York, N. Y. Cough remedy 

Basch, David, assignorto I. B. Kleinert, New York, N. Y. Ear-muff 

Basch, David, assignor to I. B. Kleinert, New York, N. Y. Ear-muff -- 

Basch Henry L., Passaic, assignor to G. Feder, Paterson, N. J. Combined coat and vest. 

Bascom, Austin T., assignor of one-half to J. W. Skillen, Sidney, Ohio. Newspaper-told-, 
ing machine - - 

Basim, Henry T., Decaturville, Ohio. Feed mechanism for saw-mills 

Basim, Henry T.. Decaturville, Ohio. Saw-mill dog - ,--,-•■-,- 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-half to H. D. Blakeslee, Buffalo, N. Y. Pad check-hook 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-fourth to W. L. White, Buffalo, N. Y. Snap-hook. . . 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-fourth to W. L. White, Buffalo, N. Y. Clamp 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-fourth to W. L. White, Buffalo. N. Y. Buckle ...... 

Basinger, James M., assignor of one-half to W. L. White, Buffalo, N. Y. Whiffletree-hook 

Basket, James M. (See Alston and Basket.) 

Basnett, Philip S. , Basnett, W. Va. Gate 

Bason, Thomas, Englewood, 111. Door-latch 

Bass, Charles A.. Cicero, 111. Automatic regulator for air-hrakes 

Bassett, Charles F., Hillsdale, Ind. End-gate 

Bassett, Edgar S., Cadillac, Mich. Apparatus for heating dwelling-rooms, public buildings, 




372,354 
375,310 
372,737 

367,583 

373,428 
3fi2,351 
365,226 

355.497 
362.352 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 




Aug. 2 

Nov. 22 
May 3 

June 21 

Jan. 4 
May 3 



334 

1745 
386 

1477 

262 

388 



365,041 : June 21 1213 



350,124 i 

355,910 I 
369,223 ! 
363,977 j 
359,049 I 
367,584 



Mar. 8 
Jan. 11 
Aug. 30 
May 31 
Mar. 8 
Aug. 2 



1018 

876 

2689 

2728 

922 

335 



371,166 : Oct. 11 \ 618 



&c. 



Bassett, Francis P., et al. (See Campbell, William, assignor.) 

Bassett, George, Chicago, 111. Ornamental transparency 

Electric valve mechanism for water-mains. 

Operating 
mechanism for hydraulic elevator- valves 
Bassett, Norman C, assignor to W. E. Hale, Chicago, 111. Electric igniter for gas-en- 



Bassett, George B., Watertown, N. Y. 

Bassett, Norman C, assignor to Hydraulic Elevator Company, Chicago, 111. 



gines - 

Bassett, B. M., et al. (See Wheeler, Mary E.. assignor.) 

Bassett, BoyalM., Birmingham, Conn., and T. F. Stevenson. Brooklyn, N. Y. Vulcaniz- 
ing rubber belts, packing, &c 

Bassett, T. S., et al. (See Wheeler, Mary E., assignor.) 

Basslord, Isaac. (See Fisher. Otis G., assignor.) 

Bastet, Louis, South Orange, N. J., assignor to W. Boherts, Waltham, Mass. Composition 
for waterproofing paper - 

Bastian, Albert D., Lyons, assignor of one-half to W. Fegley, Ovid, N. Y. Storm-apron 
for carriages 

Bastian, Gottlob. (See Bastian, Jacoh, assignor.) 

Bastian, Jacob, assignor to G. Bastian, Dansville, N. Y. Sash-balance 

Bataille, Achille. New York, N. Y. Folding gate or door 

Batavia Wheel Company. (See Sweet, John M., assignor.) 

Batchelder, Edwin F., Concord, N. H. Ice-velocipede 

Batcheldcr. Hazen J., Norwich, Vt., assignor to Victor Horse Shoe Company, Concord, 
N. H. Machine for rolling horseshoe-bars 

Batchelder, Hazen J., Waterbury, Vt., and T. S. Very, Boston, Mass., assignors to said 
Very. Horseshoe-machine - 

Batchelder, James H., St. Louis, Mo. Feeding mechanism for egg-case machines 

Batchelder, John M., Cambridge, Mass. Submarine signal - 

Batchelder, John P. (See Leonard, Franklin, assignor.) 

Batchelder, John S. (See Lawrence and Batchelder.) 

Batchelder, William W., New York, N. Y. Oil-heater for stoves 



371,167 
361,807 
369.579 
356,345 i 

364,888 

371,121 
355,911 

369,905 
358,718 
367,585 
372,952 
360,985 
375,594 
I 375.5J5 

368,805 

360,267 

360,268 
i 367,587 

356,268 
! 359,833 

361,980 
j 368,051 

362,703 

\ 366,808 

! 358,142 
361,854 

374,235 
i 
; 363,356 

365,040 

: 359,551 
' 359,552 



Oct. 11 
Apr. 26 
Sept. 6 
Jan. 18 



620 
2031 

366 
1505 



June 14 i 986 



Oct. 4 
Jan. 11 
Sept. 13 
Mar. 1 
Aug. 2 
Nov. 8 
Apr. 12 
Dec. 27 
Dec. 27 

Aug. 23 

Mar. 29 
Mar. 29 
Aug. 2 
Jan. 18 
Mar. 22 
Apr. 26 
Aug. 9 

May 10 

July 19 

Feb. 22 
Apr. 26 

Dec. 6 

May 24 
June 21 



554 

877 

833 

445 

335 

1007 

845 

2027 

2027 

2112 

2801 
2803 
337 
1382 
2090 
2293 
1040 

906 

1453 

2035 
2105 

91 

1812 
1210 



95 

462 
107 
389 

70 
107 

320 

263 
229 
714 
707 
235 
95 



158 

^158 
528 
101 
395 

259 

141 
230 
221 
108 
95 

216 

526 
526 
559 
560 
712 
713 
96 
366 
528 
597 
279 



Official 
Gazette. 



41 491 

41 1381 

41 j 606 

40 ! 515 



41 
39 
39 

38 
39 



822 

549 

1380 

53 

550 



39 i 1332 

38 ions 

38 178 

40 . 1001 

39 | 1017 
38 ! 1079 

40 : 515 



41 

41 
39 
40 

33 



130 

130 

401 

1104 

303 



39 i 1280 



C 559 J 

\ 560 I 5 



41 
38 
40 
38 
40 
41 
39 
41 
41 



110 

178 

1201 

986 

516 

664" 

162 

1463 

1463 



40 j 879 



38 
38 

40 
38 
38 
39 

40 



247 | 39 

$ 388 ; > 40 

X 389 i ™ 

535 I 38 

546 ! 39 



1455 
1456 
516 
280 
1318 
448 
657 

649 

291 

822 
415 



Mar. 15 1642 
Mar. 15 1643 



23 41 1064 

i I 
476 i 39 ! 838 

S39 1331 

420 38 1221 
420 38 1221 



$319 i J. 

X 320 i 5 ' 



362,597 May 10 i 747 I 206 \ 39 j 619 



361,041 
366,993 

373,252 

358,956 

369,224 
358,426 

355,635 

362,482 
368,272 

358,185 



I 



Batchelder, William W., Jr., Boston, Mass. Oil-vapor heater 373,429 

Batchelor, Charles. (See Walter, Henry E., assignor.) 

Batchelor, Charles. (See Walter and Batchelor.) 

Batchelor, Charles, New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 



Apr. 12 936 

July 19 , 1693 

Dec. 20 
Mar. 8 

Aug. 30 

Mar. 1 

Jan. 4 
May 10 
Aug. 16 

Feb. 22 
Nov. 22 



1561 
798 

2690 

4 

459 

584 
1365 

2102 

1745 



455 

409 

202 

714 

2 

123 
164 
359 



39 

40 



178 
336 



41 1366 
38 1056 



40 1001 
38 904 



38 
39 
40 



91 
591 
726 



555 38 835 

i«|}« 822 



372,447 Nov. 1 . 242 



I 



67 41 516 



20 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Batdorf. J. C. (See Lee. Samuel D., assignor.) 

Bate, James, Newark, N. J. Tricycle 364,466 

Bate, Wallace H., Maiden, Mass. Water-supply-regulating apparatus for water-closets ... 36l'203 

Bate, William T., Conshohocken. Pa. Valve for gas apparatus I 357,896 

Bateman, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Minnow-bucket 

Bateman, E. S. <fc F. (See Ellwood and Bateman, assignors.) 
Bateman, Frank. (See Ellwood and Bateman.) 

Bateman, Omer C, Taylor Ridge, 111. Sulky-plow 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bates, Albert J., Joliet. 111. Wire-barbing machine. . 
Bates, Albert J., Joliet, 111. Pneumatic drillrag-tool. 
Bates, Albert J., Joliet, 111. Wire-barbing machine. . 



Bates, Albert J., assignor of one-half to W. 0. Bates, Joliet, HI. Wire-barbing machine . . 

Bates, Andrew J., assignor of one-half to W. L. Yeargin, Carlinville, 111. Trace-carrier. . 

Bates, Caleb, Kingston, Mass. Sulky-cultivator 

Bates, Chester S. (See Marshall and Bates.) 

Bates, Chester S., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Car-axle 

Bates, F. W. (See Mell, James A., assignor.) 

Bates, Francis G. (See Kellogg, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bates, Frank P., Syracuse, N. Y. Manufacture of shackle-clips 

Bates, Joseph C., Chicago, 111. Grain-drier 

Bates, Madison F., Butler, Mich. Land-roller _. 

Bates, Orren, assignor to himself and L. J. Bote, Wetmore, Kans. Kitchen-cabinet 

Bates, Solomon W., et al. (See Eastman, Fred B., assignor.) 

Bates, Solomon W., Portland, assignor to E. C. Allen, Augusta, Me. Portfolio 

Bates, Thomas H., Pasadena, Cal. Combined scale-measure and spirit-level 

Bates, William 0. (See Bates, Albert J., assignor.) 

Bathrick, Lewis E., Brooklyn, 1ST. Y. Means for dissipating electricity for printing-ma- 
chines 



359,311 



355,676 



June 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



Jan. 11 



a, 

EC 



370 
1183 
1679 
1270 



522 






101 
299 
437 
329 



39 
39 
38 
38 



1158 
224 
752 

1152 



357,653 Feb. 15 1334 



364,081 
367,085 



May 31 | 2857 
July 26 1824 



365,723 June 28 

Oct. 11 
June 28 



371.485 ! 
365,458 



2232 

1052 
1832 



\ 138 ! | 38 

\ 352 ! ' 38 
C741 
J 742 

f|g }39|15M 

274 41 214 
476 39 1456 



111 

688 



>39 1043 
369 



361,391 ; Apr. 19 1439 372 39 283 



357,450 ! Feb. 
358,830 J Mar. 



Batig, Joseph, Jr. (See Sherck and Batig.) 

Batt, John B., Williarasville, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Batt, John B., Williarasville, assignor of one-half to L. Gebhard, Buffalo, N. Y. 
car door . 



Freight- 



368,926 
362,704 

357.808 
373,715 



Aug. 30 
May 10 

Feb. 15 
Nor. 22 



1014 
608 

2294 
907 

1560 
2172 



269 38 619 

151 38 I 1022 

609 j 40 923 

247 39 649 



406 
581 



38 
41 



368,315 ! Aug. 16 1120 376 j 40 



730 

905 



738 



363,944 ; May 31 2667 692 ; 39 1005 



Battard, Augustin, Santa Rosalie, Lower California, Mexico. Life-boat 

Battcher, John H., New York, assignor to W. J. Gam bell, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring bed-. 
Battelle, Annie M. (See Battelle, John G., assignor.) 

Battelle, John G., assignor to A. M. Battelle, Covington, Ky. Joint for sheet metal 

Batter, Frank, Slide, Cal. Concentrator 

Batters. William F., Click, Tex. Wire-splicer 

Battes, Adara, Maukota, Minn. Piano-action 

Bat tin, Lambert B., Elizabeth, N. J. Hydraulic pipe 

Battis, John Salem, Mass. Broiler ' 1 

Battles, Rush S. (See Gilbert, George D., assignor.) 

Batts, James N., Coal Valley, W. Va. Scrubbing-machine 

Bauder, Charles C, assignor of two-thirds to G. E. Bauder and A. B. Gorden, Burnside, 

111. Harae-tug 

Bauder, George E., et al. (See Bauder, Charles C. assignor.) 
Bau-der, Silas E. (See Twiggs, William R., assignor.) 

Bauer, Jacob, Peoria, 111. Brace for carriage tops 

Bauerfeind, Henry, Shawano, Wis. Washing .machine 

Baugh, John B., Detroit, Mich. Die. T for welding links 

Baugh, John E. (See Nichols, John H., assignor.) 

Baugh, William A., Melbourne, Fla. Subdividing and designating land I 367,178 

Baughen, Benjamin R., Burlington, Iowa. Stem winding and setting watch 359,834 

Baum, Heinrich, Mannheim, Germany. Making pyrosulphates ; 373,264 

Baum, Jacob, assignor to Victor Safe and Lock Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Permutation- 
lock ' 364,467 

Baum, Theodor, Berlin, Germany. Machine for dressing the surfaces of metal articles ] 362,054 

Baumann, Julius P., New York, N. Y. Loop for shirts 373,918 

Baunigardner, William G. (See Guthrie and Baumgardner.) 

Baumgardner, William G., Filer City, Mich. Saw-swaging machine 

Baumgarten, Ferdinand. (See Lilly, William H., assignor.) 
Baum'gartner, John. (See Brose and Baumgartner.) 

Baum wart, Arthur C, Ossian, Iowa. Farm-gate 

Baur, Wilhelm, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter-press ' 

Bausch, Edward, Rochester, N. Y. Invertible microscope i 

Baush, Christian H. (See West, David B., assignor.) 

Baush, Christian H., Holyoke, Mass. Shuttle-support 

Baush, Christian H., Holyoke, Mass. Hydrant j 

Bausman, David H., Lancaster, Pa. Wire-stretcher 

Baute, Henry, Benton Harbor, Mich. Split pulley 

Baville, Edmond P., Brussels, Belgium. Grooved pulley 

Baville, Edmond P., assignor to J. Ponty, Brussels, Belgium, and H. Howard, Coventry, 

R. I. Punching-machine 

Baville, Edmond P., assignor to J. Ponty, Brussels, Belgium, and H. Howard, Coventry, ! 

R. I. Machine for turning bolts 

Baville, Edmond P., assignor to J. Ponty, Brussels, Belgium, and H. Howard, Coventry,? 

R. I. Screw-cutting machine (, 

Baxter, Berry A., Mansfield, Ohio. Stove 

Baxter, Berry A., Mansfield, Ohio. Stove-door 

Baxter, Channing, Brooklyn, N. Y. Means for individually controlling a number of devices 

by electricity ' 

Baxter, Daniel N, assignor of one-half to W. Short, Roodhouse, 111. Dropper actuating 

mechanism for planters 

Baxter, Daniel N., assignor of one-half to D. F. King, Roodhouse, ill. Boiler-cleaner 

Baxter Electric Manufacturing and Motor Company. (See Baxter, William, Jr., assignor.) 
Baxter, Emerson W. (See McFalls and Baxter.) 

Baxter, Emery W., Burr Oak, Mich. Two-wheeled vehicle 357,809 

Baxter, William. Jr., Baltimore County, Md., assignor to Baxter Electric Manufacturing 

and Motor Company. Electric motor , 361,115 



372,105 


Oct. 


25 


359,762 


Mar. 


22 


368,905 


Aug. 


23 


365,042 


June 


21 


368,316 


Aug. 


10 


374,650 


Dec. 


13 


374,389 


Dec. 


6 


367,262 


July 


26 


362,483 


May 


10 



1979 
1985 
2254 

1214 
1423 

689 

308 

2082 

586 



508 41 : 411 
502 38 1298 
599 ! 40 907 



320 
376 
181 
82 
562 i 40 
165 39 



39 1332 

40 738 

41 1190 
41 1105 

417 
592 



368,052 Aug. 9 1041 

! 

356,612 , Jan. 25 | 1889 



363.357 May 24 1814 
369,495 Sept. 6 I 245 
363,978 May 31 ' 2729 



279 
496 



476 
69 

707 



40 657 
38 353 



39 838 

40 1080 
39 1017 



July 26 1950 

Mar. 22 ! 2091 
Nov. 15 i 1486 



(525 1 
\ 526 > 



40 



392 

I J 3$ 1316 
41 762 



June 7 
May 3 



371 
4 



102 39 1158 



Nov. 29 2463 



355.912 : Jan. 11 : 87 



2. 3 ! 39 
661 41 



474 
968 



363,108 
365,565 
373,634 

358,324 
358,719 
358,831 
360,645 
361,573 

361.570 ! 

361.571 ! 

361,572 

361.666 I 
370,849 



May 17 j 1481 
June 28 ! 2003 
Nov. 22 I 2059 



230 i 38 178 



391 i 39 763 
522 , 39 1493 
549 41 881 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 


22 

8 

5 

19 


2281 
446 
610 
359 

1686 


602 
108 
151 
90 
435 


38 
38 
38 
39 
39 


870 

987 

1022 

68 

330 


Apr. 


19 


1679 


433 


39 


326 


Apr. 


19 


1681 


434 


39 


329 


Apr. 


19 


1683 


(434 
(435 


| 30 


329 


Apr. 
Oct. 


26 
4 


1835 

146 


475 
39 


39 
41 


367 
29 



367.332 July 26 ' 2183 

July 5 , 535 
Sept. 20 1421 



366,144 
370,306 



587 40 436 

144 40 101 
::--' 40 1318 



Feb. 15 1561 
Apr. 12 1032 



406 
261 



38 
39 



730 
197 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



21 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, resilience, and invention. 



Baxter, "William, Jr., Baltimore County, Md., assignor to Baxter Electric Manufacturing 

and Motor Company. Horizontal governor for electric motors 

Baxter. William, Jr., 'Baltimore County, Md., assignor to Baxter Electric Manufacturing 

and Motor Company. Journal-bearing for electric motors 

Bay, David N., and W. H. Fowler, Cambridge, Obio. Nut-lock 

Bayaud & Stevens. (See Merritt, Henry W., assignor.) 

Bayer, Alexanders., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Floor-cramp 

Bayer, Frank J., assignor to E. Lease, Du Bois, Pa. Tricycle 

Bayer, Friedricb, assignor to Farbenfabriken, yormals Friedr. Bayer &. Co., Elberfeld, 

Germany. Yellow-red dye-stuff from tetrazo-diphenyl 

Bayer, Fr'iedrieh, assignor to Farbenfabriken, vormals Friedr. Bayer & Cie., Elberfeld, 

Germany. Manufacture of dye-stuffs and coloring-matter 

Bayer, Martin, Cbambersburg, N. J. Christmas-tree holder 

Bayet, John, O'Fallon, 111. Ratchet-and-lever mechanism 

Bayles, E. O. (See Donnelly. James L., assignor.) 

Bayley, Alfred, Newark, N. J., assignor to Central Stamping Company, of New York. 

Handle for tea-kettles, &c - 

Bayley, Charles H., Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine 

Bayley, Edward H., 42 Newington Causeway, county of Surrey, England. Telescopic fire-; 

escape i 

Bayley, William. (See Whitelev and Bayley.) 

Bayley, William. (See Whiteley, Bayley, and Dyer.) 

Bayley, William. (See Whiteley, Bayley, and Dyer.) (Reissue.) 

Bayliss, Benjamin, Jr., Beltzboover, Pa. Apparatus for manufacturing steel 

Bayly, William. (See Weddington, William H.. assignor.) 

Ba'ynard. William H., Jr., assignor to E. Pels, Baltimore, Md. Pegging-jack 

Ba'yne, Henry F., and J. Dwyer, Ruston, La. ; said Bayne assignor to said Dwyer. 

back and andiron for fire-places ■ 

Baynes, James B., Buffalo, N. Y. Vehicle-spring 

Baynes, John, Hnionport, N Y. Tile 

Baynes, John, Westchester, N. Y. Manufacture of imitation mosaics 

Baynes, John, Westchester, N. Y. Manufacturing inlaid articles 

Baynes, John, Bronxdale, assignor of one-fourth to L. De Forest, Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

tographic apparatu s - 

Baynes, William. (See Clark, A. Ralph, assignor.) 

Baynes, William, assignor of one-half to A. R. Clark, Buffalo, N. Y. Lumber-binder 

Baynes, William, and A. R. Clark. Buffalo. N. Y. Ash and garbage receptacle 

Bayrer, William J., assignor to Peck, Stow & Wilcox Company, Southington, Conn. Shears 

for metal 

Bayrer, William J., assignorto Peck, Stow & Wilcox Company, Southington, Conn. Shears 

for metal - 

, Cornwall, N. Y. Wear-plate for vehicles 

(See Mcllvried, John, assignor.) 

Cleveland, Ohio. Rolling-mill - 

Rolling-mill - 

Rolling-mill plant - 

Continuous rolling-mill 

Rolling-mill plant - 

Rolling-mill - ; 

Catch for bracelets 

nisher 



Fire- 



Pho- 



No. 



Date. 



301,110 Apr. 12 



301,117 
363,196 

3G6.446 
372,106 

362,813 

363,502 
355,856 
375,527 



367,263 
364,791 

367,779 



361,256 

362,869 

365,360 
368.371 
369,090 
372,291 
372,355 



Beach, Burton W 
Beach, Clifton B. 
Beach, Clifton B., 
Beach, Clifton B„ 
Beach, Clifton B., 
Beach, Clifton B. 



Cleveland, Ohio. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Beach, Clifton B., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Beach, Clifton B., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Beach, Edward P., assignorto H. and E. TJnger, Newark, N. J 
Beach, Elias W., Buffalo, N. Y. Automatic chemical fire-extin^ 

Beach, George A., Chicago, 111. Carriage speaking-tube 

Beach, George A., assignor of one-half to J. F. Somes, Chicago, 111. Carriage speaking-tube. 

Beach, Henry B., and S. W. Babbitt, Meriden, Conn. Tea or coffeepot 

Beach, Henry L., Montrose, Pa. Scroll-sawing machine - 

Beach, Oliver B., Stony Creek, Conn. Cyclometer 

Beach, Oliver B., Stony Creek, Conn. Cyclometer 

Beadle, Francis J. (See Box and Beadle.) 

Beal, Jesse C. (See Beal, John, W. J., and J. C.) 

lieal, John, assignor of one-half to C. W. Bush, Fenton, Mich. Detachable harness-rosette .. 

Beal, John, W. J., and J. C, Bruce, Iowa. Draft-equalizer '. 

Beal, Seth. Manchester, Iowa. Planter 

Beal, William J. (See Beal, John. W. J., and J. C.) 

Beale, Alfred M. A., New York, N. Y. Telephone system 

Beale, Alfred M. A., New York, N. Y. Telegraphy 

Beale, Alfred M. A., New York, N. Y. Telegraphy 

Beale, Alfred M. A., New York, N. Y. Multiple telegraph system 

Beale, Joseph G., Leechburg, Pa. Manufacture of planished steel sheets 

Beale, Stephen T., Jr. (See Splane, John, assignor.) 

Beale, Stephen T., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Artificial tooth 

Beales, Emanuel D., Guyandotte, assiguor to himself and R. T. Oney, Charlestown, W. Va. 

Door-spring 

Beall. Frank, Decatur, 111. Grinding-mill 

Beall, Sylvester W., Columbus, Ohio. Combined atomizer and syringe 

Beals, Ebenezer, Norwich, JST. Y. Automatic car-brake 



Beals, Ebenezer, Norwich, N. Y. Ratchet-drill 

Beam, George W. (See Beam, Jacob B. and G. W.) 

Beam, Jacob B., Clouser, Pa. Cutter-bar for harvesting-machines 

Beam, Jacob B. and G. W., Big Run, Pa. Door-sill - 

Beatnan, Charles F., Brooklyn'N. Y. Hand-truck 

Beaman, Timothy L., Knoxville, Tenn. Fare-box 

Beaman, Timothy L., Knoxville, Tenn. Fare-box --- 

Bean, Benjamin F., assignorto M. J. Bean, Pawling, Pa. Dumping-car 

Bean, Edward D., Arlington, Mass. Policeman's club and making the same 

Bean, Edward D., Arlington, assignor to J. P. Lovell Arms Company, Boston, Mass. 

Handcuff's - - — 

Bean, Frank. (See Holman and Bean.) 

Bean, Frank, Medford, assignor of one-half to F. D. March, Cambridge, Mass. Metallic 

fastening 



365,897 

357,810 
360,646 

372,784 

372,785 
305,960 

370,519 
370,520 
370,521 
370,522 
370,523 
370,524 
358,720 
373,919 
356,740 
363,979 
365,227 
356,186 
360.269 
306,447 



Apr. 12 

May 17 

July 12 

Oct. 25 

May 10 

May 24 

Jan. 11 

Dec. 27 



July 26 
June 14 

Aug. 9 



Apr. 19 

May 10 

June 28 
Aug. 16 
Aug. 30 
Nov. 1 
Nov. 1 

July 5 

Feb. 15 
Apr. 5 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 8 
July 5 

Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Mar. 1 
Nov. 29 
Feb. 1 
May 31 
June 21 
Jan. 18 
Mar. 29 
July 12 



375,691 I Dec. 27 
359,661 Mar. 22 
359,005 I Mar. 8 



356,300 
300,980 
360,987 
300,988 
3G4,508 



Jan. 18 
Apr. 12 
Apr. 12 
Apr. 12 
June 7 



374,572 , Dec. 13 



361,981 
364,028 
369,767 
360,448 

371,407 



Apr. 26 
June 14 
Sept. 13 
July 12 

Oct. 11 



Monthly 
volume. 

I £ 

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Gazette. 



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1038 
1601 



932 

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202 



202 
420 



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509 



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2032 

786 

1923 

2083 
849 

650 {« 



1255 

1132 

1683 

1493 

2528 

10 

104 

195 

1562 
360 

752 

753 
291 

1752 
1753 
1757 
1759 
1760 
1760 

447 
2463 
2 
2730 
1478 
1270 
2804 

934 



2172 

1824 

868 

1437 
846 
850 
855 
517 



2294 
595 
621 
937 

954 



3G6.197 | July 12 j 608 



365,774 
373.795 

357,755 

357,756 
300,295 
365,228 



July 5 
Nov. 22 

Feb. 15 

Feb. 15 

July 12 
June 21 



2286 

1489 

1493 
743 

1479 



372,510 Nov. 1 
305,898 : July 5 



206 
207 

504 



503 

323 

4 

5 



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\ 321 
305 

439 

398 



3 

30 

50 

407 
91 

203 

203 

77 

467 
468 
468 
469 
469 
469 
109 
001 
1 
707 
389 
337 
713 
255 



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197 

198 

788 

185 
411 

078 

880 

160 

1445 



40 418 
1253 



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■40 



;39 

39 

39 

40 
40 
41 
41 

40 

38 
39 

41 

41 
40 



582 



250 

090 

1431 
753 
968 
472 
491 

38 

730 
69 

019 

62* 

55 



40 1385 
40 ; 1386 



40 
40 
40 
40 
38 
41 
38 
39 



1386 

1386 

1387 

1387 

987 

968 

423 

1017 



39 , 1380 
38 259 



38 

40 



1456 
186 



565 41 1489 
464 38 i 1270 
220 38 . 1069 



378 
217 
217 
218 
140 



38 j 290 

39 162 
39 1«2 
39 163 
39 1185 



585 153 41 1169 






597 
160 
167 
255 
246 
247 



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(166 
2 
612 
C390 
( 391 

; 391 

202 
390 



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39 
40 
40 

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40 

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1160 

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193 



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716 

717 

148 

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22 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bean, Frank, Medford, assignor of one-half to F. D. March, Cambridge, Mass. Machine 
for uniting sheet material 

Beau, Fred S., Manchester, N. H. Device for lighting lamps 

Beau, Lewis TT., Philadelphia, Pa. Composition of matter for tempering, toughening, and 
improving the qualities of steel and other metals 

Bean, Martha J. (See Bean, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Bean, Roscoe, Springfield, Ohio. Force-pump 

Bean, Roscoe, assignor to Mast. Foos & Company, Springfield, Ohio. Force-pump . . . . .... 

Bean, Samuel L., Washington, D. C. Boot-cleaner 




367,498 

368,448 



Aug. 
Aug. 



"Windmill. 



Bean, Theodore W., NorristowD, Pa. Machine for rolling car-wheels 

Bean, Theron W. (See Scarff, Mark T., assignor.) 

Beans, Elroy A., Randolph, Ohio. Clothes-pounder 

Bearce, Herbert W., New York. N. Y. Hand-rest 

Beard, Charles. (See Higgins, Patrick J., assignor.) 

Beard, George M., Auburn, Ind. Windmill. (Reissue) 

Beard, George M., assignor of one-half to W. H. Rakestraw, Auburn, Ind. 

Bearden, Jonathan L., Springfield, Mo. Kitchen-cabinet 

Beardsley, William, Beacon, Iowa. Bottle-stopper '.'.'..'.'..".'...'.......'. 

Bearly, David. (See Hamilton and Bearly.) 

Beasley, Joseph, Handsworth, county of Staflbrd, England, assignor to J. H. Mitchell, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Purifying iron 

Beattie, James H., Conway, Kans. Device for lowering caskets 

Beattie, John, Jr., Westport, Mass. Battery-zinc _ "_' 

Cohoes, N. Y. Machine for sewing knit fabrics 

et al. (See Carroll, Thomas H., assignor.) 
(See Taylor, Thomas, assignor.) 

Nevada, Iowa. Reclining attachment for bedsteads 

Galesburg, 111. Heating attachment for lamp-chimneys 

Elevated railwav 



373,430 ! Nov. 22 



Beattie, William 
Beatty, Irvine C. 
Beatty, Irvine C. 
Beatty, James E. 
Beatty, Laura A. 
Beatty, Raymond M 



359,410 
372,888 
367,129 

361,479 

363,358 
| 371,814 

10,834 

362,870 

361.667 
365,961 



374,651 
362,243 
359,835 
370,446 



Hackensack, N. J. 



Mar. 
Nov. 
July 

Apr. 

May 
Oct. 

May 

May 

Apr. 
July 



Dec. 13 
May 3 
Mar. 22 
Sept. 27 



Beatty, Samuel, assignorto T. S. Yanderhoef, Norwalk, Conn, 
hats 



Machine for pressing straw 



Beatty, Samuel, assignor to T. S. Vanderhoef, Norwalk, Conn. Pressing straw hats ...... 

Beaty, David B., Moore's Hill, Ind., assignor of one-half to 0. M. Hubbard, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Automatic gate 

Beaty, William, Finchford, Iowa. Device for feeding stock .... 

Beauchemin, Jean B. (See Savaria and Beauchemin.) 

Beaudry, Alexander, Boston, Mass. Press tor the punching, shearing, &c, of metals 

Beaudry, Deunbord, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Wash-bench 

Beaudry Edge Setting and Heel Burnishing Machine Company. (See Beaudry, Zotique, 

assignor.) 

Beaudry, Henri, Montreal. Quebec, Canada. Suspenders 

Beaudry, Zotique, Lynn, Mass., assignor to Beaudry Edge Setting and Heel Burnishing 

Company, Manchester, N. H. Tool for burnishing the heels of boots or shoes 

Beaulien, John, assignor of one-half to J. Harpst, Areata, Cal. Saw level and set gage 

Beaumont, Harry A., Milwaukee, Wis. Fountain-brush 

Beaupre, Minus C, Charlotteville, Ontario. Canada. Straw-cutting machine 

Beauregard, Victor, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Sole-edge-trimming machine for boots 

or shoes. 



374,922 | Dec. 
362.705 ' May 
367,887 I Aug. 

366.066 | July 

366.067 : July 



Beausejour, Urgel, assignor of one-half to S. Keeler and H.E. Barker, East Saginaw, Mich. 
Car-step 

Bebb, George, assignor to G. and W. Merritt, Indianapolis, Ind. Carding-machine 

Bebb, George, assignor to G. and W. Merritt, Indianapolis, Ind. Carding-machine 

Bechmann, George F., et al. (See Bacon, Alfred, assignor.) 

Bechtold, Christian, Larue, Ohio. Fence-post base 

Beck, Frederick, New York, N. Y. Felt paper and manufacture thereof 

Beck & Hopkins Manufacturing Company. (See Beck, Marshall, assignor.) 

Beck, James P , Moline, 111. Poker 

Beck. Marshall, assignor to Beck & Hopkins Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Hay- 
loader 



374,138 : Nov. 29 

373,877 | Nov. 29 

362,566 I May 10 

357.304 Feb. 8 



359,836 Mar. 22 

367,355 Aug. -2 

365,163 June 21 

368,748 Aug. 23 

373,431 Nov. 22 

367,264 J July 26 



Beck, Robert M., Chambersburg, Pa. Steam-engine governor 

Beck, Ti augott, Newark, N. J., assignor to O. Fuhlrott, J. G. H. Lehmann, and F. J. Tink- 
ham, New York, N. Y. Measuring-faucet 

Becker, Alphonzo, Waterford, Pa., assignor of one-half to P. E. Wilcox, Geneva, Ohio. 
Animal-trap 

Becker, August J., Mount Carmel, Pa. Hand rock-drill 

Becker, Charles G., Westfield, Mass. Whip-button and method of man ufacture 

Becker, C barles J. , Knoxville, Pa. Wash-board appliance 

Becker, Chauncey L. (See Edwards and Becker.) 

Becker, Eduard, Solingen, Germany. Corkscrew 

Becker, Elias, Pittsburg, Pa. Speaking-tube . 

Becker, Francis L., New York, N. Y. Combined chin and shoulder rest for violins 

Becker, Francis L., New York, N. Y. Door-check 

Becker, Henry, assignor of one-half to J. G. Wickser, Buffalo, N. Y. Harness-saddle 

Becker, Lothar, Galveston, Tex. Machine for cutting off the soiled butts of grain-stalks . . 

Becker, Philipp W. A., Anderson, Tex. Planter 

Becker, William, Navarre, Ohio. Fence 

Becker, Wolfgang, Chicago, 111. Guide-pin for piano-keys 



356,346 : 

356.089 

356,090 

370,850 

359.531 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Oct. 

Mar. 



355,754 , Jan. 11 

361,118 I Apr. 12 

359.006 ' Mar. 8 

I 

363,575 I May 24 

372,292 j Nov. 1 

371,297 I Oct. 11 

356,092 ' Jan. 18 

371,408 | Oct. 11 



373,512 

356,091 \ 

360,408 

374,337 

363,882 

362,244 

370,036 

371,409 

366,615 ! 



Nov. 22 
Jan. 18 
Apr. 5 
Dec. 6 
May 31 
May 3 
Sept. 20 
Oct. 1 1 
July 12 



213 60,61 40 492 
1614 431 40 776 



1748 



41 822 



1439 ; 367 38 1183 

916 247 41 648 

1888 j 511 40 381 

1554 {^ 1 39 305 



1815 
1535 

1212 

1133 

1837 
291 



689 

252 

2094 

1639 



1092 
908 
801 

433 

434 



476 
396 



39 
41 



324 39 



838 
320 



706 



C 305 I 

i 306 ! 5 

476 

77 



39 , 691 



39 

40 



368 
56 



71 



437 



41 1190 

39 522 
38 ' 1319 

40 1365 



285 , 41 1277 
247 i 39 ; 650 
216 : 40 612 



118 
118 



40 
40 



82 
82 



2777 747 41 1029 
2405 646 41 956 



697 
822 



2094 

2 

1400 
2036 
1748 

2084 

1505 
1145 
1147 

147 
1608 

635 

1039 

870 

2136 



195 



39 



611 

582 



529 i 38 1319 



451 

1364 

864 

822 



1 40 

369 39 

539 40 

463 41 

563 40 418 

395 38 303 

304 38 ! 236 

304 38 236 



40 41 29 

.... 38 1215 



165 38 



263 39 

fffii- 



553 



11 3 

797 203 

1150 305 

955 i 247 



1891 

1149 

10 

238 
2573 

253 
1051 

956 
1187 



364,700 : June 14 • 691 



Beckert, Charles, Allegheny, Pa. Cigar-bunching machine . 

Beckert, Charles, Allegheny, Pa. Cigar-bunching machine 364,701 June 1 : 

Beckfeld, J. Charles. (See Schmid and Beckfeld.) 

Beckfeld, J. Charles. (See Schmid and Beckfeld.) (Reissue.) 

Beckford, Frank M., Laconia, N. H. Cord or rope 

Beckhardt, Loiiis. (See Kohn and Beckhardt.) 

Beckler, Ashiin J., Rogers Park, 111. Delivery mechanism for printing-machines 363, 8P3 I May 31 

Beckley, Hezekiah M., Rich Hill, Mo. Wire-stretcher ; 359,312 Mar. 15 

Beckman, Charles J., Cowicil Bluffs, Iowa. Bracket for curtain-rods ! 356,741 Feb. 1 

Beckwith, CapitolaP. (see Beckwith, Nelson, assignor.) 



501 

304 

3 

63 
668 

72 
278 
247 
318 
184 
185 
185 
186 



134 

198 
1069 

900 

472 
164 
237 
194 

849 
236 
4 
1091 
989 
522 

40 1248 

41 I 194 



41 
41 
38 

41 



41 
38 
39 
41 
39 
39 



C184 ') 
J 185 5 

[is: j 



40 


234 


39 


1226 


39 


1227 



373,959 , Nov. 29 2519 678 41 978 



2574 669 39 989 

1270 329 38 1152 

3 1 38 423 



Beckwith, George H., Charlestown, W. Va. Remedy for hog-cholera . 



361,741 Apr. 26 1933 39 384 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



23 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Beckwith, Tra W., assignor of one-half to O. M. Whitcomb, Humboldt, Nebr. Sulky plow 

Beckwith, James S , Belleville, Kans. Kitchen-cabinet 

Beckwith, Nelson, assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. P. Beckwith, Cambridge, Mass. 



Elevator. 
Beckwith, Philo D., Dowagiac, Mich. Flask-hinge 



No. 



Butter- worker. 



Beckwith, "W. (See Moats, Harlan G., assignor.) , 

Bedell Byron C Port Huron, Mich. Tension device for sewing-machines 

Bedford, Milton T., Van Wert, Ohio. Flood-gate 

Beebe, Charles F., Orion, Mich. Fence 

Beebe Charles S., Racine, Wis. Two- wheeled vehicle _- 

Beebe, Charles V., Dunnsville, N. Y. Seat for agricultural machines 

Beebe', George AY. (See Spencer and Beebe.) 

Beebe, James n., St. Paul, Minn. Applying power .- ............ 

Beecher, Edwin N., and L. D. Whiting, Southmgton, Conn. Machine lor cutting ott and 

pointing or threading blanks 

Beecher, Evelyn, New Haven, Conn. Rotary cutter 

Beecher, Frank. (See Wines, Edward, assignor.) 

Beecher, Frank, ct a!. (See Tarriugton, Charles H., assignor.) 

Beecher Thomas, assignor to C. S. Mersick, New Haven, Conn. Sash-fastener 

Beedle, Augustus D., Kansas City, Mo. Folding vehicle-awning . . - 

Beehler Charles W., assignor of one-half to C. Sueme, St. Louis, Mo. Box-lastener 

Beekman, Edwin, Middletown, N. J. Asparagus-bunching machine 

Beeler Charles H, Fremont, Ohio. Fodder-binder 

Beeman, George M., et al. (Seo McLeod, Angus, assignor.) 

Beers, Benjamin B., assignor of one-half to N. Couch, Branchville, bonn 

Beers', Wheeler, Bridgeport, Conn. Lathe-chuck 

Beerstecher, Charles A., Centreville, Mich. Corn-planter... •• 

Beeson, Volney W., Perry, Iowa. Submerged force-pump 

Beeson, William, Dillon, Mont. Ter. Aerial navigation 

Beffrey Arseueaus, Watertown, N. T. Overflow and stopper for basins - - - 

Begemann, Charles F. W., El Paso, Tex. Filter .....--..--.- ............ 

Beggs, Eben J., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for manufacturing finings from nsh-sounds 

and isinglass - -- 

Beo-htel Eli Huntington, Ind. Portable sawmg-inachiue 

Be"ole Gordon W., Ypsilanti, Mich. Slat-and-wire-fence machine - - : 

Beban William, and P. Friensehner, Texarkana, Tex. Gin-saw-sharpemng machine 

Behlm'er John F., New York, N. Y. Carbonic-acid-gas generator 

Behnke, Charles R., Bridgeport, Conn. Valve for radiators 

Behr, Herman. (Seo Lorenz, William A., assignor.) 

Behrens, Friedrich D., Enon, Ohio. Rein-holder 

Behringer, Charles, Defiance, Ohio. Vehicle-wheel 

Behrns", Gustav, Lubock, Germany. Dust-collector 

Beidler, Henry M., AVashington, D. C. Medicme-package 

Beiger Martin V., Mishawaka, Ind. Fabric boot - - - 

Bei°er Martin V., Mishawaka, Ind. Fabric boot and manufacture of same - 

Beiger,' Martin V., and A . Eberhai t, Mishawaka, Ind. Seamless knitted boot or shoe 

Beifbv', George T. (See Young and Beil by.) .,,,,. „ ^ j. ■<■ „i 

Beimiing, Henry F., assignor of one-half to C. S. Weierman, Philadelphia, Pa. Centrifugal 

liquid-separator - - - - - 

Beindorf, Frederick, Litchfield, 111. Traction-wheel 

Beisel, Benjamin. (See Gordon, Strobel, and Beisel.) 

Bekofsky, Vladimir S., Jenchuan, Corea. Balanced cookmg-stove 

Bekofsky, Vladimir S., New York, N. Y. Stove 

Bekofsky, Vladimir S., New York, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Bekofsky, Vladimir S., New York, N. Y. Music-recorder 

Belcher, Fred. C, Canton, Mass. Machine for making paper bags 

Belches, Richard, Haymarket, Va. Fire-escape 

Belden, Ann M., Bloomington, 111. Magazine-stove 

Belden, Eugene H., Horton, Mich. Lubricator 

Belden, Eugene H. , Horton, Mich. Thill-coupling 

Belden, Leslie, New York, N. Y. Hydraulic jack ... ...--.-...-.... ----.---- 

Belding, Thomas C, assignor of one-half to T. C. Snyder, Canton, Ohio. Track for nay- 



301,257 
360,845 

372,107 
368,317 

350,420 
363,793 
361,480 
365,566 
361,918 

359,591 

356,818 
364,792 



375,528 
372,448 
361,574 
360,946 
356,976 

359,954 
361,668 
365,229 
372,953 

361,855 

371,541 

357,897 

372,591 
374,573 
367,588 
365,567 
357.696 
363,884 



Date. 



Apr. 19 
Apr. 12 

Oct. 25 
Aug. 16 

Mar. 15 
May 31 
Apr. 19 
June 28 
Apr. 26 

Mar. 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



ft 
■A 



1256 
635 

1981 
1424 

1440 
2450 
1555 
2005 
2195 



si 

s 



321 

f 168 
c 169- 

509 

(376 
{■All 

368 
636 
403 
523 
569 



1733 | 441 



29 
223 



Feb. 


1 


101 


June 


14 


850 


Dec. 


27 


1924 


Nov. 


1 


243 


Apr. 


19 


1687 


Apr. 


12 


790 


Feb. 


1 


327 


Mar. 


22 


2285 


Apr. 


26 


1838 


June 


21 


1480 


Nov. 


8 


1007 


Apr. 


26 


2106 


Oct. 


18 


1139 


Feb. 


15 


1680 


Nov. 


1 


451 


Dec. 


13 


587 


Aug. 


o 


338 


June 28 


2006 


Feb. 


15 


1394 


May 


31 


2575 



elevators. 



373,716 
358,531 
357,060 
364,623 
370,307 
374,338 
367,333 



357,547 
358,532 

355,498 
358,640 
358,641 
366,068 

356,441 

365,230 
372,109 
355,499 
371,410 
371,919 

362,567 



Beldsmeier, Henry W., St. Louis, Mo. Belt-pulley ■ 355 

Belgum, Sever N.', Mount Vernon, Wis. Vehicle running-gear . ... . - - - - - - - - - ----- - - ----- ■«■», 

Belisle Robert S., assignor of three-fourths to E. Z. Collmgs, W. H. McGrath, and L. H I 

Taylor, Jr. , Philadelphia, Pa. Grip for cable railways ... .... - - - - - - - - - - w>" 

Belisle, Robert S., assignor of three-fourths to E. Z. Collings, W H. McGrath, and L. H. 

Taylor, Jr. , Philadelphia, Pa. Transmitting power in cable railways ">■>, 

Belknap, Lydia E., etal. (See Simmonds, William, assignor.) 
Belknap, William H, etal. (See Simmonds, William, assignor.) 

Belknap, Willis H, New York, N. Y. Basket ----- 

Belknap, Willis H., New York, N. Y. Retentiun device for umbrellas, &c 

Belknap, Willis H., New York, N. Y. Parasol ----- 

Bell, B. Frank T., Washington, D. C. Center-marking device 

Bell, Charles, Old Tacoma, Wash. Ter. Curtain-fixture 

Bell, Charles E., Greenfield, Ohio. Regenei ative gas-lamp 

Bell, Charles S., Columbus, Ohio. Telephone 

Bell, Daniel, St. Paul, Minn. Railway construction .- 

Bell, Edwin, Jr., etal. (See Kennedy, Frank M., assignor.) 

Bell Frank H., and E.J. Marsh, Du Bois, Pa. Hand-piece for dental engines 

Bell, George W., and J. W. Trickett, St. Joseph, Mo. Pilot for railway-cars 

Bell, Harold J., Lincoln, Nebr. Gas-meter 

Bell, Harry W. (See Robbins and Bell.) 
Bell, J. Snowden. (See Wootten and Bell.) 

Bell, James W. (See Voden, Sidney J., assignor.) 

Bell, John T., and S. Bitty, assignors to Ohio Rake Company, Dayton, Ohio. Harrow . 
Bell, Lucius, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter 



294 
923 



576 



356, 
369, 
375, 
364, 
362, 
367. 
361 
372, 

374 
365 

373,003 



3111 
387 
4 TO 
082 
706 
949 
481 
108 

286 



370,037 
356,819 



Nov. 22 
Mar. 1 
Feb. 1 
June 7 
Sept. 20 
Dec. 6 
Julv 26 



Feb. 8 
Mar. 1 

Jan. 4 

Mar. 1 

Mar. 1 

July 5 

Jan. 25 

June 21 
Oct. 25 
Jan. 4 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 25 

May 10 
Jan. 4 
Dec. 20 

Apr. 19 

Mav 24 



Jan. 18 
Sept. 6 
Dec. 27 
May 31 
May 10 
Aug. 9 
Apr. 19 
Oct. 25 

Dec. 6 
June 28 

Nov. 8 



Sept. 20 
Feb. 1 



.Ben, juucius, x>ruojs.iyu, is. jl. xhtol ......... ---- a«> ■*>■; ' T?nh «*> 

Bell, Samuel, Alliston, Ontario, Canada. Device for operating tram-switches I *5b, sx> I a eo. a 



2173 
178 
446 
580 

1425 
240 

2186 



1164 
179 

264 
326 
328 
435 

1641 

1481 

1986 

266 

957 

1698 

700 

4 

1095 

1735 

2137 



1438 

109 

1853 

2860 

909 

894 

1556 

1984 

157 

2145 

1087 



1052 

104 

2283 



39 250 
J 39 126 



504 

68 

436 

205 



574 

476 

390 

271 

,546 

■ 547 

'296 

437 

121 

153 
96 
523 
367 
669 

581 

42 

119 

155 

383 
64 

588 



305 
42 

70 

78,79 

79 

118 

C430 

}43l 

390 

510 

70 

247 

440 

195 

1 

286 

448 

554 



378 
33 
484 
742 
248 
242 
403 
509 

41 

560 

(290 

}291 



279 
29 

602 



41 

>40 

38 
39 
39 
39 
39 

38 

38 

39 



41 
41 
39 
39 
38 



39 
39 
41 

[39 

41 
38 

41 
41 
40 
39 
38 
39 

41 
38 
38 
39 
40 
41 
40 



411 

738 

1183 
966 
305 

1493 
432 

1253 

442 
1254 



1445 
516 
330 
152 
483 

1353 
368 

1381 
664 

415 

241 
752 

555 
1169 

516 
1493 

699 

989 

905 
935 
504 
1197 
1319 
1091 
437 



38 j 647 
38 ! 935 



38 

38 

38 
40 

'>38 

39 
41 

38 



53 

964 

964 

83 

336 

1381 

412 

54 



41 194 
41 361 



39 
38 
41 

39 



612 

3 

1277 

339 



39 900 



I 



38 
40 
41 
39 
39 
40 
39 
41 



290 

1053 

1431 

1044 

650 

629 

306 

412 



41 I 1077 
39 I 1519 

Ul 679 



40 
38 
38 



1248 
443 
870 



24 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



Swing 

Meat cutting and mixing machine. 



Bell, Thomas J. Harrisburg, Pa. 

Bell, "William G., Newton, Mass. 

Bellairc. Thomas, and J. Bousha, Belle River, Ontario, Canada. Grain-tally 

Belleville Jnlien F.. Paris, Prance. Peed-water apparatus 

Bellis, David C, assignor of one-half to S. H. "Weihenmayer, Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting- 
machine _ _ 

Bellis, Wilham. (See Bellis, "William K., assignor.) 

Bellis, "William K., assignor of one-half to W. Bellis, Indianapolis, Ind. Coin-packet 

Belton, Taylor. (See Johnson and Belton.) 

Bemis, Sumner A., Springfield, Mass. Car-truck 

Bemis, Sumner A., Springfield, Mass. Car-truck 



Xn, 



303.503 

359,837 

301,392 
373,216 

372,195 

359,955 i 

372,293 
373,578 



Monthly Official 
volume. '.. Gazette. 



Pate. 



o 
U3 



be j _j 



Ml 

s 



309,081 



360,553 



Bemis, Sumner A., Springfield, Mass. Car-truck 373 635 

Bemish, Richard, Rochester, N. T. Fire-escape 

Benckendorff, Franz U. (See Jiingst, Carl, assignor.) 

Bender, Fdouard. (See Francken and. Bender.) 

Bender, Frederick "W. (See Scheidemann and Bender.) 

Bender, Fritz, assignor to A. Leonhardt & Co., Muhlheim-on-the-Main, Germany. Produc- 
tion of disulpho-acid of diamidostilbene 

Bender, Fritz, Miihlheim, and G. Schultz, Berlin, assignors to A. Leonhardt & Co., Muhl- 
heim, and Actiengesellschaft iiir Anilin Fabrikation. Berlin, Germany. Obtaining diazo 
colors by means of diamidostilbene and diamido-fluorene 

Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company. (See Biackhiam, Eli J., assignor.) 

Benedict, Daniel M. (See Gritting and Ashborn, assignors.) 

Benedict, Emory J., Dell Rapids, Dak. Ter. Truck 

Benedict, George W., College Corner, Ind. Tellurian 

Benedict, Henry "W. (See Fry and Benedict.) 

Benedict, Jewe'tt, Dundee, N. Y. Pan or tray for berry-harvesters 

Beuedict, Jewett, Dundee, N. Y. Gathering-tray 

Benedict, Milton E. , Perry, N. Y. Elevator for harvesters 

Benedict, Theodore H. (See Fry and Benedict, assignors.) 

Benedict, William F., New Tort, N. Y. Metallic tree-box 

Benfield, Thomas, Newark, N. J. Bicycle-step 

Benham, Louis M., el al. (See McCall, James R., assignor.) 

Benham, Luther, Marianna, Ark. Account-register or coin-counter 

Benjamin, Alfred, assignor of one-half to E. Benjamin, Newark, 1ST. J. Dress-supportin"- 
device 



May 24 

Mar. 22 

Apr. 19 
Nov. 15 

Oct. 25 

Mar. 22 

Nov. 1 
Nov. 22 

Nov. 22 

Sept. 13 



Apr. 



2032 ■ 529 

1440 i 372 j 
1427 377 



39 


880 


38 


1319 


39 
41 


263 
751 



2115 



2266 



543 

574 
4 



41 



436 



38 1353 



12 

1980 526 

2060 {549 

513 142 



238 



41 

41 

Ui 

40 



39 



473 
865 

861 

1142 



46 



360,792 Apr. 5 554 39 104 



306,554 
362,871 



370,308 
375,596 
372,889 



374.170 
374,287 



357,361 
358,372 
301,982 



300.449 



Benjamin, Alfred, assignor of one-half to E. Benjamin, Newark, N. J. Spring or reed for 
supporting garments 

Benjamin, Edward. (See Benjamin, Alfred, assignor.) 

Benjamin, Edwin P., Minetto, assignor of one-half to Minetto Shade Cloth Company, Os- 
wego. N. Y. Ornamenting window-shades 

Benjamin, George H., New York, N. Y. Pipe-coupling .... '. .... 

Benjamin, George H., New York, N. Y. Heating apparatus '. 

Benjamin, George H., New York, N. Y. Expansion-joint 

Benjamin, George "W. (See Ware and Benjamin.) 

Benjamin, Joseph E., near Reynolds, Nebr. Spring bed-hottom 

Bennet, Charles, Manchester, assignor of one-half to C. Arkenberg, Milan, Ind. Chum . . 

Bennet, "Walter A., etal. (See Thompson, John L., assignor.) 

Bennett, BazelM., Caskey, Kv. Car-coupling 

Bennett, Bellop S. (See Weber, Theodore A., assignor.) 

Bennett, Charles A. (See Degnan and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Charles F., Chicago, 111. Elastic stocking 

BenDett, Cyrus D., assignor of one-half to F. North, Vassar, Mich. Machine for cutting 
paving-blocks 

Bennett' Delbert F. (See Dewing and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Dennis II., Allendals. Mich. Mechanical movement 

Bennett, Edward A., Weston, "W. Ya. Arm-rest 

Bennett, Edward O. (See Christy and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Florence L. (See Bennett, Frederick, assignor* 

Bennett, Frederick, London, assignor to F. L. Bennett, Glenwood, England. Appliance 
for holding articles in position for carving meat, &c 

Bennett, George M., Burlington, Iowa. Folding ironing-board and stand. 

Bennett, George M., and J. Johnson, Burlington, Iowa. Fire-escape ladder 

Bennett, George S., Denver, Colo. Electric belt 

Bennett, George "W., and L. Gompper, New York, N. Y. Sirup-pump 

Bonnett, Henry M., Bournemouth, county of Hants, England. Electric torpedo-boat 359,313 

Bennett, James T., et al. (See Kasev, "Willem M., assignor.) 

Bennett, John B., and F. "W. Samuel's, Indianapolis, Ind. Target-trap 

Bennett, Julian J., Jackson, Mich. Fastening for knob-spindles 

Bennett, Lewis, Litchfield, N. Y. Mop-wringer 

Bennett, Mark, et al. (See Davis, Daniel, assignor.) 

Bennett, O. W., et al. (See Gray and Chastain, assignors.) 

Bennett, Orson "W., assignor to Standard Gas Machine and Portable Gas Lamp Company, 
Washington, D. C. Carbureting apparatus 

Bennett, Phineas A., assignor of one-half to T. Bennett, Chicago, ID. Lubricator ........ 

Bennett, Richard S. (See Nolen, George W., assignor.) 

Bennett, Thomas. (See Bennett, Phineas A., assignor.) 

Bennett, Trustan P. M. (See Phillips, Isaac B., assignor.) 

Bennett, "W. H. (See Winkler, Alois, assignor.) 

Bennett, Walter E. (See Merwin and Bennett.) 

Benuett, Walter E., assignor to Morley Button Sewing Machine Company, Boston, Mass. 
Attaching buttons _ __ 

Bennett, "Walter E., assignor to Morley Button Sewing Machine Compauv, Boston," Massl 
Buttou-feeding device for button-sewing machines 

Bennett, WalterE., assignor of one-half to E. P. Merwin, Boston, Mass. Securing buttons 
to materials 

Bennett, WalterE., and E. P. Merwin, assignors to Morley Sewing ; Machine .Company'? 
Boston, Mass. Machine for sewing buttons to fabrics ' \ 

Bennett, William A., et al. (See Hayes, Miles T., assignor.) 

Bennetts, Thomas, Brooklyn. N. Y. Oil-press cloth 372 110 

Benninghaus, Chauncey M., Baltimore, Md. Reversible label for packing-cases ... 362^926 






368,906 
369,425 
373,432 

373,513 
369,426 

370,115 



361,042 

358,373 

371,024 
364,063 



381,742 
372,350 
366,916 
373,044 
366,368 



360,647 
365,775 
356.913 



362,197 
369,388 



367,334 

373,330 

368,124 
359,956 



July 12 1088 
May 10 1137 

Sept. 27 1523 
Dec. 27 
Nov. 8 

Dec. 6 
Dec. 6 

Feb. 8 



2028 
918 



16 

158 



886 
Feb. 22 i 2345 



Apr. 26 



July 12 
Aug. 23 
Sept. 6 
Nov. 22 

Nov. 22 
Sept. 6 



2296 



294 
306 

409 
527 
248 

4 

42 

233 
023 
597 



40 
39 

40 
41 
41 

41 
41 

36 

3.< 
39 



216 
691 

1345 
1464 

649 

1019 
1077 

595 

8S2 

449 



Sept. 20 ; 1165 



938 256 40 | 166 

2255 000 40 907 

160 46,47 40 1062 

1749 j 463 41 822 

41 850 

40 1062 

1 

40 1207 



1892 
161 



501 
47 



308 



Apr. 12 , 937 236 
Feb. 22 2345 623 



Oct. 4 
May 31 



39 

38 



178 

882 



425 
2-61 



106 41 85 

742 39 1044 



Apr. 26 1934 501 39 

Nov. 1 ! 106 31 41 

July 19 '; 1593 : 426 10 

Nov. 15 I 1157 ! 310 ' 41 

July 12 I 845 227 -Id 



364 
491 
318 
701 
107 



Mar. 15 1271 {IJ29 > gg 1Jg2 



Apr. 5 
July 5 
Feb. 1 



May 3 
Sept. 6 



July 20 2188 

Nov. 15 ' 1587 

Aug. 9 j 1131 
Mar. 22 ! 2287 

Oct. 25 ' 1987 
May 17 1224 





( 


330 


361 




91 


8 




3 


237 

186 
110 




65 

56 
33 



39 69 

40 4 
38 405 



39 510 

40 1054 



588 
420 



40 
41 



437 

781 



301 40 
' 576 ( 



' 577 5 

510 
300 



38 1354 



11 

39 



412 
714 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



25 



Alphabetical lint of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, ami invention. 



Bemiinghoff. George E. (See McDermott, John, assignor.) 

Beunitt. Joel, Defiance, Ohio. Sad-iron ■ - - 

Benoit, Frederick, Chicago, 111. Sweat-pad fastening for horse-collars 

Benoit, Fredrick, Chicago, 111. Pad-fastener - 

Benso Charles, and J. Merkel, Minneapolis, Minn. Bowling-alley 

Benson, Christopher, assignor to J, W. Renwick, New York, N. Y. Spring-vehicle. . . . 

Benson, Ernest S. (See Kirby, James A., assignor.) 

Benson, Joseph. (See Tisdale, Charles D., assignor.) 

Benson] Lyman L., and W. T. Stilwell, Kalamazoo, Mich. Sewer-ventilating furnace 

Benson] Oliver, East Hinsdale, N. Y. Sun-dial 

Benson, Samuel. Allegheny City, Pa. Spokeskave 

Benson. Samuel J.. Washington, D. C. Pipe-wrench 

Bent Georoe W., Hvde Park, Mass. Folding bedstead 

Bent! William H., ei al. (See Nordyke, Charles E., assignor.) 

Bentayonx, Louis A. F., Paris, France. Musical chart 




Bentley, Edward M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric railway 

Bentley, Edward M., New York, N. Y. Electric railway 

Bentlev, John. (See Bentley, Matthew and J.) 

Bentlev Marshall G., assignor of one-half to J. E. Swarts, Freeport. 111. Vehicle-spring. 

Bentlev' Matthew and J., Dudswell, Quebec; Canada. Quarrying plug or wedge 

]',entoii, Cliarles H., Cleveland, Ohio. Steam-engine 

Benton, Francis E., Boston, Mass. Whip-socket -----".-;," ^'H"~mV-" 

Benton, Francis E., Boston, Mass., assignor to M. Beuton, West Wmdham, N. H. Whip- 



360,506 ■ 
369,496 1 
372,294 i 
367.130 ! 

370,721 



355,295 

353,957 j 
357,898 
301,258 
373,121 

362,333 

359,050 
374,236 



Date. 



Apr. 5 
Sept. 6 
Nov. 1 
July 26 
Sept. 27 



Monthly 
volume. 



160 

246 

13 

1889 

2063 



Official 
Gazette. 



socket . 



Sulky-harrow. 
Sulky-harrow. 



Benton Meliala. (See Benton, Francis E., assignor.) 
Benton Nathaniel H., and H. L. Godding, Madison, Wis. 
Benton, Nathaniel H., and H. L. Godding, Madison, Wis. 

Benton, Ttussell O., Chicago, 111. Furnace - 

Benton Walter L., St. Louis, Mo. Freight-car-door fastener . . 

Benway. Eli W., assignor of one-half to H. D. Grant, Independence, Kans. Riding harrow 

and roller - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Benway, Peter D., Jr., Southbridge, Mass. Necktie-fastener 

Benzino, John J. (See Hazeltine, Benzino, and Weld.) 
Berbecker & Co., Julius. (See Morris. Thomas, assignor.) 

Berbecker, Julius, New York, N. Y. Lambrequin-pin - - - 

Berchtold, Rudolf, assignor to W.P. Townseud <fc Co., New Brighton, Pa, 

wire-nail machines 

Berdan, Addison, Saline, Mich. Washing-machine 

Berg, Fredricb. (See Miller and Berg.) 

Berg] Hart O., Brick Church, N. J., and A. Decortis, Charatte, Liege, Belgium. Concealed-^ 

hammer gun 

Berg, John A., Ashburton, New Zealand. Horse-detacher 

Berge, Henry, Baltimore, Md. Stone clamp and dowel 

Bergen, Adolf. (See Schaffstiidt and Bergen.) 



Cutting-die for 



364,569 
374,574 
370,919 
374,771 

367,179 



365,962 
372,357 
370.597 
355,903 

360,554 
358.721 



360,555 
368.125 



Bergen, George B. , Milwaukee, Wis. Elevator 

Ber^ener, Charles, Eochester, N. Y. Tubular lantern 

Ber^enheim, Gottfrid, San Francisco, Cal. Wash boiler 

Berber Benjamin F., and I. Sousley, South Bend, Ind. Wheel-cultivator 

Berber' Ludwig, New York, N. Y., and J. Muller, Jersey City, N.J. Clamp 

Berter] William H., Philadelphia, Pa, Damper for stove-pipes 

Berber, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Handle 

Bergeron, Jules, Berwick, La. Cultivator-plow 

Bergeron, Louis N. (See Hospes and Bergeron.) 

Bergh, Bior F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Standard Hand Rock Drill Company, 

New York, N. Y. Rock -drilling machine 

Bero-h Douglas H. (See Mnllins, Daniel P., assignor.) 

Berghansen, August, Elberfeld, Germany. Fire-damp annunciator 

Bergman. Henry J. (See Dougherty, Tiberias, assignor.) 

Bergman, Isaac', Baltimore, Md. Riding-saddle 

Bergman, Isaac, Baltimore, Md. Harness-strap -- ;---,-: 

Bergman, Martin L., and M. L. Miller, Buena Vista, Oreg. Spring-shackle 

Ber"mann, Carl, Guben, Prussia, Germany. Measuring apparatus for hats 

Bergmann, Sigmund. (See Greenfield, Edwin T., assignor.) _ " 

Bergmann. Sigmund, New York, N. Y. Combined gas and electric-light fixture 

Berkey, Julius, Grand Bapids, Mich. Inhaler - ...-.-..---.--- 

Berkey, Julius, assignor to Grand Eapids Felt Boot Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. 



369.900 

363,577 
359,763 

365,427 



Jan . 4 
Mar. 8 
Feb. 15 
Apr. 19 
Nov. 15 

May 3 

Mar. 8 
Dec. 6 

June 7 
Dec. 13 
Oct. 4 
Dec. 13 

July 26 

July 5 
Nov. 1 I 
Sept. 27 j 
Jan. 11 

Apr. 5 
Mar. 1 



Apr. 5 

Aug. 9 
Sept. 13 

May 24 
Mar. 22 
June 28 



5 

799 

1681 

1257 

1267 

364 

923 

92 

518 
590 
273 
860 

1951 

292 

106 

1871 

960 

239 

448 



360,270 , Mar. 29 



Boot- 



Berkey, 'Julius," assignor to Grand Rapids Felt Boot Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Felt 

Berk lev,^yosepbM],"an\VH.FVslVannonVclarksbl^rg, Ind. Grain-weighing apparatus. ... 
Berlin,' Charles, assignor to American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. Metal 

ornamentation - - - 

Berliner, Emile, Washington, D. C. Radiating-maiitel 

Berliner, Emile, Washington, D. C. Radiating-mantel 

Berliner, Emile, Washington, D. C. Gramophone ----- 

Bermond, Moress, New York, N. Y. Combined hood, boa, and collar. ... 

Bernard, Philippe, assignor to W. C. De Pauw, New Albany, Ind. Machinery for polish-J 

ing glass, &c - 

Bernardin, Alfred L., Evansville, Ind. Bottle-cap - 

Bernardin, Alfred L., Evansville, Ind. Machine for clinching bottle-caps 

Bernardin Bottle Cap Company. (See Northall, William H., assignor.) 

Berner, Paul T. B., Berlin, Germany. Piano tuning-pin - 

Bernhardt, Siegnmnd, New York, N. Y. Spring-clasp for gloves ........ - - - - ........ 

Bernheim, Charles H., Conover, assignor to B. Shemwell, Lexington, N. C. Quiltmg-frame 

for sewing-machines - - 

Bernheim, Joseph. (See Weil, Ferdinand, assignor.) 

Berninghaus, Eugene, Cincinnati, Ohio. Barber's chair 

Bernsee. AlwineF. (See Wittmann, Rudolf C, assignor.) 

Bernstein, Adolph, New York, N. Y. Suspenders 



356.442 
358,589 
369,497 
368.273 
366,809 
368.053 
372.396 



364,702 

370,851 

362,707 
362.708 
357,169 
372,295 

375,117 
368,991 

375,330 

375.331 
367,180 

358,767 
372,449 
372.450 
372,786 
370,174 

361,482 

373.796 
374,517 

360.409 
363,578 

360,846 

358,326 

372.196 



Jan. 25 
Mar. 1 

Sept. 6 
Aug. 16 
July 19 
Aug. 9 
Nov. 1 



June 14 

Oct, 4 

May 10 
May 10 
Feb. 8 
Nov. 1 

Dec. 20 

Aug. 30 

Dec, 27 

Dec. 27 
July 26 

Mar. 1 
Nov. 1 
Nov. 1 
Nov. 8 
Sept. 20 

Apr. 19 

Nov. 22 
Dec, 6 

Apr. 5 
May 24 

Apr. 12 

Feb. 22 

Oct. 25 





> 


40 


39 


69 


■Id 


4 


41 


511 


40 


547 


40 



2 
2D2 
437 
321 
336 



38 
38 
38 

39 

41 



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31 

loei 

473 
381 

1414 



3 

1057 

752 

250 

723 



\Z }»i «« 

{I 5 . }38 I 1079 

23 41 I 1064 



140 

154 

67 

226 

526 

78 

31 

497 

251 



59, 60 39 
109 38 



39 
41 
41 
41 

40 

40 
41 
40 
38 



240 ; 

1132 
834 

2139 
1986 

1785 

2807 

1644 
265 
247 
1366 
1454 
1042 
167 

698 

148 

910 

911 

636 

15 

1384 
2383 

1607 

1667 

1951 



60 39 



301 
221 

(554 

( 555 

503 

( 464 ; ? 

1465 5 

(713 
i 714 

431 
61 

70 
360 
389 
279 

47 



186 



40 

40 

| 39 

38 
>39 

1 38 

38 
38 
40 
40 
40 
40 
41 



1185 

1170 

54 

1224 

393 

56 

491 

1407 

194 

46 
987 



47 

674 
1201 

901 
1299 
1449 

1457 

337 

952 
1081 
726 
291 
657 
501 



39 1228 



40 41 



248 

248 

165 

4 

360 
633 



437 41 



438 
526 



39 
39 
38 
41 

41 

40 



124 



504 
244 ' 68 
246 68.69 
754 204 



1254 

1556 

2287 
493 

10 
2141 

638 

2284 
2117 



41 
40 

38 

41 
41 
41 
40 



39 



333 
(403 
J 404 

612 41 

129 41 



3 

555 



169 
603 



39 
39 



39 
38 



544 41 



30 

650 
650 
547 
473 

1330 
940 

1395 

1395 
393 

997 
517 
517 
620 
1286 

306 

925 

1141 

4 
901 

12C 

870 
437 



26 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED' FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Manufacture of incandeseent-electric-lamp fila- 



Bernstein, Alexander, London, England, 
ments 

Bernstein Richard, Lind, near Cologne, assignor to" Deutsche Spren'gstoff Actiengeseil"- 
schaft, Ham burg, Germany. Granular nitro-cellulose 

Bernstein, William F. , Philadelphia, Pa. Bedstead ! ! 

Bernstien, Louis, et al. (See Auredenn, John, assignor.) 
Berronherg, Adolph, Boston, Mass. Registering apparatus 

Berrenberg, Adolph, assignor to L. Post, Boston, Mass. Piston-packing 

Berrenberg, William, Boston, Mass. Rotary valve !!!!!!! 

Berrenberg, William, Boston, Mass. Portable boiler 

Berrenberg, William, Boston, Mass 
Berrien, Francis B., Peoria, 111 



Botary engine 

Screen 

Berrien, Leonard B. (See Averv and Berrien.) 

Berry, A. Hun, Boston, Mass. Fan-hlower 

Berry, G. W. (See Palmer, Dennis W., assignor.) 

Berry, George A., Colorado Springs, Colo. Trunk-strap 

Berry, George S., Visalia, Cal. Combined steam traction header" and thrasher 

Berry John, assignor to National Needle Company, Springfield, Mass. Mechanical move- 

IH6Ilt}- ...... 

Berry, Marcellus P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Seal-look 

Berry, Marcellus F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Paper file or clamp 

Berry, William F., Massillon, Ohio. Balanced valve 

Berry, William B., Salado, Tex. Cotton or hay press 

Berryman, Henry B. (See Munroe, Thonris W., assignor.) 

Bersch, John. Kingston, Pa. Pipe-coupling 

Berst, Conrad, Kansas City, Mo. Churn-dasher I^koji 

Bertels, Charles E., Wilke's-Barre, Pa. Axle-nut -""-"."""".".'."""."""""! 371663 

373[331 



No. 



309,091 

363,197 

308,701 

369,092 
369,093 
355,677 

360,847 



371,662 
368,506 

370,920 

370,921 
374,339 

358,768 
365,231 
370,116 
374,237 
361,743 

I 375,253 



Bortling, Louis, Penge, county of Surrey, England. Lithographic process, &c 

Bertram, Isaac H., Brock. Ohio. Wood-sawing machine 

Bertram, Leopold B Colville Mansions, Bays water, county of Middlesex! assignor to F.H 

Judson, Harewood, fetreatham, county of Surrev, England. Construction of reservoir- 

dampeners for press copying-books, labels &c 
Bertram Leopold B., Colville Mansions, Bayswater, county of" Middlesex," assignor' to F 
-R^'il" rT' ? ai l w0 " d - Streatham, county of Surrey, England. Stamporlabeldampener. 
Bertsch, Charles A., Cambridge Citv, Ind. Furniture-caster 
Beshoar, Michael, Trinidad, Colo' 
Besly, Charles H., Chicago, 111 



Crossing-guard for railways . . . 
Bracket-support for show-windows . 



^t °; ; ^ES° ias's aD ' Ltmdoll > count y of Middlesex, England. Machinery 



368,181 



358,327 

371.025 
370,369 
374,772 
361,119 



Shipping-case for comb-honey 



for grinding 

Best, Charles E., Jordan, N. Y. Anchor 

Best, Daniel. (See Dewey, Henry, assignor.) "" 

Best, Daniel, San Leandro, Cal. Combined lieader and thrasher coupling 
Best, Daniel, San Leandro, Cal. Blast-governor for grain-cleaners 
.Best, Isaac, Lawrence, Mass. Wool-combing machine 

Best, Isaac, Lawrence, Mass. Fiber-guide for combing-machines 

Best, Samuel B. (See Murtoff, Harry A., assignor ) 

Best, Theodore, et al. (See Ballard. James, assignor.) 

Best, William C, Seward, Nebr. Sliding-door fastener 

Best, William N., Los Angeles, Cal. Portable centrifugal fountain ...... 

Bethea, Cade, Mobile, Tex. Bed-stay... 
Betsinger, Nicholas N., Marcellus. N. Y. 
Betteley, Albeit, Boston, Mass. Pulley. 

Betteley Albert, Boston, Mass. Cargo discharging apparatus 

Betten, John C, Eureka SpriDgs, Ark. Fire-escape 

Betten, John C, Eureka Springs, Ark. Bustle 

Bettendorf, William P., Davenport, Iowa. Metallic wheel !.'.".' ."!.'.' 

Bettendorf, William P., Davenport, Iowa. Wheel 
Bettis, James B., Little Rock, Ark. Permutation-lock" 

Betts, Charles H. (See Potter and Betts.) 

" B for la^terrT L '' a8SiKn0r to R ' E Dietz Com Pany, New York, N. Y. Globe-lifting device 

Betts, Frank, Irwin, Colo. Car-coupling!"!! 

Betts, Fred K., New York, N. Y. Camera-shutter!!!!! 36l'85fi 

Betts, George F.,etal. (See Isbell, Robert H.. assignor ) ' ^01,000 

i 1 • ■ F., assignor of one-half to R. E. Deitz, Now York, N. Y. Lantern i 355,297 

359,341 



375,332 
363,579 

369,498 
371,411 
355 296 
363,794 



370,598 
370,922 
374,443 
358,722 
360,989 
371,731 
358,104 
362,055 
374,575 
374,576 
359,838 



Date. 



Aug. 30 

May 17 

Aug. 23 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Jan. 

Apr. 

Oct, 
Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 



Mar. 1 
June 21 
Sept, 20 
Dec. 6 
Apr. 



26 



Dec. 
May 
Oct, 
Nov. 



Aug. 16 



Feb. 22 



Oct. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Apr. 

Dec. 



Sept. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

May 



364,570 
355,913 



Betts, Lewis F. , assignor of one-half to R. E. Dietz, New York, N. Y. Lantern 

Be New T YoTk N"Y Si Ga° s Jam m6Sne assi S nments - °f one-half to R. E. Dietz Company, 

Bettys, Lafayette L. . Mountain View, Cal." " Pump 

Betz, John, Jordan, Minn. Animal-catcher 

Bevans, Dorsey J. (See Searles, Edward B., assignor.) ' 

Beverly, George W., Thomasville, Ga. Combined cotton and corn planter 

Beverly, Thomas, Ellis, Kans. Tube-expander 
RaUway-'tOTpTdo H '' BeUevUe ' assi S n ° 1 ' to Bevington Signal "Company! Fostor'ia! Ohio! 

Bevingto'n Signal Company. (See Beving'to'n," James H. " "assignor ") 

Bewsher, James, Kansas City, Mo. Steam-boiler safety-plug 

Beyer, Emil. (See Nicklas and Beyer.) a 

Beyer, Ira, and A. E. Rohde, Mishicot, Wis. Cow-milking machine 

Beyerle, John F., Reading, Pa. Striking-clock for timing watches 

Beystrum, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Rotary engine 

Bibb, Bentley C. (See Klotz, Philip, assignor ) 

Bible, George W. , New York, N. Y. Truss 

Bicalky, Charles H., Minneapolis, Minn. Furnace!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Bickel, Franklin P. , Hill Grove, Ohio. Washing-machine 

Bickford, Charles, Boston, Mass. Device for letting down mainsprings 



364,703 
359,764 
365,568 

358,723 
363,980 

375,254 

375,041 

366,810 
370,038 
358,374 

373,045 
372,738 

361,919 

360,648 



Sept. 27 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

May 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Mar. 



June 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Mar. 



June 14 
Mar. 22 
June 28 

Mar. 1 
May 31 

Dec. 20 

Dec. 20 

July 19 

Sept. 20 
Feb. 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



2529 

1602 
1970 

2530 

2532 

524 

641 

1305 
1697 

275 

277 
241 

505 

1483 

1166 

94 

1935 

1563 

486 
1306 
1589 
1222 



2285 

425 
1524 

860 
1042 

1668 
2142 

248 

958 

6 

2451 



1875 
277 
388 
449 
860 

1417 

1974 

6 

590 

592 

2096 



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Gazette. 



671 



522 

671 

671 

138 

(169 

) 170 

(338 

)339 

452 

67,68 



40 



39 

40 

40 
40 
38 

] 39 

}41 
40 



41 



41 

64, 65 41 



124 
390 
309 
23,24 
502 

409 
137 
339 



Nov. 
Nov. 

Apr. 

Apr. 



15 



26 



519 

880 

2111 

9 
1311 

J00 
1987 
2008 

450 
2732 

1564 

1272 

1455 
1053 

2347 

1157 
670 

2196 

362 



327 



603 

106 
409 
226 
263 

438 
555 

70 
248 
2.3 
636 



497 
68 
102 
109 
218 
366 
521 
3 
154 
154 
530 



38 
39 
40 
41 
39 

41 
39 

41 
41 

4(1 



38 

41 
40 
41 
39 

41 
39 

40 
41 
38 
39 



140 
230 
547 

3 
340 
341 

187 
503 
523 

(109 

\ 110 

708 

410 

332 

(389 
(390 
279 
(623 
) 024 

310 

184 

(569 

(570 

91 



40 
41 
41 
38 
39 
41 
38 
39 
41 
41 
"38 



39 
38 
39 

38 

I 33 ! 
39 1 

38 
39 

}38 
39 

41 

41 

J 40 
40 

\ 3S 

41 
41 

; 39 

39 



968 

788 
852 

968 
968 
112 

127 

273 

791 

54 

55 

1092 

997 
1381 
1267 
1065 

384. 

1366 
569 
274 

782 
699 



871 

85 

1345 

1224 

199 

1395 
902 

1081 

194 

4 

960 



1408 

55 

1120 

987 

164 

297 

811 

474 

1170 

1170 

1319 



1185 
179 
416 

4 
1159 

1228 
1299 
1494 

987 
1018 

1367 

1308 

291 
1248 



701 
606 

432 

69 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



27 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bickford, Thomas, Cambridge, Mass. Folding crib ---.-•• 

Bickmore, Albion P., assignor of one half to E. B. Pendleton, Hyde Park, Mass. Swing- 



Monthly 
volume. 




Blacking-brush. 



ing or self-leveling berth 

Bicknell, George J.. Melrose, Mass. India matting 

Bicksler Thomas J., Washington, D. C. Manufacture of prmting-plates 

Biddle, Samuel C. (See Walker, Harry, assignor.) ,__,__.., .. _ .. ,. T . 

Bidwell, Benson, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to C. F. Bidwell, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Electrical rail way 

Bidwell, Charles F. (See Bidwell, Benson, assignor.) 
Bidwell, Waller E. (Seo Greene, Charles A., assignor.) 

Bieber, Aron, Bieber, Cal. Book attachment 

Biedermanu, Ernest, et al. (See Bollniann, Louis, assignor.) _ »„,.,. 

Bielefeld, Frank G., assignor to Adams & Westlake Manufacturing Company of Michigan, 

Chica go, 111 . Gas-burner 

Bierau, Theodor, Bothau, Lower Alsace, Germany. Velocipede - 

Bicrau, Theodor, Bothau, Lower Alsace, Germany. Velocipede - 

Bierbach, Albeit G., Milwaukee, Wis. Device for supporting and operating street-cars. . 
Bierer, Evcrard. (See Estes, Pavton W., assignor.) 

Bierley, Henry A., Washington Court-House. Ohio. Money-till 

Bierliiie, Jacob. (See Bierline, Michael and J.) 

Bierliue, Michael and J., Chaska, Minn. Clay crusher and temperer 

Bierman. Charles F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined hook and hanger 

Bierwirth. John H., et al. (See Marhoeff'er, John, assignor.) 
Bigalow, Frederick. (See Trenholm, Ezra W., assignor.) 

Bigelow, Allen J., Oguenstrarg, N. V. Washing-machine - - - - ■ 

Bigelow, Bon J., assignor of one-half to A. W. Webber, Medina, N. Y 
Bigelow, George W., New Haven, Conn. Steam-engine 

Bigelow, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Sowing-machine 

Bigeon Charles, Cincinnati, Ohio. Spring bed-bottom 

Biggio, Louie, Sutter Creek, Cal. Water-wheel bucket -■■■■-- -■■■,--■■"■ 

Biggs, Frederick J., London, and S. Pardoe, Kilburn, county of Middlesex, England; said 

Pardoe assignor to said Biggs. Sash-fastener 

Bio-o-s John M. (See Bloodworth, Willis W., assignor.) 

Bigue'y, Bobert, Copleston, Ontario. Canada. Car-coupling 

Biguey, Sidney O., Attleborongh, Mass. Jewelry-stock 

Bi"ney, Sidney 0., Attleborongh, Mass. Ornamental chain 

Bihla, Anna. (See Lichtenberg and Baloun, assignors.) ..,,_. 

Billeter Hoinrich, Jr., Aschersleben, Prussia, Germany. Automatic lubricator 

Billin°-h'am, Philip, Chanibersburg, N. J. Meat-mincing machine , 

Billings, Albert M. (See Slayton, Samuel, assignor.) 

Billings, Arthur T., etal. (See Billings, Avery W., assignor.) 

Billings; Avery W., Lamed, assignor of two-thirds to A. T. and W. G. Billings, Jetmore, ) 

Eans. Rotary engine - -. > 

Billings, Charles E., Hartford, Conn. Expansive bit - 

Billings, Edward R., New York, N. Y. Pocket-rnlo 

Billings, J. Bouglas, Now York, N. Y. Horseshoe ... ...-.-.- •- 

Billings, Jasper, assignor of one-third to W. Koyce, Toledo, Ohio. Hay-press 

Billings, Louis C.,ctal. (See Parkhurst, Arthur W., assignor.) _ 

Billings, Louis C, and A. W. Parkhurst, Mil ford, N. H. j said Parkhurst assignor to said 

Billings. Stop-motion mechanism for spooling-machincs 

Billings" & Spencer Company. (See Orcutt, Harry F. L., assignor.) 

Billings, William G., etal. (See Billings, Avery W., assignor.) 

Billingslea, Asa A., assignor of one-half to H. C. Graves and W. V. Bratton, Cherry Grove, 

Ark. Railway-rail ioint 

Billingsley, Janies J., Minden, La. Car-coupling 

Billmeyer, Hamlin F., Milton, Pa. Trimming-machine 

Billou-Haller, Jean, Geneva, Switzerland. Musical box 

Billups, Cealy, Norfolk, Va. Plow - 

Billups, Cealy, Norfolk, Va. Plow 

Binder, Frederick, Alameda, Cal. Chair-back and head-rest 

Bindley, Edwin, et al. (Seo Lackner, Frederick, assignor.) 
Bindley, John, et al. (See Lackner, Frederick, assignor.) 

Binforil, Frank W., Grant Citv, Mo. Machine for weaving fences 

Bingham, Charles F., Buffalo, N. Y. Stop-cock box - 

Bingham, Charles F., Buffalo, N. Y. Stop-cock box for water or gas pipes 

Bingham, Charles H, Utrecht, Holland. Vending apparatus for cigars, cigarettes, &c . . . . 
Bingham & Co., B. M. (See Harrigan, Cornelius, assignor.) 
Bino-hani, Edward W. (See Bingham, John E. and E. W.) 

Bingham, Edward W., Portland, Oreg. Sectional horseshoe - 

Bingham, Edward W„ Portland, Oreg. Sectional horseshoo - - - - - 

Bingham, John E., Walla Walla, Wash. Ter. Pattern for ascertaining sizes and shapes of 

horseshoes -_- - 

Bingham, JohnE., Walla Walla, Wash. Ter. Horseshoe..-..-...----------- ■- 

Bingham, John E., Walla Walla, Wash. Ter., and E. W. Bingham, Portland, Oreg. Horse- 



No. 



360,550 Apr. 5 

358,328 I Feb. 22 

300,198 j July 1-2 

3g9,580 I Sept. 



3-3,046 Nov. 15 



370,525 



365,899 
358,533 
358,590 
359,602 



Sept. 27 



July 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



304,408 



368,043 
360,369 



358,329 
361,393 
374,034 

305,005 

364,469 
356,977 

370,520 

357,451 
361,857 
365.115 



June 7 



241 

2286 
009 
307 



1159 



1765 



197 

181 

266 

1825 

373 



Aug. 23 1877 
July 12 846 



375,597 
362,484 



Feb. 22 
Apr. 19 
Nov. 29 

June 28 



Juno 
Feb. 



Sept. 27 

Feb. 8 
Apr. 26 
.June 21 

Dec. 27 

May 10 



2288 
1441 
2624 

2146 

374 
329 



GO 

603 
166 
102 



310 



470 



50 
42 
01,02 
464 

102 

501 

227 



003 
372 

704 
C 560 
\ 501 

102 
88 



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Gazette. 

• I 3> 



1765 470 

1016 j 209 

2112 ] 547 

1330 | 352 

2030 ■ 527 41 

587 ! 165 39 



39 

38 
40 
40 



41 



40 



38 
39 
41 

>39 

39 
38 

40 

38 
39 
39 



363,719 

360,990 
369,499 
374,924 
358,375 



375,598 



355,500 
372,111 
373,960 
361,043 
362,598 
363,109 
375,471 



372,197 
365,232 
368,372 
308,869 



C 609 
May 24 2348 , \ ^ 

Apr. 12 862 

Sept, 6 249 

Dec. 20 1095 

Feb. 22 l 2349 



shoe 



Bingham, Osmore A., Keene, N. H. Frame for doors, windows, &c. ............. ----- 

Bingham, Samuel J., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor of one-half to W. W.Clark, Chicago, 111. 

Anti-rattler for thill-couplings - -----;- - — - %u •;,;- ■ : - v.; \ 4,V 

Bingham, Samuel J., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor of one-halt to W. W. Clark, Chicago, 111. 

Anti-rattler for thill-couplings - - - --------- - — ■ -:-;--■-; 

Bingham, Solon, assignor to B. E. Jenkins, agent, Conkhngville, N. Y. Wash-board 

Bini, Antonio, Brooklyn, assignor to A. Pollmann, New York, N. Y. Mandolin 

Binne, Henry. (See Schumpe and Mollenkamp, assignors.) 

Binns, David, Camp Chase, Ohio. Straw-elevator for thrashing-machines. .- ---.---- 

Binns, Leedham, Philadelphia, Pa. Thread -guard for cap spinning and twisting ma- 



chines . 



Birch, Georgo A., East Greenbush, N. Y. Snow-scraper 

Birckhead, Lennox, Toledo, Ohio. Crane for excavating-machmes 
Bird, Dulany M. W., et al. (See Cheshire, James L., assignor.) 

Bird, Erasmus B., Elgin, Minn. Four-horse evener 

Bird, Joseph C, Rising Sun, Md. Sulky-cultivator 

Bird, Josephs., Hadley, Mich. Domestic press 



Dec. 27 ! 2031 



218 

70 

286 

624 



Jan. 4 
Oct, 25 

Nov. 29 
Apr. 12 
May 10 
May 17 
Dec. 27 



Oct. 25 
June 21 
Aug. 16 
Aug. 23 



207 
1988 
2521 
938 
748 
1482 
1854 



2117 
1486 
1494 
2201 



527 



70 
510 
678 
237 
207 
392 
485 



41 



544 41 

391 39 

399 40 

586 40 



372,052 Nov. 8 ; 548 
374,727 ! Dec. 13 



796 



355,371 Jan. 



368,507 

372,112 
309,581 

369,427 



105 



Aug. 16 1698 

Oct. 25 j 1990 
Sept, 6 

Sept. 6 



369,428 Sept. 6 103 
373,217 Nov. 15 1429 
362,417 I May 3 ] 487 



368 



102 



358,251 

359,007 
360,190 
356,742 

363,359 
365,900 
365,292 



Feb. 22 j 2183 

I 
Mar. 8 i 872 
Mar. 29 |,2G95 
Feb. 1 4 



May 24 

July 5 

! June 21 



150 
209 

29 
452 

511 
102 

47 

47 
377 
138 

575 

221 

081 

1 



1815 477 

198 50,51 

1582 i 411 



41 
41 

38 
40 

41 
40 

40 

40 
41 
39 



47 

671 

124 

1104 



702 



1387 



28 

936 

952 

1270 

1159 

834 

167 



871 

283 

1000 

1519 

1159 

483 

1387 

619 

417 

1352 

1464 
592 



940 

164 
1081 
1278 



1464 



54 
413 

978 
178 
619 
764 
1431 



437 

1382 

753 

897 



583 
1211 

22 

791 

413 
1104 

1062 

1062 
752 
569 



38 I 850 



33 
38 
38 

39 

40 
39 



I 



1069 

1435 

423 

838 

38 

1398 



28 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bird, Justus L., et al. (See Cheshire, James L., assignor.) 

Bird, Lewis J. (See Smith, Charles M., assignor.) 

Bird, Lewis J., trustee. (See Smith, Charles A. and C. M., assignors.) 

Birdseye, Isaac W., Bridgeport, Conn. Corset. - .. 

Birge, Elias B., St. Paul, Minn. Steam-boiler 

Birge, George K., Buffalo, N. Y. Blank for holding ornamental settings for draperies " 

Birge, George K. , Buffalo, N. Y. Routing-machine 

Birge, Henry "NT., Boonton, N. J., assignor to J. A. Skilton, trustee. New York if. Y Pro 
tector for postage and other stamps, &c 

Birge, Isidore, assignor to Transit Apparatus Company, (limitedj'phuadelphia, Pa. ' Store" 
service apparatus 

Birge, Isidore, assignor to Transit Apparatus Company/(umYtVdV) Phuadelphia, Pa'." Store- 
service apparatus 

Birkholz, Hans, assignor to E. P. Allis, Milwaukee^ Wis. Spiral conveyer 

Birkkolz, Hans, assignor to E. P. Allis & Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Spiral conveyer 

.birkin, William A. G., Aspley Hall, county of Nottingham, England. Breeekdoading fire- 
Birmingham, David W, Clifton, N. Y. Separating" metals from their ores 

Birnhaum, Mary E., Santa Barbara, Cal. Stove 

Birtwistle, Thomas. (See Richmond and Birtwistle.) 

Bisbee, Frederic G. and J. P.. Canton, Mass. Brake for stationary engines 

Bisbee, George W. (See Hubbell and Bisbee.) 

Bisbee, John R. (See Bisbee, Frederic G. and J. R.) 

Bisbee, WisnerB., assignor to F. Taylor, Lowell. Mass. Coat-banger 

Bischoff, Johann G. G. E., Hamburg, Germany. Lubricator 

Biscoe, John E. (See Hancock, Milton T., assignor.) 

Bishop, Alfred. (See Swan, Charles R., assignor.) 

Bishop, Charles R., et al. (See Castleman, Morris N., assignor.) 

Bishop, Clement B., assignor to B. Frishnruth, Philadelphia, Pa. Spectacles 
Bishop, Daniel H. (See Linney, Albert J., assignor.) 
Bishop, Daniel H. (See Warden, William R., assignor.) 

Bishop, George W., Minneapolis, Minn. Window 

Bishop, Goodwin 0., Hannibal, Mo., assignor of one-half to "w^ J.~McGavock To'neka" 

Kans. Nut-lock ' * ' 

Bishop, Robert H. (See Sim and Bishop.) 

Bishop, Rudolph W. (See Nolen, Bishop, and Waltemeyer.) 

Bishop, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Plumber's ferrule 

Bishop, William H., New Haven, Coun. Automatic gate for rail wavs-crossin«s 

Bisler, Gustav A., Philadelphia, Pa. Frame for trimmings a 

Bisler, Gustav A., Philadelphia, Pa. Sample or exhibition box 
Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Drew, Walter J., assignor.) 

Bissell, Daniel J., Anaraosa, Iowa. Cultivator attachment 

Bissell, John H. (See Cope, Henry P., assignor.) 
Bissett, Edwin H. (See Evans and Bissett.) 

Bissett, Edwin n., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Nail-cutting machine 

Bissing, Justus, Catharine, Kans- Harvester 



No. 



357.362 
356,914 
356,187 
360,081 



Date. 



Feb. 8 

Feb. 1 

Jan. 18 

Mar. 23 



303,795 May 31 

356,978 1 Feb. 1 

J 366,145 I July 5 

368,182 ' Aug. 16 
| 371.542 ! Oct. 18 

'355,964 ' Jan. 11 
, 370,366 ! Sept. 20 

360.197 I Mar. 29 
i 

358,534 ' Mar. 1 



374,035 ; Nov. 29 
368,702 ' Aug. 23 



Monthly 
volume. 


a, 

m 


Dr'g. 


F87 

238 

1277 

2507 


233 , 

66 
337 
638 i 


2452 ; 637 : 


330 


88 : 



Official 
Gazette. 






36 595 
38 465 
38 i 259 

38 1401 

39 966 



38 
536j{^|| 40 

1223 i 327 40 700 
1140 ' 297 _ 41 | 241 



4S3 
101 



961 
1516 
2696 

183 



2G27 
1971 



251 
406 
681 

43 



705 



36 194 
40 | 1336 
36 1435 

! 
38 936 



?S|}« 



41 | 1000 

652 



372,954 . Nov. 8 1009 272 | 41 



: 373,636 



Nov. 22 



005 



2002 550 



355,372 Jan. 4 106 



29 



41 882 
36 22 



368,508 Aug. 16 

370,117 Sept, 20 

355,501 Jan. 4 

355,914 Jan. 11 



1700 

1168 

268 

881 



453 40 

309 ; 40 

71 J 38 

231 38 



791 

1208 

54 

179 



363,981 May 31 ' 2733- 



708 39 1018 



Cultivator 

Planting-plow. 



Bittenbender, Jacob C. (See Smith and Bittenbender.) 

Bittenbender, John K. (See Wirt and Bittenbender.) 

Bittenbender, John K., Bloomsburg, Pa. Ink-fountain for printing-machines 

Bittenbender, JohnK., Bloomsburg, Pa. Fountain-pen .. 

Bittner. C. J. P. (See Grammes, Lewis F., assignor.) 

Biven, Frederick, assignor of two-thirds to C. C. and H. H. Moore, Stockton, Cal. Incubator 

Bixby, Arthur, assignor to G. W. Grafflin, Baltimore, Md. Telegraph-transmitter 

Lixby, Arthur, assignor of three-fourths to S. G. B. Cook, Baltimore Md. Printinsr-tele- 
graph _ s 

Bixby, Samuel M.. New York, N. Y. Handled blacking- box 

Bixby, Samuel M., New York, N. Y. Metal bottle for liquid blacking 

Bjerkness, Carl J., Arkdale, Wis. Repeating fire-arm " 

Black, Charles E., et al. (See Tabony, Joseph H., assignor ) 

Black, Charles S. (See Howard, Hull, and Black.) 

Black, Edward N., et al. (See Peyton, Bernard R., assignor.) 

Black, James E., et al. (See Helms. Jacob H., assignor.) 

Black, John M., London, county of Middlesex, England. Ticket bell-punch 

Black, John S., Summer Hill, HI. Lifting-jack 

Black, Joseph P., assignor to Hapgood Plow Companv, Alton, 111". Cultivator" 

Black, Joseph P., assignor to Hapgood Plow Company, Alton, 111. 

Black, Joseph P., assignor to Hapgood Plow Company, Alton, 111. 

Black, Thomas, et al. (See Rodger, Thomas, assignor.) 

Black, Thomas J., Patoka, 111. Weighing-faucet 

Black, William F. (See Cox and Black.) 

Blackall, Benton F. (See Ross and McAllister, assignors.) 

Blackall, Robert C, et al. (See Adams, Henry P., assignor.) 

Blackall, Robert C, et al. (See Archer, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Blackburn, Joseph E., Wheeling, and W. I. Mann, Benwood, W. Va, Machine for finish-? 
mg articles of glassware t 

Blackburn, MelvinL., Bellaire, Ohio. Glass-mold. '.'. 

Blackburn, Robert. (See Brooks, John C, assignor.) 

Blackburn, Samuel. (See Blackburn, William and S.) 

Blackburn, William and S., Cleckheaton, county of York, England. Tightener for spin- 
ale- bands ot spinning-machines 

Blackford, Atwell J., Medina, Ohio. Revolving show-case".'.'.".".'!.' 

Blackford, William H., assignor to Detroit Casket Company. Detroit, Mich. Casket-iiandie 
iJlackham, EliJ, Bridgeport, assignor to Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing Company, 

Waterbury, Conn. Knob 

Blackman Henry, New York, N. Y. Processof andapparatus'fordisinte'grating'fibers'and; 

manufacturing paper-pulp t 

Blackman, Henry, New York, N. Y. Process of" and" "apparatus "for" "manufacturing "paper-^ 

Blackman, Henry, New York, N. Y. 



361,744 Apr. 20 
364,748 June 14 



1937 
763 



(502 
I 503 
( 202 
I 203 



>39 

ho 



3p4 
1240 



355,965 Jan. 11 , 903 252 36 n> 
370,599 Sept. 27 1876 498 40 1408 



369,662 Sept. 13 
374,390 Dec. 6 



374,444 Dec. 6 

359,705 Mar. 22 

368,318 Aug. 16 

357.170 Feb. 6 



515 


143 


40 


1142 


310 


83 


41 


1105 


389 


(102 
I 103 


i« 


1120 


1891 


480 


38 


1283 


1425 


377 


40 


738 


037 


165 


38 


547 



Dec. 
Jan. 



374,288 
356,443 

355.915 , Jan. 

355.916 i Jan. 
360,271 ! Mar. 



363.273 I May 17 



363.580 May 24 
359,553 I Mar. 15 



356,239 Jan. 13 
362,814 May 10 
374,110 : Nov. 29 

309,907 : Sept, 13 

369.834 : Sept. 13 

369.835 ! Sept. 13 



100 

1645 

882 

883 

2809 

1099 



42 
432 
231 

231 
714 

144 



41 
38 
38 
38 
33 



Disintegrating fibers and manufacturing paper -pulp. 369,836 Sept. 13 



2143 (SK }39 
1640 421 38 



1078 
337 
179 
179 

1457 

807 



902 
1221 



1350 356 38 273 

1062 288 39 ' 678 

2737 734 41 1022 

635 221 40 1201 

715 [\^ j 4(1. 1179 

721 \^l\}i0 1180 

726 \\l* 1 40 1161 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1337. 



29 



Alphabetical lint of patentee* — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Blackmor Francis A., Springfield, Mass. Folding and adjustable table 

Black welder. Manly L., assignor of one-half to D. R. Hoover, Concord, N. C. Attachment 

for cotton -sins - ; 

Blackwelder Richard M., Concord, N. C. Attachment for cotton-gins 

Blades Harry H., Detroit. Mich. Combined electric motor and fan 

Blaikie, Aloxander J., assignor of one-half to J. Hunter, Sterling Yalley, N. Y. Auto 

matic hatchway for elevators 




Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



. 366,069 July 5 438 



110 




Blaine, George E., Dayton, Ohio. Dumping-car 

Blair Andrew M. (See Perry, Isaac A., assignor.) 
Blair, Frank M. (See Blodgett, John W., assignor.) 
Blair, George W., et al. (See James, Charles H., assignor.) 
Blair', J. H. (See Buttler, William, assignor.) 
Blair. James C. (See Ackerman and Blair.) 

Blair, John, New York, N. Y. Fountain-pen 

Blair, La Fayette, Painesville, Ohio. Cutting-tool gage 

Blair, Llewellyn I'., Baltimore, Md. Gas-governor 

Blair Thomas' H., Boston, Mass. Photographic camera 

Blair Thomas H., Boston, Mass. Tripod-top for photographic cameras 

Blair Thomas H., Boston, Mass. Camera-plate holder for holding ncgativo-paper 

Blake C. M., et al. (See Howe, Patrick, assignor.) 
Blake! Charles J. (See Ehrlich, Leo, assignor.) 

Blake Edward A., Chicago, HI. Blackleading matrices for electrotypes 

Blake! Edward A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Empire Machine Company, Stomngton, Conn. 

Planing-machine : - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Blake, Francis, Weston, assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. 

Telephone-transmitter - - - - - ---- - - -------- ---- ------ — 

Blake, George W., assignor to Rutzler & Blake, New York, N. Y. Water-heating appa- 

Bla'ke, Hirain! Keene, assignor to Asbnelot Can Company, Winchester, N. H. Faucet- 
guard 

Blake, Jacob. (See Brown and Blake.) 

Blake John F., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for boiling or heating liquids or other substances 

Blake' Joseph M., Buffalo, N. Y. Dumping-wagon 

Blake. Joseph M., Buffalo, N. Y. Lumber- wagon - - 

Blake Manufacturing Company, George F. (See Wheeler, Frederick M., assignor.) 
Blake W. H., 2d, et al. (See Donahue, James H., assignor.) 
Blake' Walter H., et al. (See Cushman, Adoniram J., assignor.) 

Blakeiev Charles C, Albion, Mich. Reversible galley-support 

Blakely, Edward A. (See Spangenberg, Robert F., assignor.) 

Blakeman, George S., Paston, Ind. Fender. . . -■■ ... - - - 

Blakeslee, Edward C, Brooklyn, assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New \ork, N. Y. 

Rubber-tip attachment for lead-pencils 

Blakeslee, Elson. (See Darbv and Blakeslee.) 
Blakeslee, Harry D. (See Basinger, James M., assignor.) 
Blakeslee Harvey D., et al. (See Latta, Einniit G., assignor.) 

Blakeslee John R., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Bolt-heading machine 

Blakeslee' Owen B., Burlingame, Kans. Joint-lock for stove-pipes - - - 

Blakesley. Alpheus M.. and~D. G. White, Rock Island, HI.; said White assignor to said 

Blakesley. Damper for stoves 

Blaknev, Joseph C, Benton, Me. Nut-lock 

Blanc Frederic N., New York. N. Y. Subway structure for city streets 

Blanchard, Albert D. , Wichita, Kans. Gun - 1 

Blanchard, Milton. (Seo Wescott, Earl A., assignor.) „,,.,,„, , 

Blanehard, Virgil W., assignor to C. G. Patterson. New York, >«. Y. Type-writing ma-) 

Blanchard, William H.. Pownal. Yt, Tension device for grain-binders 

Blankley James A., and C. H. Tallman, Bellaire, Ohio. Lantern .. 

Blasdale. John, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Tanner & Delaney Engine Company, Rich- 
mond , Va. Locomotive 

Blaser, Auauste, Cincinnati, Ohio. Column for buildings 

Blatchly, Ambrose, San Francisco, Cal. Fruit-drier 

Blathy Otto T., Buda-Pesth, Austria-Hungary. Induction-coil 

Blech'schmidt, Gustav, assignor to Peru Plow and Wheel Company, Pern, HI. Implement 
for stirring the soil 

Blesb, William, Lock Haven, Pa. Toboggan 

Blessington, Stephen G. (See Connor and Blessington.) 

Blessington, Thomas F. (See Connor and Blessington.) 

Blevins, Beane. (See Stone, Charles M., assignor.) 

Blew Alfred J., Fawley Lodge, Hvthe, near Southampton. Englaud. Fire-escape 

lUick'ensderfcr, George C. Erie, Pa., assignor to United States Store Service Company,) 
A lbany, N. Y. Conveyer apparatus -„----.--- -~ 

Blickensderfer, George C, Erie, Pa., assignor to United States Store Service Company. 
Albany, N. Y. Conveyer apparatus 

Blinkhorn Thomas, Boston, county of Lincoln. England. Roundabout 

Blinkkorn, Thomas, and W. S. Key, Boston, county of Lincoln, England. Roundabout. 

Blinn, Marshall K.. Toledo. Ohio. Valve for water-gages 

Blish, Henry G., Windsor, N. Y. Whip-rack 

Bliss Company, E. W. (See Hart, Charles L., assignor.) 

Bliss Company, E. W. (See Leavitt, Frank M., assignor.) 

Bliss, Edward M., Spencer Mass. Cloth -measuring machine 

Bliss, Edward N., Newark, N. J. Dynamo-armature 

Bliss, Henry C, West Springfield, Mass. Safety-razor 

Block, David, New York. N. Y. Broom 

Block, Joseph. (See Gentry, Oliver H., assignor.) . 

Blodget, Henry G., assignor of one-half to W. Kriesel, Hamsburg, Oreg. Gold-washing 
machine - 

Blodgett, Aaron D., Boston, Mass. Annunciator 

Blodgett, Frank M., New York, N. Y. Stethoscope ......... 

Blodgett, John W.. High wood, assignor of one-half to F. M. Blair, Chicago, 111. Button- 
hole attachment for sewing-machines - - - - - - - ----•----,": " 

Blodgett. John W., assignor to Moore Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Button-hole 
attachment for sewing-machines 



369,077 ; Sept. 

369,978 , Sept. 

375,255 ! Dec. 

370,303 Sept, 

366,917 July 



13 952 251 40 
13 954 252 40 
20 1565 410 41 



1426 
1594 



383 40 
f 42e I An 

1 427 r° 



362,709 
369,908 
374,445 
362,599 
364,629 
370,370 



362.927 

361,669 

357,452 

372,249 \ Oct. 

361.609 Apr. 

364,470 '■ June 
365.233 June 
365,569 June 



May 
Sept. 
Dec. 
May 
June 
Sept. 27 I 1526 



10 
13 
6 
10 
14 



911 
836 
395 

750 
597 



248 
221 
103 
207 
160 
409 



May 
Apr. 
Feb. 



17 | 1224 326 

26 1839 i 476 

i 
8 1017 

25 2195 

19 1737 



270 
563 

448 



7 375 
21 1487 
28 2009 



102 
391 
524 



372,955 
357.654 



Nov. 
Feb. 



357,949 '■ Feb. 



364.208 
368,703 



June 
Aug. 



358.330 , Feb. 
372,739 Nov. 

358.331 : Feb. 
369,313 Sept. 



373,637 

355.678 
363,581 



Nov. 

Jan. 
May 



367,335 ' July 
360,134 | Mar. 
373,808 Nov. 
360,198 j Mar. 



1010 272 
1337 352 
1747 456 



16 
1972 

2289 

672 

2290 



4,5 
523 



39 
40 
41 
39 
39 
40 



39 

39 

33 

41 

39 

39 
39 
39 

41 
38 



40 



2063 

525 

2145 



604 : 38 

184 41 

604 38 

3 40 

(550 ),, 

$551 r 1 



138 
556 




368,644 
375.042 



355,917 
359,957 

359,991 

372,296 
371,412 
368.373 
360.272 



Aug. 
Dec. 



Jan. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Nov. 
Oct. 

Aug, 
Mar. 



29 ; 2697 

23 ; 1879 
20 1272 



11 884 



681 



501 
332 



15 

959 

1495 



29 2810 



5 

248 
399 
714 



38 
39 



2189 588 ; 40 
2603 ' 660 | 33 
2309 f 619 41 



33 



40 
41 



38 
^38 



231 
22 2290 { 577 ( 
29 2347 {«g|j 38 



4l 
41 
40 
38 



1222 
1222 

1307 

1319 
318 



650 
1202 
1120 

619 
1208 
1345 



714 
363 
619 
453 

340 

1159 
1382 
1494 

665 
688 
765 



1001 
852 

871 

606 

872 

1036 

382 

112 

902 

437 
1418 

939 
1436 

834 
1309 



179 
1354 

1371 

473 
195 
753 

1457 



370,175 Sept. 

374,728 Dec. 

369.909 Sept. 

362,056 May 

363,198 May 

359,051 Mar. 

359,382 Mar. 

360,649 Apr. 

366.610 July 



:333 



r * 

20 1255 > g 34 



>40 1286 



797 209 
837 222 
8 3 



41 
40 
39 



17 1603 420 39 

8 927 236 33 

15 1389 355 38 

5 363 91,92 39 

12 1188 318 40 



1211 

1202 

474 



739 
1080 
1173 

69 

234 



30 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bloeser, Rudolph, Scranton, Pa. Jar-fastener 

Blok, Charles, Merrill, Wis. Horse-collar 

Blok, Charles, Merrill, "Wis. Horse-collar 

Blomstrom, John, assignor to H. W. Price, Rock ford", ill. Giove ....... 

Blondheim, Michael, Baltimore, Mil. Waistband attachment 

Blood, Arthur R. (See Blood. Bryant H., A. R., and E. R.) 

Blood, Bryant H.. A. R., and E. R., Ludlow, Pa. Boiler-feed regulator 

Blood, Charles. Dunkirk, N. T. Cooling-hoard 

Blood, Daniel H. (See Parker, Blood, and Tower.) 

Blood, Edwin J., Chicago, 111. Cannon 



Blood, Erastus R. (See Blood, Bryant H., A. R., and E. R.) 

Blood, Ira A., Methuen, Mass. Loom-shuttle spindle 

Blood, John fl., Denver, Colo. Hose-holder. 



Blood worth, Willis W., assignor to himself and J. M. Biggs, Moiino.'Fla.' " Staple-driver ' 
Bloom, John C, Kalamazoo, Mich., assignor to Emerson, Xalcott & Company Rockford 

111. Mowing-machine ' 

Bloom, Wieland H., Gait, 111. Telegraphic transmitter 

Bloomer, Charles G., Pawtuxet, R. L Cuff-holder I ." ." I" I" 

Blossfeld, Emit, San Francisco, Cal. Velocipede 

Blossom, Cyrus H. (See Scott, Heise, and Blossom.) 

Blount, Eugene I., Cambridge, and C. A. Kimptoii, Boston, Mass., assignors to Gilman 

Cash Railway Company, Saco, Me. Cash and parcel carrier 
Blount, Harry W. (See Duvall, William T., assignor.) 
Blount, John A. (See Myers, Iliram, assignor.) 

Blount. John A., Springfield, Ohio. Cultivator 

Blount Stave Machine Company. (See Philbrick, Josiah j., assignor.) 

Blowors, George 0., assignor to J. Arkell, Canajoharie, N. Y. Paper box 

Blue, Dennis S., and L. Halter, Fremont, Ohio. Cultivator 



Bluford, Ignatius, Elizabeth City, N. C. Two- wheeled vehicle 

Bluhm, Charles A., Michigan City, Ind. Refrigerator 

Blum, Emil. (See Gruneberg and Blum.) 

Blume, William, Scranton, Pa. Spring-gear for vehicles 

Blunie, William, Scranton, Pa. Buggy-top .'.'.'., 

Blumenberg, Julius, Martin's Ferry, Ohio. Machine for crimping Glassware 

Blumentahl, Leon, and J. G. Steele, assignors of one-third to M. R. Cohen, Kansas Citv 

Mo. Medical compound 

Blnmrich, Max, assignor of one half to H. Stockman, Philadelphia! Ba! " Operation of mo- 

tive-power apparatus 

Blunt, Walter F., Galveston, Tex. Mosquito-bar and carriao-e-unYbrelia 



Blust, Charles, assignor to W. Schimper & Co., New York.^N. Y. Fastening for bag or 
pocket-book frames 

Blust, Charles, assignor to W. Schimper & Co., New" YorkVN\'Yl"FaVtenYng7or'ba'<'""or 
pocket-book frames a 

Blust Charles assignor to W. Schimper & CoI,"New"York," N. "yV " Fastening" "for bag "or 
pocket-book frames 6 

Blydenburgh, Charles M. (See Woodhuli and Blydenburgh-)" 

Blydenburgh, Charles M., Riverhead, N. Y. Vehicle running-gear 

Blydenburgh, Charles M., Riverhead, N. Y. Vehicle-spring . 

Blydenburgh, Charles M., Riverhead, N. Y. Vehicle-sprin" 

Blydenburgh, Levi N. (See Fowler, Herbert E., assignor.)" 

Boals, James A., assignor to Pneumatic Machine and Oil Company, McDonald Pa De- 
vice for raising oil from oil-wells 

Board, James L. (See Clapp, James H., assignor.) 

Bobrick, Gabriel A., Boston, Mass. Desk and chair for schools . 

Bock, Leo, Jr. (See Darling and Bock.) 

Bock, Leo, Jr., New York, N. Y. Telegraphy 

Bock, Leo, Jr., New York, N. Y. Recording and reproducing sound-wavesl 1 1 1 1 1 '.'. 1 1 1 

Bockmiihl, Ernst, and W. Karthaus, Barmen, Rittershausen, Prussia, Germany. Driving- 




Boeckstiegel, Louis F. (See Witthoeft, William, Jr., assignor.) 

Bodeman, Henry W., San Francisco, Cal. Adjustable stove-grate 

Boden, George C. (See Hohert, Heuston H., assignor.) 

Bodenste.in, Henry, Staatshurg, N. Y. Inserted tooth fastening for ice-plows 

Bodey, Howard, Philadelphia, Pa. Kindergarten apparatus for teaching spelling 

Bodge, John M., assignor of one-half to M. M. Conner, Ada, Ohio. Brooder for rearing 

young chickens ., 

BodiBeld, Charles T., Akron, Ohio. Leather belting . ..I...IIIIIII "III. II 

Boegler, Gustav, Carlsruhe, Baden, Germany. Bathing-stove " 

Boehm, David I. (Soe Forbes, William H., assignor.) 

Boehm, David J. (See Cameron, James W., assignor.) 

Boekel, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-burner 

Boeklen, Reinhold, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for generating illuminating-gas 

Boekler, Robert C, Mankato, Minn. Churn 

Boekler, Robert C, Mankato, Minn. Bairel-head and fastening III". 1 1 "I II II 

Boesch, Emil, San Francisco, Cal. Tubular lantern 

Bogardus, Frank, trustee. (See Smith, Elizabeth AY, assignor.) 

Bogardus, Washington A . H., New York, N. Y. Recording-thermometer 

Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. Scale-track section ' 

(See Kenworthy, John T., assignor, 



356,915 
358,958 
363,042 



371,413 
372,059 
375,256 



364,084 

370,923 

364,471 
364,472 

372,297 

362,919 ; 

i 
365,570 
371,815 I 

375,692 
375,333 
360,199 



Oct. 11 

Oct. 25 [ 1909 

Dec. 20 1566 



May 31 

Oct, 4 

June 7 
June 7 

Nov. 1 

May 10 

June 28 
Oct. 18 

Dec. 27 
Dec. 27 
Mar. 29 



2862 

278 

376 

378 

16 

1210 

2011 
1536 

2173 
1670 
2698 



358,332 Feb. 22 : 2292 

363,945 j May 31 ■ 2667 

364,793 j June 14 j 852 
374,446 j Dec. 6 j 396 

358,186 i Feb. 22 2104 



Bogert, John L. 

Bogert, John L., Flushing, N. Y.' 
Bogert, John L., Flushing, N. Y, 
Bogert, John L., Flushing, N. Y 

Bogert, John L., Flushing, N. Y 

Bogert, John L., Flushing. N. Y. 

Bogiiess, James S. (See Roth, Charles F., assignor.) 

Bogle, James S. (See Counel, JainesM., assignor.) 

Bogle, Jerome, et al. (See Baldwin. Albert O., assignor.) 

Bohm, Ernst A., San Francisco, Cal. Ruching for decorative purposes 



Tool-holder for lathes 

Friction-clutch 

Lubricating loose pulleys 

Tool-holder for lathes 

Manufacture of metallic tubes 



(377 
373,579 Nov. 22 i 1981 



;<■„-: ;r .,, u, m ,; | j j"? 1 40 

41 



742 



103 
103 



323 : 

524 
397 I 

565 j 
438 j 
682 



195 

398 

41 i 1367 



39 i 1044 
41 55 



39 
39 

41 

39 

39 
41 

41 
41 
38 



604 

(692 

{ 693 
223 I 39 
104 41 



-"•IJm 



) 556 



368,749 Aug. 23 
370,118 Sept. 20 
370,527 I Sept. 27 



2036 
1170 
1767 



373,878 Nov. 29 I 2406 
375,043 Dec. 20 1273 



539 
310 
470 
(646 
\ 647 
332 



364,085 May 31 2864 743 



40 
40 
40 I 

[41 

41 



39 



1159 
1159 

474 

705- 

1494 
320 

1489 
1395 
1436 



872 

1005 

1254 
1121 

835 



739 
865 

864 
1268 
1388 

j 956 

1309 



1045. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



31 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



| Monthly 
volume. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No Date. 



Bobn, Rene, Ludwigshafen, Bavaria, assignor toBadische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Mann- 
heim, Germany. Manufacture of soluble naphthazarin 

Bohni, Albert. (See Maron and Bbhni.) 

Boice, Alvin S., New Richland, Minn. Permutation-lock 

Boin, George S., Salinas, Cal. Fumigator 

Boisen, William, Luzerne, Iowa. Glass-cutter's combined frame and square 

Boivin. Gnillaume, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Boot or shoe 

Boker, George H. (See Howell, William G., assignor.) 

Boland, John, assignor of one-half to I. F. Lawler, Raymond, 111. Hay-ricker 

Bole, John, Allegheny County, Pa. Casing-spear lor Artesian wells 

Bole, Robert J. , Beaver Falls, Pa. Reversible saw-tooth 

Bolen, John C, McConnellsville, Ohio. Coat-sleeve - 

Bolen, Lawrence C, assignor to L. L. Davis, Springfield, Mass. Ratchet bit-brace 

Boles, Warren H., Syracuse, N. T. rhotograph-burnisher 



Boleska, Joseph, St. Louis, Mo. Horse-collar 

Bolgiano, Gilbert C. (See Foster, Eldridge M., assignor.) 

Bolgiano, Gilbert C, Baltimore, Md. Combined street-railway rail and conduit 

Bollenbacher, William P., Bloomington, Ind. Cigar-box 

Boiling, Beverly D., et al. (See Jenkins, Marion R., assignor.) 

Bollmann, Louis, assignor of one-half to E. Biedermann and D. Monnier, Vienna, Austria- 
Hungary. Apparatus for transforming eleel ric currents 

Bolson, William, Oconomowoc, Wis. Revolving signal-light 



Bolt, Thomas, Middlesborough, county of York, England. Car-coupling 

Bolton, George, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Boiler 

Bolton, George E., etal. (See Knowlton, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bolton, Gideon S., et al. (See Dunn, William, assignor.) 

Bolton, Henry F., assignor of one-half to N. K. Wilder, Dow City, Iowa. Clothes-drier 

Bolton, James, Glen Spey, N. T. Shuttle-operating mechanism for sewing-machines 

Bolton, James, Glen Spey, N. Y. Stand and cover for sewing-machines 

Bolton, James M., Sioux'City, Iowa. Cuff-holder 

Boluss, Clarence W., Norwood, Ohio. Diaphragm-motor , 

Bolz, Jacob. (SeeKeenan, Patrick J., assignor.) 

Boman, Claes W, assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Box or case 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York,N. Y. Holder for pens, &c. 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Rubber-tip at- 
tachment for lead-pencils and the like - - 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N.Y. Holder for pens, &c. 

Boman, Claes AY, assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New Zork, N. Y. Reversible tip for 
lead-pencils, &c - 

Boman, Claes W., assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Rubber-tip at- 
tachment for pencils and other articles 

Boman, Claes W, assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Lead or crayon 
holder 



Boman, Claes W., assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Compass attach- 
ment for pencils 

Bommer, Emil, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pants-stretcher 

Bon, John T., Syracuse, N. Y. Folding table 

Bon, John T., Syracuse, N. Y. Folding table 

Bond, Addie, assignor to J. Jenkins, New York, N. Y. Cuff-retainer 

Bond, Edwin H, administrator. (See Cockshutt, James G.) 

Bond, George, administrator. (See Bond, Joseph, Jr.) 

Bond, George S. , Charlestown, N. H. Method of and appliance for bending wood 

Bond, George S., Charlestown, N. H. Violin-case and making the same 

Bond, Henry W., Jr., and J. A. Dakin, Holyoke, Mass. Sheet-steaming attachment for 
calendering-machines - 

Bond, Joseph, Jr., deceased, Philadelphia, Pa.; G. Bond, administrator. Tension device 
for sewing-machines 

Bond, Nathan O., Fairfax Court-House, Va. Wash-stand 



Bond, Stephen, Constantinople, Turkey. Smoke-consuming furnace 

Bond, William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Siphon or spigot extension or shank 

Bond, William A., Lynn, Mass. Sole-edge-trimming tool 

Bonehill, Robert, St. Louis, Mo., assignor of five-eigbths to W. Vernon, Derbyshire, Eng-j 
land, J. M. Frost, J. Henry, and F. D. Hirschberg, St. Louis, Mo. Furnace for smelting 
and reducing metals from minerals ' 

Bonham, William P., Marion, Va. Harrow .», 

Boni, Frank H, Elvastou, 111. Cart ~ 

Bonker, George, Sedalia, Mo. Slide-valve 

Bonna, Anne, Paris, France. Piston-meter 

Bonueau, Felicien P., assignor of one-fourth to J. F. Sandoz, New York, N. Y. Forming 
bearings for watches 

Bonnell, John C, and D. Gilson, Burlington, Iowa. Head-rest 

Bonnem, Abraham, et al. (See Choinanus, Richard, assignor.) 

Bonner, Andrew J., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Awning or roofing 

Bonner, Hugh, New York, N. Y. Life-saving net for use at fires 

Bonner, Joseph C. (See Ames, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Bonnet, Antoine, Voiron, Isere, assignor of one-third to J. Thorrand and V. Nicolet, Gre- 
noble, France. Preparing cement 

Bonnevaux, Jacques E. (See Verrier and Bonnevaux.) 

Bonney, Charles S., Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe- vise - 

Bonney, James T., New Bedford, Mass. Tension-regulating device for loom-shuttles 

Bonnh'eim, Albeit, et al. (See Lubin. David, assignor.) 

Bonniol, A dolpb, Providence, R. I. Engraver's tool or scraper 

Bonsack, J. William, Bonsack's, Va. Comb-plate for doffer-combs of carding-engines 



Bonsack, James A., Bonsack's, Va. Cigarette-machine 

Bonser, Samuel. Dover, N. H. Steam-trap 

Bonta, James W., Philadelphia, Pa. Telephoning 

Bonta, James W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company, 

of New York. Telephone-transmitter - 

Bonta, James W.. Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company, 

of New York. Telephone- transmitter 



368,054 



372,512 
370,233 
3fi2,354 
366.757 

366,617 
357,809 
374.821 
359,052 
360,650 

356,399 

367,950 

366.811 
371,026 



365,116 

373,047 

368,320 
368,645 



373,004 
367,021 
374,578 
374,579 
360,651 

356,979 
363,582 

363,583 
363,584 

364,473 

368,509 

372, 198 

375,257 
356,864 
367,589 
368,055 
368,750 

360,848 
361,123 

371,732 

361,127 
369,684 

365,571 

366.070 
375,334 

359,199 

363,274 
364,474 
374,289 
366,370 

372,113 
357,305 

366,071 
360,082 



368,449 

357,306 
366,296 

366,297 
363,199 

355,968 

370,600 
361,124 



Official 
Gazette. 



bl) 

P-< 



Aug. 

Nov. 
Sept. 
May 
July 

July 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Apr. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

J nly 
Oct. 



9 


1043 





40 


1 


330 


91 


41 


20 


1328 


354 


40 


3 


389 


108 


39 


19 


1391 


372 


40 



12 1191 
15 \ 1682 



13 



934 

8 I 928 
5 366 

18 I 1576 

9 I 895 

19 i 1458 
4 426 



319 ! 40 

438 ! 38 

243 I 41 

236 I 38 

92 I 39 



\tt \'< 



June 21 

Nov. 15 

Aug. 16 
Aug. 23 

Nov. 8 
July 26 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 13 
Apr. 5 

Feb. 1 
May 24 

May 24 
May 24 

June 7 



1331 

1160 

1428 
1880 



1091 

1729 

595 

597 

368 

331 
2147 

2148 
2149 

380 



242 



390 
107 



353 

(310 

) 311 

378 

501 



38 
40 



40 
41 



39 

Ui 

40 

40 



291 I 41 
466 j 40 
155 i 41 



155 
93 



88 
556 



557 

557 



-11 
39 



38 
39 



39 

39 



657 

533 

1299 
550 
280 

235 

752 

1238 

1080 

70 

316 

629 

292 

65 



1352 

702 

739 

835 



6>0 

351 

1171 

1171 

70 

484 
903 

903 

903 



103 : 39 j 1160 



Aug. 16 I 1702 ! 453 I 40 ! 791 



Oct. 25 2118 544 j 41 



437 



Dec. 20 
Feb. 1 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 9 
Aug. 23 



1507 

172 

339 

1043 

2038 



411 

46 

97 | 40 
280 | 40 
540 ! 40 



41 : 1367 
38 454 



Apr. 12 642 170 

Apr. 12 1048 : 265 

Oct. 18 ; 1419 '• 367 

I 

Apr. 12 , 1056 \ 267 

Sept. 13 517 J 143 

June 28 j 2012 \ j g|| 

July 5 ! 439 | 119 

Dec. 27 ! 1070 i 439 



Mar. 8 1111 



May 17 
June 7 
Deo. 6 
July 12 

Oct. 25 
Feb. 8 



1699 
381 
162 

847 

1991 
823 



J289 
; 290 

445 

103 
42 

228 



511 

214 



39 
39 



516 

657 
665 



12T 
200 



41 ! 297 
I 

39 i 201 

40 i 1143- 



July 5 | 441 119 
Mai-. 29 j 2509 638 



Aug. 16 

Feb. 8 
July 12 

July 12 
May 17 

Jan. 11 

Sept. 27 
Apr. 12 



364,475 ; June 7 
365,776 July 5 



1615 

824 
744- 

745 
1604 

969 

1878 
1049 



39 

40 
41 

1 38 

39 

39 
41 
40 

41 

38 



1495 

83 
1396 

1115 



1160 

1078 

167 

413 
583 



40 i 83 
38 i 1402 



40 ! 776 



214 
202 



202 
421 



38 
40 



583' 
148 



C 253 i ( 

\ 254 , I 



40 
39 

38 i 



148 
789 



498 
265 



40 
39 



! 



1408 
200 



382 104 39 1160 
9 i 3 . 40 . 4 



32 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 



Alphabetical lint of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, ami invention 



Bonta, James AY., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company, 
of New York. Telephone-transmitter '. . 

BoDta, James AY., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company, 
of New York. Telephone-transmitter 

Bonta, James AY., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company, 
of New York. Te'ephone-transmitter 

Bonta, James AY., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company, 
of New York. Telephonic transmitter 

Bonta, James AY., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American National Telephone Company! 
of New York. Telephone-transmitter. : ; ' 

Bonter, Francis B. H. (See Hammond, Evrett C., assignor.) 

Bonwill, AYilliam G. A., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Dental engine 

Bonwill, AYilliam G. A., assignor to S. S. AYhite Dental Manufacturing Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Revolving electric hammer tool '. 

Bonzagni, Vincenzo, Boston, Mass. Pipe and flue connection 

Boog, Michael, New York, N. Y. Composition ot matter for making imitations of stalac- 
tites and grotto-work 

Booker, John I., Liverpool, county of Lancaster, England. Grain cleaning and washing, 
apparatus 

Bookman, Adolph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Overalls 

Boomer & Boschert Press Company. (See Tooley, Samuel E., assignor.) 

Boomer, George B., Mount Pleasant, N. Y. Cotton-hale tie 

Boomer, Joseph B., and AY. Strowger, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Marking-pot 

Boon, George H. (See King and Boon ) 

Booraem, John Y. V., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pumping and distributing semi-fluids or liquids 
holding solid matter in suspension 

Boorn, George H., Bellows Falls, assignor of one-half to C. E. Robertson, Rockingham, Vt. 
Device for cleaning the shower-pipes used in paper-mills . . . : 

Boos, Arthur M., Buffalo, N. Y. Picture-exhibitor .... 

Boot and Shoe Sole Laying Company. (See. Hamm, AYilliam S., assignor.) 

Boot and Shoe Sole Laying Company. (See Holland, Charles E., assignor.) 

Boot and Shoe Sole Laying Company. (See Seaver and Hamm, assignors.) 

Bootes, Joseph H.. SpringHeld, Ohio. Burial-casket 

Booth, Constant AV., and T. Brabson, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oiler 

Booth, Irving E., Rochester, N. Y. Machine for stretching and finishing shoes 

Booth, IrvingE., Rochester. N. Y. Shoe-stretching machine 

Booth, Isaac N., and E. Hughes, AYest Concord, Minn. Trough for feeding salt to live stock 

Booth, Jared. (See Moulton and Booth.) 

Booth, John, Indianapolis, Ind. Balanced slide-valve 

Booth, John, Indianapolis, Ind. Slide-valve 

Booth, John, Central Falls, R. I. Spinning-spindle and support therefor ............I. 

Booth, John, Central Falls, R. I. Holder for spinning-rings 

Booth, John, Central Falls, R. I. Spinning-spindle and support therefor. (Reissue) . .' 

Booth, John E., Bangor, Me. Moccasin shoe 

Booth, Stephen C. (See Jones, Calvin M., assignor.) 

Boothroyd, Joseph. (See AValsh and Boothroyd.) 

Boozel. John A., and J. C. Mooney, Emlenton, Pa. Thill-coupling 

Bopp, Christopher, Brooklyn, N. Y. Can-stopper 

Borchardt, Albert, Hoboken, N. J. Cutting shirts 



No. 



305,777 
3(35,778 
365,779 
305,780 
365,781 



Date 



July 5 

July 5 

July 5 

July 5 

July 5 



372,397 , Nov 1 



374,580 
365,783 



371,027 
369,768 
362,710 



Fabric- turfing implement . 



Borchardt, Albeit, Hoboken, N. J. Cloth-plaiting machine 

Bord, AYilliam. Green Island, and G. H. Ennis, Troy, N. Y. Dinner-pail 

Borden. AYilliam AV. (See Harrod and Lamb, assignors.) 

Borel, Francois, Cortaillod, Switzerland, assignor to Societe d'fixploitation des Cables Elec 

triques Systeme Berthoud, Borel & Cie. Electric cable 

Borer, Felix A. (See Friburk and Borer.) 

Borgersen, John, Chicago, 111. Hinged cover for books and albums 

Borgfeldt, Nicholas H., New York, N. Y. Auxiliary propeller for vessels 

Bork, Friedrich A.. Columbus, Ohio. Ctvff or collar 'button 

Borland, Lewis, and T. J. Parsons, San Francisco, Cal. Grain-drier . 

Born, Henry, Cleveland, Ohio. Grate 

Born, Henry, Cleveland, Ohio. Oven.door '..'.'.."...'.'.'..'.....'.'...'.. 

Borneman, August, Lancaster, Ohio. Composito pier for bridges 

Burst, Theodore L. (See Ganter and Borst.) 

Bortell. Samuel D., Philadelphia, assignor of one-half to AV. B. Sollidav, South Easton, Pa. 

Doubletree 

Borton, Job, assignor to AV. H. Hobbs, Barnesviile, Ohio. 
Borton, Stockton. (See AVillcoxand Borton.) 

Bortree, Lewis S., Toledo, Ohio. Bustle I 

Bosart, Jacob M., Sumner, 111. Fence 

Bosch, John A., Maryville, Mo. Car-coupling '.'.'.'..'..'....'..'.'.'. 

Boschert, Rufus E., Syracuse, N. Y. Rack for wine or cider presses ... ; 

Boschert, Rufus E., Syracuse, N. Y. Screw-press • 

Boss, Robert P., Boston. Mass. Seat for compositors' stands 

Bossard, August, New York. N. Y. Projectile 

Bosse, Robert, E.Freiso, and F.AVolters, Brunswick, Germany. Hydraulic and other cement 
Bosson, Henry D., Verviers, Belgium, assignor to L. Olarenbac'h, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fleece-dividing attachment for carding-maohines 

Bostedo Cash and Package Carrier Companv. (See Bostedo and Thomas, assignors!) 

Bostedo Cash and Package Carrier Company. (See Thomas, Horatio, assignor.) 

Bostedo, Louis G., Atlantic, Iowa. Cash and package carrier 

Bostedo, Louis G., assignor to Bostedo Package and Cash Carrier Company, Atlantic, Iowa. 

Cash and pickage carrier 

Bostedo, Louis G., Atlantic, Iowa, and H. Thomas, Chicago^ 111.", assignors "to Bostedo" Cash 

and Package Carrier Company, Atlantic, Iowa, Cash and package carrie" 
Bostedo Package and Cash Carrier Company. (See Bostedo, Louis G., assignor.) 
Boston Cash Indicator and Recorder Company. (See AVebster, Jerome J„ assignor.) 
Boston Clock Company. (See Craig, Abraham, assignor.) 
Boston AVoven Hose Company. (See Cowen, Robert, assignor.) 
Boston AVoven Hose Company. (See Hall, Luther, assignor.) 
Bostrom, August O., AVashington, D. C. Hydraulic, excavator 



365,572 
365,361 



357,363 



374,290 
357,757 



358,007 
368,183 
355,966 
364,889 
355,967 



355,432 
355.433 
359.342 
370,234 
10,884 
355,755 j 



Dec. 13 
July 5 

Oct. 4 
Sept. 13 
May 10 

June 28 
June 28 

Feb. 8 

Dec. 6 
Feb. 15 



Feb. 15 
Aug. 16 
Jan. 11 
June 14 
Jan. 11 

Jan. 4 
Jan. 4 
Mar. 15 
Sept. 20 
Nov. 29 
Jan. 11 



Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


C 




"o 
> 




10 


3 


40 


5 


12 


4 


40 


5 


12 


* 


40 


5 


13 


4 


40 


5 


14 


5 


40 


5 



167 

597 
16 

427 
622 

912 

2013 
1684 



163 
1495 



47, 48 41 



156 
5 



41 
40 



I 41 

;167 *40 
i 168 S W 

249 39 

525 39 
439 39 



234 | 38 



43 

391 



1833 ! 483 

1225 i 328 

966 ! 252 

987 : 260 

968 ! 253 



180 

181 

1313 

1328 

2308 

636 



48 
48 
341 
355 
754 
166 



365,782 July 5 
358,959 ] Mai-. 8 
360,507 , Apr. 5 

361,125 j Apr. 12 
373,433 Nov. 22 1750 



la 
802 
161 

1052 



5 
203 
40 
(266 
J267 
C463 
J 464 



41 
38 



38 
40 

38 
39 
38 

38 
3^ 
38 
40 
41 
38 



40 
38 
39 

1 39 



501 



1171 
6 



1161 
650 



1495 
1431 



595 



1078 
718 



780 
700 
195 
1280 
196 

36 

37 

1160 

1300 

1034 

134 



6 

1057 

31 

200 
823 



370,523 Sept. 27 1768 471 40 1383 



375,044 


Dec. 


20 


1275 


333 


4! 


1309 


367,499 


Aug 


2 


216 


02 


40 


493 


361,044 


Apr. 


12 


939 


237 


39 


178 


361,126 


Apr. 


12 


1054 


267 


39 


200 


364,209 


Juno 


7 


18 


5 


39 


1092 


374,391 


Dec. 


6 


312 


83 


41 


1105 


360,273 


Mar. 


29 


2811 


714 


33 


1457 


374,139 


Nov. 


29 


2778 


747 


41 


1029 


370,309 


Sept. 


20 


1428 


383 


40 


1319 




Sept. 


13 


955 


252 


40 


1222 


373,638 


Nov. 


22 


2065 


551 


41 


8o2 


367,586 


Aug. 


2 


336 


96 


40 


516 


368,056 


Aug. 


9 


1045 


280 


40 


658 


368,057 


Aug. 


9 


1045 


280 


40 


658 


371,168 . 


Oct. 


11 


621 


159 


41 


130 


361,920 


Apr. 


26 


2197 


570 


39 


432 


375,599 


Dec. 


27 


2033 


528 


41 


1464 



363,200 May 17 1605 421 39 , 789 



372,592 


Nov. 


1 


452 


\ 122 


!« 


555 


369,628 


Sept. 


6 


439 


(122 
i 133 


J40 


1113 


307,951 


Aug. 


9 


896 


243 


40 


629 



363,796 May 31 



°454 5 637 1 39 
~ i0 * $638 5 -JJ 



966 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 18-7. 



33 



Atyhabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



So. 



Date. 



Stalk- 



Boatwiclt Henrv H., Auburn. N. Y. Grate for stoves, ranges, furnaces, &c. ... -- 
Boswell, George G. F., assignor of two-fifths to J. E. Boswell, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Boswell George G. F. and J. E., Indianapolis, Ind. Corn-harvester 

■Rn'swpll' JohnTI. (See Jackson, George, assignor.) 
.Boswell John I„ near Cliase City, Va. Combined cotton-seed planter and fertihzer-dis- 



371,246 Oct. 11 

360,652 Apr. 5 
361,483 Apr. 19 



Monthly 
volume. 


Offi< 
Gaze 


ft 
If. 


n 


> 


726 


186 


u 


369 


93 


39 


1558 

1 


404 


39 



si 

- 



151 



70 
306 



Boswell Joseph E.""(See Boswell George G. F, assignor.) 

Boswell Joseph E. (See Boswell, George G. F. and J. E.) 

■Rosworth Albert E. (See Carr and Yarwood, assignors.) ■ 

Bn'worth Charles B., Everett, Mass., assignor to Electric Gas Lighting Company, Port. 

land Me Electric gas-lighting apparatus - - - - - - 

Bosworth Charles B.^Eveiett, Mass, assignor to Electric Gas Lighting Company, Port- 

Bosworttf Charted 

BosworttfcharlesB., Everett,' Mass".," assignor to Electric Gas "Lighting Company, of" Maine. 

Electric gas-lighting apparatus .-:--";■■.:: i." -'•' 

Bosworth Charles F.fMilford, Conn. Sewing-machine feeding mechanism 

Bosworth! Joab O. (See Case. Francis M., assignor.) 

Bosworth, Joab O.. Denver, Colo. Apparatus for granulating lead 

Roth AdoVtVhC, Portland, Me. Letter-scale -- ------■•-■ •• ■-" "*•,""■■; "V-r-" 

Botsfofd Frederick &., Erie, Pa., assignor of one-half to T. D. Van Devort, Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Universal flexible joint for pipes 

I&tig^a^ 



361,484 Apr. 19 i 1559 405 ' 39 ; 306 



359,053 

374,036 

374,652 

375,118 
371,414 

373,766 
371,920 



374.447 
366,072 



-matters : 365,666 



. ., nv. Manufacture of new red dye-stuffs or coloring 

BSttitfer Paul Gossnitz, Saxe-Altenburg, assignor to Actiengesellschaft fur Anilm Fab- 
rikarion Berlin ? Germany. Combination of the salts of tetrazo-dipbenyl and the naph- 
thvlamines - 

Bottomley, Isaac H. and T., Shelf, near Halifax, county of York:, England. Dye-vat 

Bottomlev, Thomas. (See Bottomley, Isaac H. and T.) 

Bottomley, Thomas H., Capec, Mich. Tire-tightener 

Boucher, Amos, White House, Ohio. Drain-tile-laying machine 



Oil-cloth-printing machine 



Valve attach- 



Boucher, Henry A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bouck, Charles A., New Carlisle Ohio Bicycle . - 

Boudinot, Jeremiah, Springfield. 111. Coftee-pot. . - - - - - ■ 

Boudreaux, Leandre. assignor of one-half to J. J. Gorman, Thibodeaux, La. 

BoTghto^BaTnA^^^ 

Bo^nto^'Cla^^ 

Bvngatoni Claudius" Y.~, assignor to Buffalo'Seal ana Press Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Seal- 

Bou^hton ' George H', North Bu'ey," Mich. " " Attachment for double harness 

nmiShtmi' Tohn W Philadelphia, Pa. Knockdown screen-door or window frame - - - - - - 

Boufhton, John W.', PMladelphia', Pa., and J. M. Snidow, Big Stony Creek, Va. Device 

for sharpening saws - - - - - - - - - - - - --- ' 

Boufhton, William G.. Frostburg, Md. Thill-coupling 

Boulanger, Emile, St. Louis, Mo. Tympanum. 



365,667 
361,921 

358,253 
365,428 

364,890 

356,095 
367,780 

362,418 

359,200 
365.117 

' 372,653 

I 371,921 

355,969 



Boulanger, Emile, St. Louis, Mo. Pitch-indicator for tympanums 

Boulanger, Emile, St. Louis, Mo. Drum ;:■:",' i 

Boulton James B. D. , Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for forming steel ingots m a sectional 



Boulton," Ori'n T."," assignor of one-half" to" J. "e". Hunter; Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Stock-rack 

for platform-scales .......*. ........ 

Boulton Samuel B., London, England. Preserving timber 

Bouquet, Maxima, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cuff-button......... - - 

Bourbon Copper and Brass Works. (See Bardo and Ford, assignors.) 
Bourgeois, Maxime E. (See Caloue and Danton, assignors.) 

Bourke Martin, Youngstown, Ohio. Window-cleaner 

Bourke Martin. Youngstown, Ohio. Brush or mop holder 

Bourne' Henrv H., Manhattan, Kans. Blasting earth ;----- W" V" ""<£." 

Bourne,' James N., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Kitson Machine Company. Machine for 



opening and preparing fiber 
Bousha, John. (See Bellaire and Bousha.) 

Boutcher, Edward, London, England. Furnace-grate 

Boutell, Benjamin, Bay City, Mich. Boom - -. 

Boutet Henrv, Ludlow, Kv. Railway scraper and leveler.. „..-.- .---^-. 

Bouton, Arthur A., Brooklyn, assignor to J. Kayser, New York, N. Y. Mitt and glove 

Bo\!ton, S A d r e thurA.,' Brookly"n,'assi"gnor"to J.'Kayse'rVNew York, N.Y."" Feeding device for 

sewing-machines : - - - -, - 

Bouton, Charles A. (See Posner, Morns N, assignor.) 

Bouton Valentine, et al. (See Hamilton, Frederick P., ass:gnor.) 

Bovard, John A. F. (See Farmer, Bovard, and Moon.) 

Bovee Walter H., Williamsport, Pa. Car-coupling - 

Bow Victor, New York, N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm - 

Bowdish, Edward P. (See Bowdish, NelsonS. and E. R.) tm -u na¥a 

Bowdish, Nelson S. and E. P., Skaneateles, N. Y. Compressed seam for boais 

Bowdish, Nelson S. and E. P.. Skaneateles, N. Y. Boat 

Bowditch, William E. (See Shattuck, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bowe, Isaac, assignor of one-half to G. A. Gindele, Chicago, 111. Boiler-furnace - 

Bowe Patrick, Jersev Citv, N. J. Battery-connection for electric conductors 

Bowe' William H., Cincinnati. Ohio. Side-bar vehicle - --- 

Bowell Francis M., Polling Prairie. Ind. Machine for extracting seeds from encumbers. 

Bowen' David deceased. Topeka. Kans.; M. Bowen, administratrix. Ponce-post 

Bowen; Elijah, Bay View, Wis. Polling-mill - 

3 PAT 



361,485 
358.535 
355,970 

355,971 

371,415 

365,902 

374,927 
360,947 
366,644 

! 

355,298 
374,171 

371,298 

365,784 

366,450 
359,765 
371,416 

367,356 

367,357 



Mar. 8 

Nov. 29 

Dec. 13 

Dec. 20 
Oct. 11 

Nov. 22 
Oct. 25 

Dec. 6 
July 5 

June 28 

June 28 
Apr. 26 

Feb. 22 

June 23 

June 14 

Jan. 18 
Aug. 9 

May 3 

Mar. 8 
June 21 

Nov. 8 
Oct. 25 
Jan. 11 

Apr. 19 

Mar. 1 
Jan. 11 

Jan. 11 

Oct. 11 

July 5 



Dec. 20 
Apr. 12 
July 19 



Jan. 4 
Dec. 6 
Oct. 11 

July 5 

July 12 
Mar. 22 
Oct. 11 

Aug. 2 

Aug. 2 



368,184 Aug. 16 
363,043 May 

356.096 i Jan. 
368,058 Aug. 



371,872 

368,321 
360.200 
361,344 

359.589 

361.S53 



Oct. 

Aug. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 



928 

2627 

691 

1385 
961 

2245 
1699 

398 
441 

2149 

2151 

2198 

2185 
1786 

988 

1155 
653 



237 

705 

182 

360 
249 

601 
440 

104 

120 



570 
571 

576 

;465 
i 466 



38 1081 



4] 

41 



1000 
1190 



41 1330 

41 195 



41 
41 



918 
361 



41 1121 

40 : 83 

39 1519 

39 1519 

1 39 433 

38 I 851 

£39 1449 



<j 260 t ,„ 12g() 

1261 5** lX " 

306 38 237 

176 40 582 



487 ! 138 



1112 
1336 

551 

1700 
973 

1560 
184 
974 

975 

963 

203 

1098 

791 

1234 



11 

17 

797 

17 

939 

1988 
963 

3 

7 



1226 



" 


1394 | 


1? 

9 


1157 
1046 


18 


1625 


16 
29 

19 
15 

26 


1429 

2700 
1371 
1723 
2114 



290 
(353 
J354 

151 
441 
255 

405 
43 

255 
C255 
1256 

249 

52 
286 
"336' 

4 

4 

204 

6,7 

256 
503 
250 

1,2 

2 



328 
368 



39 569 

38 1116 
^39 ' 1352 



41 

-11 
38 

39 

38 
38 



584* 
361 
197 

307 
936 
197 



>38 197 
41 I 196 



40 

41 
39 
40 



39 

1278 
152 
251 



4 

1049 
164 



40 6 



306 
280 



40 
38 
41 

40 

40 



40 
3J 



38 

40 



$ 419 *41 
\ 320 5 
379 40 



682 
352 
438 
548 



38 
39 

33 
39 



186 

1299 

196 

451 

452 



700 

747 



238 
658 



333 

739 
1436 

271 
1234 

417 



34 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bowen, Francis C, Brooklyn, N. T. Hat-ventilator 

Bowen, George A., Medina, N. Y. Machine for making sand cores 

Bowen, Mary, administratrix. (See Bowen, David.) 
Bowen, Menard K. (See Price, William G., assignor.) 

Bower, Charles F., Philadelphia, Pa. Boiler-tube cleaner 

Bower City Machine Company et al. (See Wallis, Harry E., assignor.) 

Bower, Elijah C, Milwaukee, Wis. Cell-case 

Bowers, Albert M., Newark, N. J. Leather finishing or ironing machine . . 
Bowers, Albert M., Newark, N. J. Leather softening or staking machine. 

Bowers, Albert M., Newark, N. J. Leather-finishing machine 



No. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



Bowers, Albert M. , Newark, N. J. Steam-generator 

Bowers, Albert M., Newark, N. J". Leather-finishing machine. 



Bowers, 
Bowers, 
Bowers, 
Bowers, 
Bowers, 
Bowers, 
Bowers, 

Mass. 
Bowers, 

Eaves- 
Bowball 
Bowick, 
Bowker, 

Bowker, 

Bowles, 
Bowling 
lin 



Alpbonzo B., San Francisco, Cal. Dredging apparatus - 

Alphonzo B., San Francisco, Cal. Dredging apparatus 

Alphonzo B., San Francisco, Cal. Excavator .' 

Edward L. (See Grout aud Bowers.) 

Enoch, Trenton, N.J. Clutch ,.... 

James, Newark, N. J. Bustle-spring 

John AV., Franklin, assignor to Douglas Axe Manufacturing Company, Boston, 

Die for forming axes, &c 

La Mont M., assignor to himself, A. Hatten, and L. A. Galpin, Binghamton, N. Y. 

trough angle or miter 

, Henry, Cedar Springs, Mich. "Wrench 

Edward M., Charleston, S. C. Machine for crushing ores 

LeoE., assignor to Ashuelot Can Company, Winchester, N. H. Bung 

William, WestMedford, and R. Williams, Boston, Mass. Loom 

R. E., et al. (See Isbell, Arista H., assignor.) 

, Donald E. , assign or of one-half to W. "W. H. Harris, Lynchburg, Ya. Car-coup- 



Bowling, Enoch C, assignor of one-half to H.P. Glover, Ypsilanti, Mich. Stay for garments 
Bowling, Enoch C, assignor of one-half to H. P. Glover, Ypsilanti, Mich. Stay for garments 
Bowman, Charles A., et al. (See Parker and Gunning, assignors.) 

Bowman, Charles F., New Haven, Conn. Cutting-nippers 

Bowman, Ellsworth, Ankenytown, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Bowman, F. S. (See Zeller,' Thomas B., assignor.) 
Bowman, Harry L. (See Bowman, Ira W. and H. L.) 
Bowman, Helen 1 L. (See Lewis and Bowman.) 

Bowman, Ira W. and H. L., Elkton, Ohio. Hame-fastener 

Bowman, John. (See Steinle, William M., assignor.) 

Bowman, Selwyn Z., et al. (See Clough, William P., assignor.) 

Bowman, William M., Palo Pinto, assignor of one-half to W. J. Colbow and C. P. Lewis, 

Windsor, Mo. Device for opening and closing furnace-doors 

Bowman. Winthrop H, Boston, Mass. Ventilation of pillows, &c 

Bowne, Charles W., et al. (See Spalding, Orlando D., assignor.) 

Bowser, Augustus. (See Bowser, Sylvanns F. and A.) 

Bowser, Sarah F. (See Bowser, Sylvanus F. and A., assignors.) 

Bowser, Sylvanus F. and A. ; said Sylvanus F. Bowser assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

S. F. Bowser, Fort Wayne, Ind. Storage and measuring tank for volatile liquids 

Bowsher, Nelson P., South Bend, Ind. Grinding-mill 



Bowyer, John M., Erie, Pa., assignor of one-half to O. "W. Lowry, Detroit, Mich. Distance- 
instrument .-.■ 

Box, William W., Crayford, aud F. J. Beadle, Erith, county of Kent, England; said Box 
assignor to said Beadle. Horseshoe ., 

Boyce, George K., Orange, N. J. Combination-lock 

Boyd, Edward K., Chicago, 111. Watch-case 

Boyd, James, St. Paul, Minn. Hoisting-machine 



Boyd, James, and W. F. Golden burg, Vevay, Ind. Gate 

Boyd, James W., Aurora, Tex. Wire-tightener 

Boyd, James W., and G. W. Hurlbutt, Chadton, Nebr., assignors to said Boyd and H. A. 

Lyon, Sioux City. Iowa. Cartridge implement 

Boyd, John. (See Turner, John, assignor.) 

Boyd, John, Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. Stop-motion and winding mechanism 

for winding and twisting machines, &c 

Boyd, John S., Baltimore, Md. Buckle 

Boyd, John S., Baltimore. Md. Buckle 

Boyd, John S., Baltimore, Md. Bag 

Boyd. John W., assignor of one-half to M. C. Walden, Vevay, Ind. Churn 

Boyd, L. James M., Annapolis, Md. Boat lowering and hoisting device 

Boyd, William, Hartford, N. Y. Wire-stretching device 

Boyden, George A., assignor of one-half to C. B. Mann, Baltimore, Md. Fluid-pressure 

car-brake 



Boyden, George A., assignor of one-half to C. B. Mann , Baltimore, Md. Fluid-pressure', 
car-brake i 

Boyden, George A., assignor of one-half to C. B. Mann, Baltimore, Md. Fluid-pressure' 
car-brake 



Boyden. George A.. Ballimore, Md.. assignor to Boyden Power Brake Company of Baltic 
more City, of Maryland. Car-brake i 

Boyden, George A., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Boyden Power Brake Company of Balti-i 
more City, of Maryland. Operating car-brakes i 

Boyden, John L.. Cobbam, Va. Tramway-switch adjuster 

Boyden Power Brake Company of Baltimore City. (See Boyden, George A., assignor.) 

Boyer, Joseph, St. Louis, Mo. Recording- velocimeter 

Boyer Manufacturing Company. (See Burroughs, William S., assignor.) 

Boyer, Zaccur P. , Philadelphia, Pa. Cable-railwav construction 

Boyer, Zaccur P., Philadelphia. Pa. Device for bending metal beams or bars 

Boyer, Zaccur P.. assignor to United States Cable Motor Construction Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Conduit for ti action-rope or endless-cable railways 

Boyle Daniel T., assignor of one-half to E. S. McDonald, Chicago, ill." Automatic hose- 
reel 



357,364 
365,724 



359,383 

362,711 
363,585 
365,963 

366,298 

367,181 

367,952 

364.158 
364,571 
372,956 

370,852 
360,136 

367,131 

363,044 
374,928 
362,198 
358,536 

375,335 



375,438 
362,568 
372,593 

355,373 

371,028 



359,494 



361,394 
367,953 



372,250 
370,310 

364,630 

359,706 
363,110 
362,712 
366,299 

365,573 

361,745 

358,769 

359,839 
364,210 
368,274 
374,037 
364,476 
374,929 
362,600 

356,025 
356,020 

356,057 
372,890 

373,005 
371,247 

356,916 

365,964 
370,371 

359,421 

357,900 



Feb. 8 
June 28 



Mar. 15 

May 10 
May 24 
July 5 

July 12 

July 26 

Aug. 9 

May 31 
June 7 
Nov. 8 

Oct. 4 
Mar. 29 

July 26 

May 17 
20 
3 
1 



Dec. 
May 
Mar. 

Dec. 27 



Dec. 27 
May 10 
Nov. 1 



Jan. 
Oct. 



Mar. 15 



Apr. 19 
Aug. 9 



Oct. 25 
Sept. 20 

June 14 

Mar. 22 

May 17 

May 10 

July 12 

June 28 

Apr. 26 

Mar. 1 

Mar. 22 
June 7 
Aug. 16 
Nov. 29 
June 7 
Dec. 20 
May 10 

Jan. 11 
Jan. 11 

Jan. 11 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 8 
Oct. 11 

Feb. 1 

Julv 5 
Sept. 27 

Mar. 15 

Feb. 15 






889 
2236 



2098 

19 

1367 

2628 

383 
1102 

752 

1038 
1040 



913 
2150 

294 

745 

1953 

899 

2974 

520 

1011 

149 
2606 

1890 

1395 

1100 

191 

184 

1671 



1809 
701 
455 

107 
427 



1548 



1442 
902 



2197 
1429 

598 

1891 

1484 

914 

748 

2014 
1938 

507 



234 
582 



1389 355 



249 

557 

78 

(202 

$203 

527 

(243 

$244 

773 

140 

272 

40 
661 

512 

368 

287 

57 

43 

(439 

)440 



474 
195 
122 



107 



396 



373 
244 



563 
(383 
i 384 

160 

480 
392 
249 
203 
(525 
\ 526 
503 



OrScial 
Gazette. 



38 
39 



38 

39 
39 
40 

1 40 

40 

1 40 

39 
39 
41 

41 
38 

40 

39 
41 
39 
38 



41 
39 
41 

38 
41 



38 



39 

40 



41 
1 40 

39 

38 1283 

39 764 
39 
40 

1 39 

39 



124 38 



531 
5 
360 
705 
104 
287 
207 

273 
(273 

1085 i 285 
(248 
) 249 



73 ) 

74 I 



■nJlfSSl} 



38 I 1319 

39 I 1092 

40 | 726 

41 1000 
39 1160 
41 I 1278 
39 620 

38 210 

38 210 

38 
41 



41 



1092 
728 | ' 186 

240 C6, 67 



218 
649 

680 
151 



33 4C6 



296 
1527 



1441 
16S-3 



78 40 56 
409 40 1345 



368 
438 



38 i 1183 
38 1 753 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



35 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Boyle, Homer L., Grand Rapids, assignor to himself and L. Chichester, Allegan, Mich, 
i'h ill-coupling 

Boyle, James E., Brooklyn, N. T. Flushing apparatus for water-closets. (Reissue) 



Boylo, James E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Siphon water-closet 

Boyle, Jeffrey C, Brooklyn, assignor to D. H. Craig, agent, New York, X. Y. Electric tem- 

perature-indicator 

Boyle, John. (See Brass, Robert, assignor.) 

Boyle, John, Peabody, Mass. Leather-embossing machine 

Boyle, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Grommet 

Boyne, Thomas A. (See Dunn, George, assignor.) 

Boynton, Alfred, assignor of two-thirds to C. W. Boynton and H. W. Peace, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Saw. 



Boyntou Bicycle Railway Company. (See Boynton, Ehen M., assignor.) 
Boynton, C. W., et al. (See Boynton, Alfred, assignor.) 

Boynton, Charles W.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Saw-handle 

Boynton, Eben M., "West Newbury, Mass. Pocket-knife 

Boynton, Eben M., West Newbury, Mass. Saw 

Boynton. Ehen M., "West Newbury, Mass., assignor to Boynton Bicycle Railway Company, 
New York, N. Y. Locomotive 



Boynton, Edward S., New York, N. Y. Adjustable wrench 

Boynton Furnace Company. (See Boynton, Nathaniel A., assignor.) 

Boynton, Nathaniel A., assignor to Boynton Furnace Company, New York, N. Y. Hot-air 



furnace 



Boynton, Nelson C, Los Angeles, Cal. Animal-trap 

Bvabson, Thomas, Newark, N. J. Chimes-frame 

Brabson , Thomas, Newark, N. J Latch for refrigerators, &c 

Brabsoii. Tom. (See Booth and Brabson.) 

Brace, Charles H., Cumberland, Md. Thill-coupling 

Bracewell, W. E. (See Alexander, James G., assignor.) 
Bracey, William T. (See Gray, Walter G., assignor.) 
Bracher, George S.. et al. (See Saxton, Augustus C, assignor.) 

Bracher, Thomas W., New York. N. Y. Sweat-hand for hats 

Brackett, Marrick C, Holland, Mass., assignor to Standard Optical Company, (limited,) 

Geneva, N. Y. Eyeglass 

Bradbrook, Walter, Dysart, Iowa. Hoof trimmer 

Braddock, Edward I., Medford, Mass. Coating iron with tin or its alloys or other metals. 

Braddock, Warren L., Boston, Mass. Combined safety-pin and garment-supporter 

Bradeen, Hiram C, McKeesport, Pa., assignor to National Tube Works Company, Boston, 

Mass. Manufacture of tubing 

Braden, Isabella, et al. (See Braden, Tom, assignor.) 

Braden, Lincoln, Lawrence, Kans. Cultivator-axle 

Braden, Tom, assignor to W. H. and I. Braden, Des Moines, Iowa. Hatchway -gate for ele- 



vators . 



Manufacture 



Cutting 



Pad- 



Braden, William H., et al. (See Braden, Tom, assignor.) 

Bradford, Alden, Fall River, Mass. Rod-packing 

Bradford, Benjamin W. (See Baldwin and Bradford.) 

Bradford, Charles K., Lynnfield, assignor to A. A. Griffing, Boston, Mass. 
of boots or shoes 

Bradford, Charles W., Thorndike, assignor of one-half to G. F. Terry, Unity, Me 
apparatus for mowers 

Bradford. Frank H.. and N. E. Kennedy, Providence, R. I. Case for violins 

Bradford, Fred W. R., Claremont, N. H. Chafe and loop for harness 

Bradford, Gamaliel, Cambridge, assignor to Ames Sword Company, Chicopee, Mass 
lock and chain 

Bradford, Hezekiah, Philadelphia, Pa. Ore and rock crushing and pulverizing machine . . 

Bradford, Purmort, assignor to Sargent & Company, New Haven, Conn. Transom-lifter . 

Bradford, Thomas, Allegheny City, Pa. Air-moistener 

Bradford, Thomas, Salford, county of Lancaster, England. Machine for ironing or calen- 
dering linen or other fabrics 

Bradford, Thomas C. (See Huewe, George A., assignor.) 

Bradford, Thomas C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Attachment for telephones 

Bradford, William, Brockport, N. Y. Potato-digger 

Bradford, William, Brockport, N. Y. Hollow auger 

Bradford, William L., Portland, Me. Trestle-tree 

Bradish, Avery J., Pullman, 111. Policeman's club 

Bradley, Alfred B. (See Haley, Eugene H., assignor.) 

Bradley, Byron C, assignor to D. Bradley Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. Com 
bined lister and seeder 

Bradley, Charles J., Westfield, Mass. Machine for laying button-molds on whips 

Bradley, Charles T., et al. (See Shaw, Elijah, assignor.) 

Bradley, Christopher C. (See Clinton, Charles M., assignor.) 

Bradley, Christopher C. (See Deering, Michael, assignor.) 

Bradley, Christopher C, Syracuse, N. Y. Vehicle-axle 

Bradley, Christopher C, Syracuse, N. Y. Axle-nut 

Bradley, Christopher C, Syracuse, N. Y. Shackle for vehicle-springs 

Bradley, E. T., et al. (See Donahue, James H., assignor.) 

Bradley, Edward H., Layton Station, Pa. Coke-oven front 

Bradley, Edwin C. (See Freeland, James R., assignor.) 

Bradley, Everal, Trumansburg, N. Y. Snap-hook 

Bradley, Frank B. (See Parrish, James F., assignor.) 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. (See Comstock and Buxton, assignors.) 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company. 

Bradley, James R. (See Rosenberg and Bradley.) 

Bradley, John W., Bradford, county of York, England 

Bradley, Lucien, Chicago, 111. Hand fire-extinguisher. 



(See Evarts, Charles A., assignor.) 
(See Evarts, John A., assignor.) 
(See Evarts and Fisher, assignors.) 
(See Fisher, Edwi», assignor.) £/»>*• 
(See Penfield, William A., assignor.) 
(See Seidensticker, F. Robert, assignor.) 



Circular combing machine 



No. 



367,265 
10,820 

372,199 

374,581 

356,677 
367,590 

373,717 



356,820 
373,580 
373,581 

35,9,008 
364,749 



356,980 
355,857 
358,725 
361,922 

368,451 



367,266 



363,201 
355,756 
371,248 
361,121 

368,059 

358,917 

361,204 

362,355 

3G3,946 

359,992 
373,718 
369,910 

373,218 
359,495 
368.452 
365,785 

372,513 

366,994 
365,574 
374,773 
357,548 
365,904 

360,793 
375,473 



368,992 
372,957 
375,529 

369,094 

364,572 



357,171 
362,485 



Date. 



July 26 

Apr. 19 

Oct. 25 

Dec. 13 

Jan. 25 
Aug. 2 

Nov. 22 

Feb. 1 
Nov. 22 
Nov. 22 

Mar. 8 
June 14 



Feb. 1 
Jan. 11 
Mar. 1 
Apr. 26 

Aug. 16 



July 26 

May 17 
Jan. 11 
Oct. 11 
Apr. 12 

Aug. 9 

Mar. 8 
Apr. 12 
May 3 

May 31 

Mar. 29 
Nov. 22 
Sept. 13 

Nov. 15 
Mar. 15 
Aug. 16 
July 5 

Nov. 1 

July 19 
June 28 
Dec. 13 
Feb. 8 
July 5 

Apr. 5 
Dec. 27 



Aug. 30 
Nov. 8 
Dec. 27 

Aug. 30 

June 7 



Monthly j Official 
volume. I Gazette. 



Feb. 8 
May 10 






2085 
1823 

2119 

599 

1971 

341 

2174 



106 
1982 
1983 

873 
765 



332 

789 

452 

2199 

1618 



2086 

1606 
637 
729 

1046 

1047 
750 

1183 
391 

2670 

2351 

2174 

839 

1430 

1549 

1619 

19 

331 

1694 
2016 

862 
1165 

207 

555 

1856 



2385 
1013 
1925 

2534 

521 



563 

,'472 
473 

.544 
545 

156 

518 
97 



581 



30 

526 
527 

222 
; 203 
- 204 



207 
110 
571 

432 



563 



421 
166 



264 
281 
186 



40 
1 39 

\* 

41 

38 

40 

41 

38 

41 
41 

38 
! 39 



38 
38 
38 
39 

40 



40 

39 

38 
41 
39 

40 

38 



299 | 39 

108 ! 39 



693 

592 
582 
222 

377 
396 
432 

7 

91,92 

455 
526 
226 
306 
53 

C144 

\ 145 

485 



39 

38 
41 

40 

41 
38 
40 
40 

41 

40 

39 
41 
33 
40 

| 39 
41 



634 j 40 
272 41 
504 41 



672 
141 



40 
39 



639 

589 



166 
166 



38 
39 



bJO 
(3 



418 
357 

437 

1171 

399 

517 

905 

443 

865 
865 

1069 
1240 



484 
160 
988 
433 

776 



418 

789 
134 
151 
200 

658 

1047 

224 

550 

1005 

1372 
906 

1:02 

752 
1203 

777 
6 

533 

336 

1495 

1225 

648 

40 

104 
1431 



941 

666 

1445 



1186; 



548 
592 



36 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



No. : Date. 



Bradley Manufacturing Company. David. (See Bradley Byron C, assignor.) 

Bradley Manufacturing Company, David. (See Packer, John F. assignor.) 

Bradley Manufacturing Company. David. (See Packer and Gaede assignors ) 

Bradlev Robert Jr. assignor to R. Bradlov & Sons, Providence, R. I. Spectacle-temple. 

Bradley & Sons,' Robert. (See Bradley, Robert Jr assignor ) . i 

Bradlev Stephen, Reinbeck, Iowa, Device for loading or unloading animals - 3 ,0,760 

Bradlev Voorhees & Day Manufacturing Company. (See Day, Lyman H., assignor.) 

Bradlev William E., Roseoe, N. T. Floor-jack - - - - - -- --------■. 

Bradlev William W., and J. R. Holroyd, Washington, D. C. Electric firing mechanism 

for guns and shells . ^ DH 

Greenville, HI. Baling-press I 362,713 



373,006 Nov. 8 
Oct. 4 



61,794 June 14 



Bradsby, William B, 

Bradsby, William B 
Bradsby, William B, 



and E. W. Hagee, 
and E. W. Hagee 



Greenville, HI. Alarm-lock 370,677 

Greenville, 111. Automatic rail-way-station indi-: 



Nov. 
May 

Sept. 

Nov. 



10 



27 



i 362,714 
' 362,715 



Oct, 
May 
May 



372,594 Nov. 



373,961 

Bradshaw' EdwardD' iSee Broemser and Bradshaw.) . „. , ,„ i 

Bradshaw John A., and M. Lapoint, Lowell, Mass., assignors of one-third to F. C. Fletcher, 
New York N. Y. Machine for making cartridge-shells I ;»!M5. 

Bradshaw, Silas S., assignor to J. W. Garvy, Chicago, 111. Window 

Bradshaw, Silas S., assignor to J. W. Garvy. Chicago, 111. Window 

Bradt Charles E., et al. (See Stevens, Sidney M., assignor.) 

Bradt' Emenzo, Johnstown, N. Y. Rasping-tool •*■ 

Bradt, Samuel E.. et al. (See Stevens, Sidney M., assignor.) ! 

Brady Bernard B., and A. B. McCanna, Chicago, 111. Car-starter ,358,64. Alar. 

Bradv' George K. (See O'Connor, Stephen, assignor.) 

Brady Gilbert A., Chicago, 111. Attachment-holder for sewing-machines 

Brady James N., et al. (See Adams, Henry P., assignor.) 

Brady, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Sash-fastener 

New York, N. Y. Yalve-gear 

Philadelphia, Pa. Loom for weaving looped or terry fabrics j 358,376 

New Britain, Conn. Electric-lamp frame i ™™}» 

New Paris, Ohio. Fence-wire tension device | *"."" 

Braffett James L.', New Paris. Ohio. Device for twisting fence-wires --------- ------- „-.- - - : 360 '° ' 

Bragaw, John A., Albany, N. Y., assignor of one-half to A. E. Stanton, Montrose, Pa. Si 

Br^don*DavidS^ 

bined necktie and shirt-bosom - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Braaer GuulO.. Osage, Iowa. Combined sewing-machine cover ami stool. -_--- 

BraSaFrederick S., assignor of one-half to A. Lathrop, Corning N. Y Spark-arrester 
Sragg, iieueyi-a. g., ^"^ — fm ^i al f t „ 4 T.a+lirn-n Comma-. N. Y. Cmder-escape and 






1094 

9 

854 

1014 
915 

1988 

2522 



Official 
Gazette. 



292 

3 

224 

273 

(249 
} 250 
(528 
) 529 



41 

41 

39 

41 
^39 

?40 



29 2522 [HI }fl 



Brady, Nicholas R., 

Brady, Thomas A., 
Brady, Thomas H 
Braffett, James L 



4 


11 


1 
3,4 


10 


919 


251 


10 


921 


251 . 


1 


456 


122 


1 


329 


79 



41 
39 
39 



to 

cS 

B. 



6=0 



12." 4 

6C6 
651 

1430 

978 



652 
652 



556 



38 964 



358,011 , Feb. 22 1839 486 33 



370,235 . 
359,760 



Sept. 20 
Mar. 22 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Jlar. 
Mar. 



1330 

1989 

2351 
2225 
2510 
2511 



355 
f 503 
i 504 
625 
560 
638 
639 



Coiu- 



361,808 : Apr. 26 ; 2033 528 



Bragg, Frederick S. 



364,891 
358.643 
365,234 



June 14 
Mar. 1 
Juno 21 



992 261 

331 80 

1489 392 



40 

I 38 

.38 
38 
38 
38 



787 

1300 

1299 

883 
1342 
1402 
1402 



39 401 



39 
38 
39 



1281 

965 

1382 



draft-regulator .. 

Brao-g Henry W. (See Galbraith, Edward A., assignor.) 

Briiiadi Abraham. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Hat ....-..----. --■- 

Hranam Lewis, and H. L. K. Jackson, Titusville, Pa, Animabreleasing device 

Braillard, Francois F., et al, executors. (See Armbrnster, Frederick.) 

Brainard, Amos H., Hyde Park, Mass. Milling-machine 

Tiraitiard Edwin S., Boston, Mass. Manufacture of shoe-calk stock Vi""iJ 

Brainard', Ellison L„ and A. W. Barton, assignors to Barton Bell Company, East Hamp- 
ton, Conn. Sleigh or harness bell -------.- - - - - - - 

-Rrainard Fred R.. Annapolis, Md. Electnc push-button ----- - - - - - - - -. - 

Brainard Joseph W., and A. D. Swan, Kent, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Electric 
Blind Slat Company, Ravenna, Ohio. Window-blind 

Brainard, Morris F., Brooklyn, N.Y. Pump-excavator 

Bramhach, Stephan, New York, N. Y. Upright-piano action 

Bramm Henry, Jersey City, N. J. Machine-belt fastener 

Branch' Robert H., Martinsville, Ind. Dumping-wagon .........------- ■/■.■! -' 

Brand John S., assignor to Brand Manufacturing Company, New Britain, Conn. Octave- 

Braml Manufacturing Company. (See Brand, John S. assignor.) 
Brand Manufacturing Company. (See Wood, Lucius A., assignor.) 

■Rrandenbur"- Fowler A., Vandalia, Ohio. Carriage-curtam ...... . - - - 

Irandes- Henry H., assignor of one-half to A. P. Floyd, Corydon, Ky. Hame-fastener . . . 

Brandne'r, Adolphus G., Springfield, Ohio. Grave-monument. - - 

Brandon, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Car-strap 

Brandon, C. Webster. (See Apple a-d Brandon.) 

■Rrandon William. (See Johnson and Brandon.) . . 

Brandt Frederick, New York, N. Y. Alarm attachment for overflow-basins 

Brandt', Frederick, New York, N. Y. Wash-tub - 

Brandt' James. (See Hansen and Brandt.) 

Brandt, Joseph H., Norristown, Pa. Tablet 

Hr-mford T.ook Works. (See Donahue, Thomas, assignor.) 

Brankston Ralph T assignor to W. G. Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., (limited,) Newcastle- 

unon-Tyne, England. Mounting for quick-firing guns . . - ■ - • - - - 

Brann Oscar B., Portland, Me. Automatic steam-pressure and heat regulator 

Brannkn, John, and W. E. Stone, Denver, Colo. Electric torceps 

Brantio-ara, Elias, Indianapolis, Ind. Fire-escape - 

Brascb, Henry, Chicago, 111. Soldering-tool - ^r.;,-. v "• "1 

Brashears Parlor and Sleeping Car Company. (See Brashears, William J., assignor.) 
Brasheart William J.rSt.DeSis, assignor to Brashears Parlorand Sleeping Car Company,) 

Baltimore, Md. Comhined parlor and sleeping car > 

Brass, Robert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Curtain-pole bracket - 

Brass Robert, assignor to J. Boyle, Brooklyn, N. Y. Grommet 

Bratton, William v., et al. (See Billingslea, Asa A., assignor.) 

Brauch, Fred J., Belleville, 111. Putty-knife .......... ... ------- 

Brauchler Henry, Greensburg, Pa. Machine for cutting and bending link-blanks 

Braun, Anton, Jersey City, N. J. Yehicle-axle and box 

Braun, Jacob, Bismarck, Ohio. Hay or hog rack 

Braun Martin. Cape Yincent. N. Y. Aerial ship 

Braun, Max, Newark, N. J. Xylo-metalliphone piano 



365,235 June 21 1491 



3!;2 39 1383 



372,514 
373,434 

367,954 
372,398 

371,249 

355,858 

367,358 
363,202 
363,947 
374,582 
356,269 



Nov. 1 

Nov. 22 



332 92 41 
1751 464 ' 41 



Aug. 
Nov. 

Oct. 
Jan. 

Aug. 
May 
May 
Dec. 
Jan. 



9 
1 

11 
11 

2 
17 
31 
13 

18 



169 



48 1 41 



730 
790 

10 

1608 

2671 

600 

1382 



186 
207 

3 
422 
693 
156 
366 



41 
38 

40 
39 
39 
41 
38 



373,122 Nov. 15 



1269 336 ! 41 



357,265 
359,422 
361,259 



Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 



360,137 Mar. 29 



357,307 
360,991 



Feb. 
Apr. 



766 
1443 
1258 
2607 



824 
863 



199 38 

368 [ 38 

321 39 

601 ; 38 



214 
219 



38 
39 



361,122 I Apr. 12 ' 1048 265 



371,543 
363,275 
371,664 
358,427 
365,293 



Oct, 
May 
Oct. 

Mar. 



June 21 



364,750 

374,340 
370,924 

364,159 
357,172 
364,333 

362,356 

356,743 
367,955 



June 14 

Dec. 6 
Oct. 4 



May 
Feb. 
June 

May 

Feb. 

Aug. 



1141 
1700 
1307 
6 
1562 

766 

246 

280 

2977 
641 
170 

393 

5 
906 



297 41 

445 39 

339 41 

2 38 

412 39 



533 
823 

631 

501 

151 
160 

453 

790 
1005 
1172 

280 

723 



571 
1184 

250 
1419 



583 
164 



200 



241 
808 
274 
904 
1398 



;204 

1 205 

65 

69 

773 

167 

47 

f 108 

( 109 

2,3 

245 



>39 1240 



41 
41 

39 
38 
39 

1 39 

38 
40 



1093 
56 

1066 
543 

1121 

551 

424 
631 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



37 



Alphabetical lint of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Brannfeld, Henrv E., Philadelphia, Pa. Wash-stand 

Brauthoffer. Samuel, et al. (See Ferguson, George J., assignor.) 

Brawn Ruffus E.. Newburvport, Mass., assignor to N. Wilson, Washington, D. U, and 

B. A.' Osgood, Wakefield, 'Mass. Spring-motor cash-carrier . .... ------- - - - - -- - - - - • 

Brawn Rufus E., Newburvport, Mass., assignor to N. Wilson, Washington, D. U, and is. 

A Osgood, Wakefield, Mass. Cash-carrier track - 

Bray Melleu. (See Pope, Everett M., assignor.) 

Bray, Mellon, Newton, Mass. Trunk 

Brav, Morris P., Worcester, Mass. Corset ■■ - - - - - - - - - - - 

Brav! Morris P., assignor of one-half to D. H. Panning, Worcester, Mass. Elastic gore tor 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



corsets 



Brav William C, Newton. Mass. Machine for setting lacing studs or hooks 

Brayton, Louise C. (See Monteverde, Florencio E., assignor.) 

Brayton, Richard. (See Howard and Brayton.) 

Brazel, Peter B., Chebovgan, Mich. Snow-plow - 

Brazelle, Benjamin, St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for manufacturing gas 

Brecht, Gustavus V., St. Louis, Mo. Block or chunk pin 

Breck, Charles H., Newton, Mass. Sifter 

Breckenridge, John G., Springfield, Ohio. Ironine-board - - 

Bredow, Frank, Davenport, Iowa. Protector for lamp-globes 

Brehmer, August. Leipsic, Germanv. Paper-box machine ; 

Brehmer, George E., Syracuse, N. Y. Lamp-shade - 

Breed, Dwight B., et al. (See Wright, William H., assignor.) 

Breen Thomas. Enowlton, Pa. Cable-railway car 

Breidenbach, William. (See Haines and Breidenbach.) 

Bremaker, Charles, Louisville, Ky. Paper-pulp digester 

Bremer, Godfrev •!". (See Sleight and Bremer.) 

Brendon, Ward, Garnerville, N. Y. Car-coupling - 

Brenerrnan, James, et al. (See Van Home and Fisher, assignors.) 

Brennan, Daniel, Jr., Saltersville, N. J. Stone and ore crusher 

Brennan, George. J., Troy, N. Y. Brush-locker 

Brennan, James J., Morris Plains, N. J. - Cuspidor 

Brennen. Edwin W. (See Huestis, Benjamin N., assignor.) 

Brenner, Charles, Sr. (See Brenner, George, assignor.) 

Brenner. George, assignor of one-half to C. Brenner, Sr., Cleveland, Ohio. Drum for turn- 
ing-lathes 

Brenner, Joseph. (See Harley and Brenner.) 

Brennicke & Co., Paul. (See Noll, Otto, assignor.) 

Brenowitz, Abraham. New York, N. Y. Safety-pocket for garments 

Brentini, Peter, London, England. Washing compound 

Brereton, David, assignor to W. H. Sheimerdine, Philadelphia, Pa. Stone-cutting machine 

Bressler, George N.. et al. (See Qnigley, Hugh L., assignor.) to _ 

Bretherton, Martin, Washington, D. C, assignor of one-half to C. Cresson, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Miter-box - - 

Brett, Thomas, Cleveland, Ohio. String-instrument 

Bretzfield, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Apparel-belt 

Breueggemann, John B. (See Witmer, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Breul, Richard A., Bridgeport, Conn. Wire chain — 

Breul, Richard A., Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for making sheet-metal chains 

Breul, Richard A., assignor to Bridgeport Chain Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

connecting chains - 

Brevoort, Henry L. (See Dawson, Edward, assignor.) 

Brewer, Adolph F., San Francisco, Cal. Supplemental bed-plate, centering device, and 

work-holder for drilling or slotting machines 

Brewer. Charles. (See Green and Brewer.) 

Brewer, Gilbert T., Hoboken, N. J. Vent-plug for beer-kegs 

Brewer. Gilbert T. , Hoboken, N. J. Hot-water attachment foT stoves 

Brewer, Horatio J., New York, N\ Y. Galvanic battery 

Galvanic battery 

Binding-clamp for battery-electrodes 

Galvanic battery 

Galvanic battery 



No. 



374,822 

365,459 

305,668 

358,012 
374,392 

362,419 
356,302 



367,694 
365,294 
372,595 
371,544 
356,568 
356,270 
366,146 
373,219 

364,393 

373,810 

357,266 

357,508 
369.911 
363,982 



357,453 



363,586 
360,948 

370,119 



359,663 
363,720 
362,601 

359,054 

368.275 



Date. 



Dec. 13 



Link for 



Brewer^ Horatio J., New York, N. Y. 
Brewer, Horatio J., New York, N. Y. 
Brewer, Horatio J., New York, N. Y. 
Brewer, Horatio J., New York, N. Y. 
Brewer, James P. (See Smith, William C, assignor.) 

Brewer, Michael S., St. James, Mo. Force-pump 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Strap for seenring packages 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Flour or meal sifter 

Brewisf John J., Minneapolis, Minn. Lathe 

Brewster, James B., et al. (See White, William, assignor.) 

Brewster, James R., and O. E. Williams, Windsor, Vt. Miter-box 

Brewster, Lvman D., et al. (See Sanford, Charles H., assignor.) 

Brewster, William F., East Orange, N. J. High -temperature thermometer 

Brewster, William F., East Orange, N. J. Recording-thermometer 

Breymann. George H. (See Thacher and Breymann.) 

Brice, Arthur T., et al. (See Evans, W. Warrington, assignor.) 

Brice, George A.. Titnsville, Pa. Tongue-support 

Brice, John, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Bench-plane 

Brickenstein, Laurence C, and C. A. Babendreier, Baltimore, Md. Device for decanting 

liquids - 

Brickley, Elmer E., Anita, Iowa. Spring-gun 

Bridewell, Richard F. , San Francisco, Cal. Cable propulsion for railways 

Bridge, Ephraim. (See Faraway and Bridge.) 

Bridge, Ephraim, Hazardville, Conn. Barrel-cover 

Bridgeford, William L., Louisville, Ky. Adjustable blower for stoves 

(See Daniels, William N., assignor.) 

(See Reed, Thomas S., assignor.) 

(SeeRhind, Frank, assignor.) 

(See Stoddard, Samuel G., assignor.) 

(See Breul, Richard A., assignor.) 
Bridgeport Spring Perch Company. (See Courier, William W., assignor.) 
Bridges, James T., Hancock, Md." Fork, rake, &c , 



375,0-15 



355,679 

359,840 
360,411 
359,055 
367,359 
367,956 
369,769 
373,435 



Bridgeport Brass Company. 
Bridgeport Brass Company. 
Bridgeport Brass Company. 
Bridgeport Brass Company. 
Bridgeport Chain Company. 



363,721 
366.555 
367.022 
356,678 

369,770 

365.905 
373,719 



374.583 
357,454 

360,557 
370,601 

367.086 



355,374 

361.809 



366.371 



■s: 



935 



June 28 1835 



June 28 

Feb. 22 
Dec. 6 

May 3 
Jan. 18 



Aug. 2 
June 21 
Nov. 1 
Oct. 18 
Jan. 25 
Jan. 18 
July 5 
Nov. 15 

June 7 

Nov. 29 

Feb. 8 

Feb. 15 
Sept. 13 
May 31 



2151 

1840 
313 

488 i 
1439 

508 
1583 

457 
1142 
1822 
1383 

538 
1431 

252 

2313 

767 

1209 

839 

2734 



> C 
213 41 1238 

477 

501 

487 
83 

138 
378 



140 
412 
122 
297 
476 
366 
145 
377 

71,72 

620 
199 

319 

, 222 

i 708 



39 


1458 


39 


1519 


38 


7.-7 


41 


1106 


39 


569 


38 


291 


•JO 


546 


39 


1398 


41 


556 


41 


241 


38 


370 


38 


28 1 


40 


101 


41 


752 


39 


1137 


41 


939 


38 


572 


38 


666 


40 


1202 


39 


1018 



Feb. 8 1019 ; 270 : 38 



May 24 
Apr. 12 

Sept. 20 



2151 
792 

1172 



557 



620 



39 
39 

40 1269 



903 
153 



Mar. 
May 

May 


22 
24 
10 


1827 

2350 

753 


Mar. 


8 


930 


Aug. 


16 


1368 


Dec. 


20 


1276 


Jan. 


11 


526 


Mar. 
Apr. 
Mar. 


22 
5 

8 


2101 

12 

930 




Aug. 2 
Aug. 9 
Sept. 13 
Nov. 22 



11 

908 

623 

1752 



May 
July 
July 
Jan. 


24 
12 
26 
25 


2352 
1089 
1731 
1972 


Sept. 


13 


624 


July 

Nov. 


5 
22 


208 

2176 



333 


41 


1309 


138 


38 


112 


531 


38 


1320 


4 


39 


o 


237 


38 


1081 


3 


40 


453 


246 


40 


032 


168 


40 


1161 


464 


41 


823 


610 


39 


911 


294 


40 


216 


466 


40 


352 


518 


38 


399 


169 


40 


1161 


53 


40 


40 


582 


41 


906 



Dec. 13 

Feb. 8 

Apr. 5 
Sept. 27 

July 26 



Jan. 4 

Apr. 26 



July 12 



C01 156 41 1172 
1020 ! 270 38 620 



243 

1879 



61 
498 



39 



47 



40 1408 
1827 {HI }40 370 



107 
2033 



29 

528 



38 
39 



23 

402 



849 ! 228 . 40 167 



38 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bridgess, Appleton S. (See Eccles, William E., assignor ) 

Bridgham, Frederic C. (See Nutter, "Walter B., assignor.) 

Bridgman, David B. (See Farner, Frank J., assignor ) 

Briegel, Fred. G. (See Lewis and Briegel.) 

Brigel, Leo A., Cincinnati, Obio. "Water-elevator 

Brigg, Charles, Bradford county of York, England. Tube-wasberforspin'ni'ng-m'achinesi&c 

Brigg, Charles W. Bristol, Va., assignorto W. W. Brigg and M. B. Hillyard, New Orleans. 
JL,a. Cotton-gm brush 

Brigg, "William "W., et al. (See Brigg, Charles W. ,' assignor.") 

Briggs, Charles E. (See Chandler and Briggs.) 

Briggs, D. W. ((See Podgorski, Casiniir M., assignor.) 

Briggs, Edwin F., Brooklyn, N. T., assignor of one-half to B. Albertson, Asburv Park N J 
dlobe or other valve 

Briggs, Ephraim, Seneca, Kans. Whiffletree-hook 

Briggs, George C, et al. (See Thomas, Michael C, assignor.") 

Briggs, George H., assignor of one-half to C. H. Nelson, North Grafton, Mass. Counter- 
stiffen er. 



Briggs, George N, Yount, assignor of one-half to J." BachelderVNapaVcai" WMffletree- 
hook. 



No. 



355,582 
361,859 



Date. 



369,041 



.Jan. 
Apr. 



Aug. 30 



Monthly 
volume. 



p. 



372,200 I Oct. 25 
357,569 Feb. 15 



H. Hild burgh, New York, N. Y. 



Briggs, Herbert G. (See Hanson, Freeman, assignor.) 

Briggs, James E.. Brooklyn, assignor of two-thirds to 

Shutter for skylights 

Bl 2£S?.' f ames E., Brooklyn, assignor of two-thirds to H/Hiidburgh, New York N Y 

Skylight-shutter 

Briggs, John A., Philadelphia^ Pa, Mail-bag ""-..".".""!."'!!!!!!!!."".!.!!.'! ... 

Apparatus for planing cakes of ice 

Ice and slush melting' attachment 

Vertical chute 

Feeder for stoves 



_ , John N, Coeymans, N. Y. 
Briggs, John N, Coeymans, N. Y. 
Briggs, John N, Coeymans, N. Y. 
Briggs, Melburn S., Oxford, Nebr. 
Briggs, Samuel. (See Norton and Briggs.) 

Briggs, Stephen A., Attleborough, Mass. Locket 

Briggs, "Warren R., Edgerton, Ohio. "Wood- working machine 

Briggs, William F., Bristol, R.I. Gage 

Brigham, Lyscom, Orangeville Mills. Mich. Soft-ground horseshoe 
-Bngbam, "Wilbur F., trustee. (See Derick, Myron L., assignor.) 
Bright, J. Luther. (See Chace, John K., assignor.) 

Hright, James H., St. Louis, Mo. Tile for ceilings and floors of buildings 

Bright, Joseph T., New Castle, Ky. Lint and dust excluder 

Bright-McNeal Rotary Engine Company. (See Bright, "William H, assignor ) 

Bright Platinum Plating Company. (See Thorns. "William A., assignor.) 

Bright, "William H, assignor to Bright-McNeal Rotary Engine Company, McPherson, Kans. 

Rotary steam-engine *. 

Brightmore, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for manufacturing nuts and washers 
Brill, Addison, et al., receivers. (See Diss, Louis P., assignor.) 

Brill, George M., Philadelphia, Pa. Running-gear for railway-cars 

Brill, George M., Philadelphia, Pa. Car frame and truck 

Brill, George M., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-axle box 

Brill, George M. and J. A. , Philadelphia, Pa. Motor-car 

Brill, John A. (See Brill, George M. and J. A.) 

Brill, John A., Philadelphia, Pa. Draw-head for railway-cars ; . . 

Brill, Joim A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brill, John A., Philadelphia, Pa, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



357,901 
368,322 

362,602 
373,549 

375,311 

367.267 
369,389 
369,390 
364,795 



Brill, John A 
Brill, John A. 
Brin, Arthur. 



Gong or bell for street-railway cars 

Car-seat 

Bull's eye or signal for sti'eet-cars 

Railway-car 

(See Brin, Leon Q. and A.) 

Brin, Arthur, Paris, France. Preserving milk 

Brin, Arthur, Paris, France, assignor to Continental Oxygen Company, (limited, (London" 

England. Making barium bioxide 

Brin, Arthur, 59 Brompton Crescent, county of Middlesex, Engjand, and L. Q. Brin, Paris" 

France. Ozone apparatus 

Brin, Leon Q. (See Brin, Arthur and L. Q.) 

Brin, Leon Q. and A., Paris, France, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Continental) 

Oxygen Company, (limited,) London, England. Apparatus for obtaining oxygen fromS 



■367,087 
360,138 
371,417 
370,040 



Feb. 15 
Aug. 16 

May 10 

Nov. 23 

Dec. 20 
July 26 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
June 14 

July 26 
Mar. 29 
Oct. 11 

Sept, 20 



365,295 ; June 21 
364,394 ' June 7 



372 
2116 

2452 



2122 
1210 



1685 
1430 

754 

1939 

1640 

2087 

111 

1J2 

856 

1829 

2608 

964 

1055 



1585 
255 



100 
548 



650 



545 
319 



439 
379 



208 

(513 

£514 

430 

564 

33 

33 

224 

493 
661 
250 
279 



Official 
Gazette. 



38 
39 



75 
417 



40 954 



41 ; 438 
38 ! 666 



38 753 

40 739 



39 

}« 

41 
40 
40 
40 
39 

40 
38 
41 
40 



) 413 j 39 
72 I 39 



620 

858 

1381 
418 
1054 
1054 
1255 

370 
1419 

196 
1249 



1398 
1137 



368,927 
365,328 



Aug. 30 
June 21 



357,811 , Feb. 15 
365,669 June 28 



370,722 ; Sept. 27 
373,639 i Nov. 22 



2295 
1634 

1563 
2154 

2064 
2066 



357,812 Feb. 15 1564 



Briuell, Johan A., Fagersta by Vestanfors, Sweden. Mold for cashing pipes . 
Bringezu, Frederik, New York, N. Y. Extension-table 






Bringold, John H, Albany, N. Y. Revolving wire-brush wheel 

Brink, David S. (See Conover and Brink.) 

Brink, John L., Dubuque, Iowa. Street-car heater 

Brink, John L., Dubuque, Iowa. Heating apparatus 

Brink, Paul H. , and J. B. Ayers, New York, N. Y. Bottle-cap 

Brinkerhoff, George F., Bucyrus, Ohio. Machine for wrapping strips for use in the manu- 
facture of rugs, &c ; 7. 

Brinkerhoff, John J. (See Hermann, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Brinkerhoff, Warren M., Auburn, N. Y. Lace-fastener 

Picture hook or hanger 

Picture hook or hanger. (Reissue) 



Brinkerhoff, Warren M., Auburn, N. Y. 
Brinkerhoff, Warren M., Auburn, N. Y. 

Brinkerhoff, Warren M., Auburn, N. Y. Picture hook or hanger . 
Brinkley, James W. and M. F., Berthoud, Colo. Ditching-machine 
Bnnkley, Milton F. (See Brinkley, James W. and M. F.) 
Brinkmann, Augustus H. (See Buschmann, Victor H, assignor.) 

Brinkmann, Augustus H., Baltimore, Md. Bustle 

Brinkneeyer, Otto. (See Streif, Henry, assignor.) 

Brinkop, John H., Quincy, HI. Decoy 

Brintnall, Thomas M., Maryville, Mo., assignor of" one-half" to A. H.Peirce" Chicago" "ill". 
Curtain-fixture 



370.602 j Sept. 27 

370.603 ! Sept. 27 
372,959 | Nov. 8 
373,640 Nov. 22 

361,045 i Apr. 12 

359,423 ! Mar. 15 

361,923 Apr. 26 



Mar. 15 

Nov. 22 
May 10 
Aug. 2 

May 17 
Aug. 16 
June 7 



Dec. 6 ! 399 



Brinton, Caleb, Chicago, HI. Trousers-stretcher . 



359,424 

373,551 
362,603 
367,591 

362,928 
368,185 
364,334 

374,448 

363,276 
366.812 
10,862 ! Aug. 30 

371,665 ; Oct. 18 

361,670 | Apr. 26 

358,726 ! Mar, 1 

364,573 June 7 

358,377 Feb. 22 
360,412 Apr. 5 



1881 

1882 
1016 
2068 

941 

1443 

2200 

1444 

1942 

755 
342 

1226 

1227 

172 



610 
426 

407 
(561 
) 562 
(547 
|548 

551 

!(407 

) 408 

^498 

) 499 

499 

273 

552 

238 



40 ! 923 
39 1408 



38 

> 39 

► 40 

41 



730 
1520 

1444 
883 



571 



£38 ! 730 

[40 [ 1409 

40 1409 

41 666 
41 ! 883 

3!) 178 

38 1184 

39 433 



38 I 1184 



(369 
1 370 

515 41 1 858 



May 17 
July 19 



1702 
1459 
2812 

1308 

1841 

454 

522 

2352 
13 



} 209 
97,98 

326 
328 

48 

104 

445 
390 
750 
(339 
J 340 
477 



110 
141 



625 
4 



>39 
40 



517 



39 : 715 

40 i 700 
39 J 1121 

41 ' 1121 

39 I 808 

40 j 292 
1026 

274 

368 



38 
39 



38 
39 



988 

11S6 

883 
5 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



39 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brinton, George. Harrisburg, Pa. Pantaloons-stretcher 

Brion, CharWM., Worcester, Mass. Ash and garbage can 

Brisben, William W., Cleveland, Ohio. Dresser for emery-wheels 

Brisco, Charles N., Chicago, 111. Time-lock 

Briscoe, John, Custer City, Pa. Device for draining the cylinders of engines 

Brisley, William, and W. S. Finch, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Composition for preserving 
wood 

Bristol Brass and Clock Company. (See Taplin, Alvin, assignor.) 

Bristol Brass and Clock Company. (See Taplin, Alvin, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Bristol, David N., Lansingburg, assignor of threo-fourths to Wilbur, Krum & Wilbur, 
Troy, N. Y. Attaching bosoms to shirts 

Bristol, Joseph M., Olean, N. Y. Post or pile driver 

Britain, Frederick W., assignor to Silver Plate Cutlery Company, Birmingham, Conn. Carv- 
ing-fork 

Brit ton, Andrew L., Philadelphia, Pa. Ear-muff 

Britvich, Paul, Los Angeles. Cal. Arched bridge 

Broad, Charles H. (See Kelly and Broad.) 

Broadhurst, William, et al. (See Brown, Jacob, assignor.) 

Broady, Marion T., Bartle. Ind. Corn-planter 

Brobst, Daniel, Monroe, Mich. Composition for coating roofs, &c 

Brock, Addie M., North Plainfield, N. J. Fence-rail 

Brock, Alvan D., Washington, D. C. Steam-boiler 

Brock, Alvan D. and F. B., Washington, D. C. Steam-boiler 

Brock, Fenelon B. (See Brock, Alvan D. and F. B.) 

Brock, Fenelon B., Washington, D. C. Cigar-cutter 

Brock, Fenelon B., Washington, D. C, assignor to C. H. Emerson, Burlington, Vt. To- 
boggan 

Brock, Fenelon B., Washington, D. C, assignor to C. A. Schieren, Brooklyn, jST. Y. Driv-? 
iug-belt 5 

Brock, Fenelon B., Washington, D. C, assignor to C. A. Schieren, Brooklyn, N. Y. Driv- 
ing-belt 

Brock Flexible Fence Company. (See Brock, William E., assignor.) 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to McKay & Copeland Lasting Machine Company, 
Portland, Me. Lasting-machine.-. - 

Brock, Russell, Gladstone, Ohio. Planter and drill 

Brock, William E., Plainfield, N. J. Veneering 

Brock, William E., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Brock Flexible Fence Company, of New) 
York. Machinery tor making wire couplings - . 5 

Brock, AVilliam H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Chain wrench 

Brock, William 11.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Chain wrench 

Brockett, Frederick G. (See Brockett, William E. and F. G.) 

Brockett, William E. and F. G., Park City, Utah Ter. Metallic packing 

Brockway, Bichard B. (See Thurber and Brockway.) 

Brodhag, Eduard, assignor to E. & H. T. Anthony &. Company, New York, N. Y. Orna- 
mental strip for picture-frames 

Broemser, George J., and E. D. Bradshaw, Little Bock, Ark. Barrel-cover 

Brogan, Anthony D., and A. M. Malloch, Firhill, Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. 
Manufacturing checkered glass 

Brogan, Anthony D., and A. M. Malloch, Firhill, Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. 
Apparatus for rolling glass 

Brogan, Anthony D., and A. M. Malloch, Firhill, Glasgow, county of Lanark, Scotland. 
Apparatus for rolling glass to produce designs thereon 

Brognard, Henry A., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of cutlery, &c 

Brognard, Henry A., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of cutlery or similar articles 

Broich, Joseph, and A. E. G. Luebke, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric clock-winding attach- 
ment 

Brokate, Charles, assignor to W. Miller Range and Furnace Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Latch-lifter for stove and range doors 

Brokaw, William B. (See Lawrence, William A., assignor.) 

Brokaw, William B., Newburg, N. Y. Shirt 

Brolaski, Joseph B., St. Louis, Mo. Folding furniture 

Brombacher, Emil, Buffalo, N. Y. Bell-cord coupling 

Brombacher's Sons. Jacob. (See Koenig, Nicolas, assignor.) 
Bromily, William I. (See Dobson and Bromily.) 

Bromley, Daniel, Carrollton, Ky. Baling-press 

Bromley, Thomas, et at. (See Fyfe, Alexander, assignor.) 

Bromwell, Charles E., Helena, Ark. Car-starter 

Bronson, Granville B., assignor to C. Rogers & Bros., Meriden, Conn. Drawer-pull 

Bronson, James M., Kansas City, Mo. Book-cover 

Bronson, William C, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Boiler for steam-heaters 

Brooder, John D., Kane, Pa. Packer for oil and gas wells 

Brookbank, James 0., Driftwood, Pa. Fence-post 

Brooke, Emily, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fitting garments 

Brooke, Homer, Jersey City, N. J. Glass-mold 

Brooke, Homer, Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half to J. H. King, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bridge-brow for ferry-boats, &c 

Brooke, Robert G. (See Holden, Brooke, and White.) (Reissue.) 
Brooklyn Railway Supply Company. (See Barrows, William H., assignor.) 
Brooklyn Railway Supply Company. (See Campbell, Neil, assignor.) 

Brooks, Charles fl. , Troup County, Ga. Revolving compost-distributer 

Brooks & Company, E. J. (See Brooks, Edward J., assignor.) 

Brooks, David, Philadelphia, Pa. Insulating underground electric conductors 

Brooks, David, assignor of one-half to H. B. Tatham, Philadelphia, Pa. Insulating the 

terminals of sheathed electrical conductors 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Seal for seal-locks 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Seal-lock 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Company, New York, 

N. Y. Metallic seal 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Company, New York, 

N. Y. Seal-press 



No. 



361,260 
362,604 
368,062 
366.300 
359,767 

359,384 



373,550 
371,733 

370,236 
359,425 
371,029 



367,781 
360,949 
373,123 
370,723 
371,030 

373,436 

367,268 
370,237 

370,238 



371,816 
374,653 
368,567 

364,985 

366,451 
375,119 

375,258 



367,592 
360,201 

370,176 

370,177 

370,178 
368,060 
368,061 

355,434 

367,360 

361,486 
364,796 
370,239 

369,582 

371,545 
355,502 
366,918 
365,670 
363,111 
369,500 
355,583 
364,211 

369,429 



368,186 
356,981 
362,872 
355,636 
364,892 
368,126 
371,873 



Date. 



Apr. 19 

May 16 

Aug. 9 

July 12 

Mai-. 22 

Mar. 15 



Nov. 22 
Oct. 18 

Sept. 20 
Mar. 15 
Oct. 4 



Aug. 9 
Apr. 12 
Nov. 15 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 4 

Nov. 22 

July 26 
Sept. 20 

Sept. 20 



Oct. 18 
Dec. 13 

Aug. 23 

June 14 

July 12 
Dec. 20 

Dec. 20 



Aug. 2 
Mar. 29 

Sept. 20 

Sept. 20 

Sept. 20 
Aug. 9 
Aug. 9 

Jan. 4 

Aug. 2 

Apr. 19 
June 14 
Sept. 20 

Sept. 6 

Oct. 18 
Jan. 4 
July 19 
June 28 
May 17 
Sept. 6 
Jan. 4 
June 7 

Sept. 6 



Aug. 16 
Feb. 1 
May 10 
Jan. 4 
June 14 
Aug. 9 
Oct. 18 



Monthly 
volume. 






1259 
760 

1052 
749 

1992 

1390 



1940 
1420 

1331 
1447 

428 



654 

793 

1269 



429 

1753 

2088 
1332 



1333 



1537 

692 

1780 

1132 

941 

1388 

1568 



344 
2701 

1257 

1257 

1258 
1050 
1051 

182 

11 

1562 

857 

1333 

369 

1143 

269 

1596 

2157 

1485 

250 

373 

20 

164 



1228 
334 

1140 
461 
992 

1133 

1628 



322 
209 
281 
203 
504 



514 
367 

355 

370 
107 



176 



337 

548 
108 

465 

564 
C 355 
i 356 

356 



397 

182 

474 

(295 

^296 

(297 

257 

361 

411 



98 

682 

334 

334 

334 
281 
281 

49 

3 

405 
C224 
) 225 

356 

102 

298 
71 
428 
562 
392 
70 
100 
5,6 

48 



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89 
306 
124 
261 
301 
420 



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Gazette. 



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Oh 


39 
39 

40 
40 
38 


250 
621 
659 
149 
1300 


38 


1173 


41 
41 


858 
297 


40 
38 
41 


1300 

1184 

85 


40 
39 
41 

40 
41 


583 

153 

724 

1444 

85 


41 


823 


40 


419 


J40 


1300 


40 


1300 


41 
41 
40 


320 

1190 
816 


V39 


1306 


) 
40 
41 


187 
1330 


41 


1367 


40 
38 


517 
1436 


40 


1286 


40 


1286 


40 
40 
40 


1287 
659 
659 


38 


37 


40 


453 


39 


307 


J39 

40 


1255 


1301 


40 


1105 


41 

38 
40 
39 
39 
40 
38 
39 


241 

54 

319 

1521 

764 

1081 

75 

1092 


40 


1063 


40 


700 


38 


484 


39 


692 


38 


91 


39 


1281 


40 


674 


41 


339 



40 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Company, New York, 
N. Y. Seal 

Brooks Edwaid J., East Orange, N. J., assignor to E. J. Brooks & Company, New York, 
N. Y. Seal 

Brooks. Franklin W., assignor to New York Lead Seal and Press Company, New York, 
N. Y^ Lead seal 

Brooks, George, Bloomington, 111. Car-chain 

Brooks, George H., assignor of one-half to L. T. Carlisle, "West Point, Miss. Car-coupling 

Brooks, Heman P.. assignor of one-half to C. W. Kane, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle-stopper. . . 

Brooks, Henry 0., Lowell, Mass. Odometer- 

Brooks, Henry AY., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for the manufacture of gas 

James W., trustee. (See Allen, Edward B., assignor.) 
(See Elliott, Alvin D., assignor.) 
(See Ooddu, Louis, assignor.) 
(See Manley, William, assignor.) 
(See McMu'llett, James F., assignor.) 



James W., trustee. 

, James W. , trustee. 

James W., trustee, 

James W., trustee. 



Brooks, 
Brooks 
Brooks, 
Brooks, 
Brooks, 
Brooks, James W., et al., trustees. (See Murray, Henry F., assignor.) 

Brooks, John, Plainfield, N. J. Sheet-delivery apparatus j 374,930 

Brooks, John C, assignor of two-fifths to R. Blackburn, Paterson, N. J. 

ing mechanism for looms 

Brooks, Joseph W. (See Palmerton, Allen H., assignor.) 

Brooks, Karmell New York, N. Y. Folding bed 

Brooks, Karmell, New York, N. Y. Mattress 

Brooks, Karmell, New York, N. Y. Folding bed 

Brooks, Karmell, New York, N. Y. Folding bed 

Brooks, Lawson L., Knoxville, Tenn., assignor of one-half to J. A. Walkinshaw, Milton, 

"W. Va. Corn-planter 

Brooks, Luther F., Boston, Mass. Ear-ring 

Brooks, Reuben, assignor to Russia Cement Company, Gloucester, Mass. Case for liquid 



glue, &c. 



Brooks, Robert L., et al. (See Sanford, Marshal M., assignor.) 

Brooks, Samuel T., San Francisco, Cal. Sealing envelopes, packages, &c 

Brooks, Silas S., Windsor, Mo. Corn-planter 

Brooks, Stephen H., assignor to himself and J. C. Wyman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cuff-holder 

Brooks, William B., Waterbury, Conn. Making frames for harness-buckles 

Brooks, William D., assignor to himself and D. D. Mallory, Baltimore, Md. Caii-soldering( 
machine. (Reissue) ) 

Brooks, William F., and A. V. Abercrombie, Bridgeport, Conn., and S. W. Houghton, Spring- 
field, Mass.; said Houghton assignor to said Brooks and Abercrombie. Cording attach- 
ment for sewing-machines 

Brooks, William H, West Point, N. Y. Circulator and governor for pumps 

Broomell, Thomas W., Christiana, Pa. Pitman-box 

Brophy, Dennis P., Nokomis, 111. Label-holder 

Brosch, Jacob, assignor of one-half to A. Aufrichtig, St. Louis, Mo. Fish-trap 

Brose, Daniel, and J. Baumgartner, Now Washington, Ohio. Tile-machine 

Brosious, Peter. (See Guyer and Brosious.) 

Brosius, John M., Atlanta, Ga. Vehicle-axle 

Brosius, John M., Atlanta, Ga. Vehicle-axle , 

Brosius, John M. , Atlanta, Ga. Railway-rail 

Brosnan, Cornelius J., Springfield, Mass., assignor of one-half to F. A. Smith, Jr., Provi 
dence, R. I. Heel or sole plate 

Brostrom, Charles A., Sioux City, Iowa. Tongueless wheel-cultivator 

Broters, John. (See Fjord and Broters.) 

Brothers, Charles, New York, N. Y. Combined mirror and bedstead 

Brothers, Luther. (See Sprague, James H., assignor.) 

Brough, Thomas R., Gananoque, Ontario, Canada. Center-board for vessels 

Brougher, David J., Harrisbnrg, Pa. Skinning-knife attachment . . 

Broughton, Horace L., Marblenead, Mass. Adjustable wood-measuring rack 

Broughton, John S., Lee's Summit, Mo. Column-rest 

Broulllard, A. Joseph, Bristol, Conn. Line-hitching device 

Brouillet, Emile, assignor to Society Devries & Co., Paris, France. High-pressure sig- 
nal 



Browder, Thomas F. , Greenfield, Ohio. Fire-escape 

Brower, Addison C, Plymouth, Mich. Book-rest 

Brower, Joseph, Lexington. Ky. Reel-holder for fishing-rods 

Brower, Walter S., and E. Conklin, Albany, N. Y.; said Conkliu assignor to said Brower, 
Mustache-guard , 

Brown, A. F. Allen. (See Campfield, Matthew E., assignor.) 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. Gripping implement 

Measuring the weight of loads 

Automatic stock-indicator for furnaces 
Carriage for hoisting-machines 

Hoisting- bucket 

Bucket-truck 



Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio. 



Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio 
Brown, Alexander E, 
Brown, Alexander E 
Brown, Alexander E. 

Brown, Alexander T 



Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 



Syracuse, N. Y. 



Hoisting and conveying machine 

Hoisting and conveying machine 
Hoisting and conveying machine 

Skip-car -. 

Automatic dump-bucket 

Breech-loading fire-arm 



Brown, Alfred H, Freeport, HI. Combined latch and lock 

Brown, Alson L., et al. (See Larkin, John C, assignor.) 

Brown, Amos W., Lansingburg, N. Y. Blacking-brush , 

Brown, Arthur H (See Heunsch, Rudolph, assignor.) 
Brown, C. Cortland. (See Le Clair, George, assignor.) 

Brown, Calvin M., Newport, N. H. Carriage-spring 

Brown, Charles, et al. (See Eckerson, David I., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles A., Portland, Me. Battery-jar 

Brown, Charles E. L., Zurich, assignor to Werkzeug und Maschinenfabrik Oerlikon, Oerli 
kon. near Zurich, Switzerland. Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 




UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



11 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brown Charles F., trustee. (See Coupal and Holland, assignors.) 
Brown' Charles F., trustee. (See Keith, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Brown' Charles M., Kockford, 111. Adjustable wrench 

Brown Charles M., assignor to Enowlton Manufacturing Company, Rockford, 111. 



Grind- 



in 

Biowu, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 

hined 
Brown, 
Brown, 

closer 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Blown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Brown, 
Browu 
Brown 
Brown, 
Brown 
Brown 
Brown 
Brown 
Brown 
Brown 

Brown 

Brown 
Brown 
Brown 
Brown 
ener . 



lathe 



Charles R. (See Brown, Elisha S. and C. R.) 
Charles R. (See Burdick and Brown.) 
Charles S. (See Wood and Brown.) 

Charles W., Newton. Mass. "Woven-wire mattress 

Daniel H., Chicago, 111. Combined milk and creaming can 

Daniel J. (See Kerner and Brown.) 

David D., Brooklyn, N. T. Device for handling cans and bottles 

David F., Washington, Pa. Bailer 

David G. , Philadelphia, Pa. Micrometer pipe-gage ........ . - . 

David P. and J. W. Neelev, Franklin, Pa. Apparatus for distilling 

David W., New York, N. Y. Reservoir or tank ............. - ............. 

Dewalden L., assignor of one-half to W. D. Hun toon, Franklin, Mass. Car-starter. 

E. S., receiver. (See Stanton, Fread, assignor.) 
Edmund D., assignor to Nichols, Shepard & Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Com- 

belt guide and reel 

Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Open flro stove . --..^-.-.■.------------.--------- --- 

3d ward H., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to self and F. Shickle, St. Louis, Mo. Dooi- 

Edwin F. (See Brown, Edwin L.. assignor.) 

Edwin F., assignor of one-half to E. L. Brown, Chicago, 111. Hitching-post. ...... 

Edwin F., assignor of one-half to E. L. Brown, Chicago, 111. Horse-block 

Edwin H., et al. (See Shaw, Charles H., assignor.) 

(See Brown, Edwin F., assignor.) 
assignor of one-half to E. F. Brown, Chicago, 111. Street or other curb. 

(See Wood and Brown.) 

Buffalo, N. Y. Head-rest - 

Elisha S. and C. R., Santa Rosa, Mo. Cultivator 

Elizabeth. (See Brown, George H., assignor.) 
Emmet J. (See Nichols, George E., assignor.) 
Endless Cutter Company. (See Brown, James 0.. assignor.) 
Ethan A., assignor of one-half to T. F. Quill, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Eugene H., Bennington, Vt. Clutch and brake 

Eugene L., Pntneyville, Pa. Horse-detacher 

F. Barton, Boston, Mass. Suspender-connection 

Folding Machine Company. (See Brown, Richard T., assignor.) 

Francis C, assignor to M. Brown, New York, N. Y. Fountain-pen 

! Prank E., Webster City, Iowa. Shutter-worker --- 

, Frederic W., Albany, N. Y. Bicycle 

, Frederick H., Chicago, 111. Convertible machine for slotting or drilling . 

George A., Grand Ledge, Mich. Yehicle-spring 

George E., Madison, Wis. Polishing-lap 

' Geor°e H., assignor to E. Brown. Petersburg, Va. Fruit-crate 

' George W., assignor of one -half to R. W. Curtis, Bridgeport, Conn. 



No. 



370,447 
370,003 



357,697 
360,148 

370,179 
313.26G 
368,563 
361,671 
370,372 
373.437 



360,992 
| 362,717 

366,453 

355.809 
361.9S3 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Date. 



© 
a, 

m 




Sept. 27 1640 438 40 1365 
Sept. 13 , 991 ■[!{* J 40 1229 



Feb. 15 
July 5 

Sept. 20 
Nov. 15 
Aug. 16 
Apr. 26 
Sept, 27 
Nov. 22 



1395 
541 

1259 

1489 
1775 
1842 
1528 
1754 



Apr. 12 863 
May 10 | 924 



July 12 

Jan . 11 
Apr. 26 



Edwin L. 
Edwin L., 
Edwin M. 
Egbert T., 



355,810 Jan. 11 



Trace-holder. 



Sash-fast- 



Brown Harry K. (See Henry and Brown.) 

Brown! Henry, assignor of two-thirds to D. D. Carothers and J. P. Johns, Columbus, Ohio.} 

Journal-bearing - - ' 

Brown Henry C. (See Johnson and Brown.) mi.-n 

Brown, Henry D, Somerville, assignor of one-half to S. W. Call, Boston, Mass. Thill 



371.817 
358,013 



371,874 



Oct, 
Feb. 



Oct, 18 1629 



943 



713 

2297 



714 



1539 
1840 



367 
146 

335 
393 
471 
477 
410 
465 



219 
252 



257 



186 
598 



187 

398 

487 



38 
40 

40 
41 

■in 
39 
40 
41 



39 

39 



40 



38 
39 



699 
102 

1287 
763 
806 
369 

1346 
824 



164 
653 



188 



148 

449 



3s 118 

41 321 
38 i 788 



367,090 - July 26 



coupling 



Brown, Henry L., Indianapolis, Ind. Air-pump - 

Brown, Heston & Co. (See Brown, Robert P., assignor.) x>„v4„„ 

Brown, Iona E., Mount Holly, assignor to M. M. and E. A. Magmre, Rutland, Vt. Baking- 



368,870 
356,444 

374,140 
375,439 
355,375 

367,782 

366,814 
369,431 
375,530 

368,646 
363,204 



356,304 
360.413 



Aug. 23 
Jan. 25 



1834 
2202 
1646 



Nov. 29 2779 



Dec. 
Jan. 

Aug. 

July 
Sept, 
Dec. 



1811 
108 



9 ! 656 



tin. 



Governor for ma- 






Brown, Irving H., New York, N. Y. Railway-signal 

Brown Isaac M., Columbus, Ind. Ruling-machine ;-^,"^ - ";L'""';'V;""i"i."V 

Brown! Jacob, assignor of one-half to F. E. Estcourt and W. Broadhurst, Manchester, 
county of Lancaster, England. Bag or satchel 

Brown, Jacob L., Rahway, N. J. Railway-car brake 

Brown, Jacob S., assignor of one-half to W. E. and J. R. Miller, Carlisle, Pa, Well drill- 
ing and piping machine 

Brown, Jacob S., assignor of one-half to W. E. and J. R. Miller, Carlisle, Pa. Attach- 

Brown, Jaeob^assignor" of one-half Yo W." E.' and J." R." MiUerV Carlisle,' Pa.' ' Mechanical 

movement 

Brown, James C, San Francisco, Cal. Transom 

Brown James E., Xenia, Ohio. Machine for sawing out twisted stair-railings 
Brown,' James F., assignor of one-half to B. P. Richmond, Lansing, Mich 

sic-boxes - 

Brown, James L, Evansville, Ind. Base-bag - .----- 

Brown, James L.. and J. Blake, Bedford. Iowa, Machine for weaving wire fences . . .... - - 

Brown, James O., assignor to Brown Endless Cutter Company, Boston, Mass. Cutting 

apparatus for mowers or harvesters - • - - - - - - - - ■ - - - r~ ''''/„' 

Brown, James O., assignor to Brown Endless Cutter Company, Boston, Mass. Cover for, 

knives of mowing-machines or harvesters - - . - - - - - - - - - • - ■■ 

Brown James O., assignor of one-half to J. S. Newell, Boston, Mass. Tree-protector 

Brown, James W. (See West, AVilliam F., assignor.) 

Brown, Joab Q., Eagleville, Mo. Cloth-measuring device . - - - - --- - ; - - - ---• ■--■ 

Brown John, Redfern, near Sydney, and T. Midelton, Darlington, near Sydney, N ew South 

Wales, assignors to J. W. Oakman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bogie. ...-...."-------------- ---- 

Brown, John, Medford, and F. J. Johnston, Boston, assignors to J. W. Tufts, Medtoru, 

Mass. Machine for bottling aerated liquids - 

Brown, JohuH., New York, N. Y. Fiber-digester 

Brown, John H., New York. N. Y. Disintegrating fibrous material 

Brown, John N., New London, Conn. Yehicle-gear 

Brown, John P., assignor to M. E. Brown, Rising Sun, Ind. Fence-machine 



Aug. 23 
May 17 



Jan. 18 
Apr. 5 



373,124 Nov. 15 
368,066 : Aug. 9 
370,041 ! Sept. 20 



359,201 
357,455 

367,783 



367,784 

367,888 
363,984 
368,993 



Mar. 
Feb. 

Aug. 



Aug. 



1462 

166 

1926 



420 41 , 339 
494 40 I 371 
586 
432 

747 

474 

30 

<176 

) 177 

391 

48 

505 



40 i 897 

38 337 

I 

41 1029 
1423 

23 



41 
38 

I 40 083 



40 
40 
41 



292 
1063 
1445 



1881 I 502 40 835 

I ! 

1611 j|| , 39 790 



Aug. 
May 31 
Aug. 30 



356.702 ' Jan. 25 
367>9 i Aug. 9 
359,592 Mar. 22 




583 



40 613 
: 39 1016 
1 40 941 



2004 I 526 38 405 

806 217 40 613 

1735 441 38 1253 



369.095 ; Aug. 30 

369.096 ; Aug. 30 
375,693 i Dec. 27 

372,202 '. Oct, 25 



2534 672 40 969 

253G [gj§ }40 969 

2175 566 41 1490 

2125 540 41 438 



356,347 Jan. 18 1506 I 396 | 38 303 



363,504 
366,556 
366,557 
365,786 

360,401 



May- 
July 
July 
July 

Mar. 



24 


2034 


529 i 


39 


880 


12 


1090 


295 


40 


216 


12 


1091 


295 


40 


216 


5 


20 


7 


40 


7 



29 2987 



J 757 } 3g 

(758 3 



1488 



42 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical . list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brown, John "W"., Polo, 111. Spring- vehicle 

Brown, Joseph D., Jr., Camden, N. J. Metallic joint forfeit and other roofing 

Brown, Joseph F., and G. F. Edgington, Pleasant Corners, Ohio. Floor-clamp 

Brown, Joseph H., et al. (See MeDill and Gaston, assignors.) 

Brown, Levi B., Aledo, HI. Churn-dasher 

Brown, Levi S., Union City, Tenn. Horse-detacher ... 

Brown, Lewis A. (See Ketchum, Volney S., assignor.) 

Brown, Lewis A. (See Knott, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Brown, Loam, Si'., Cookstown, Ga. Rotary engine 

Brown, Marie. (See Brown, Francis C, assignor.) 

Brown, Mary E. (See Brown, John P., assignor.) 

Brown, Maurice T., Tyler, Tex. Baling-press 

Brown, Mill B., et al. (See Pollard, Isaac G., assignor.) 

Brown, Nathaniel, Emporia, Kans. Swing-bicycle 

Brown, Nelson H., Syracuse, N. T. Furnace for expanding locomotive-tires' '. '. 

Brown, Owen D., Dayton, assignor to Hoover & Gamble, Miamisburg, Ohio. Pitman for 
mowing-machines 

Brown, Ferry, Louisville, Ky. Car-coupling '.'.'.'.'.'...'.'.".['.'.'.'.'.. 

Brown, Perry, Louisville, Ky. Car-coupling .*...*'.".".."."*.".. 

Brown, Perry, Louisville, Ky. Seal-lock """""""I"" 

Brown, Perry, and D. E. Do'hertv, Louisville, Ky. Car-coupling .. ] 

Brown, Peter G.. Schenectady, N. Y. Extension light-fixture 

Brown, Richard T., Erie, Pa., assignor to Brown Folding Machine Company. " Paner-fold- 
mg machine _ r 

Brown, Robert, Miamisburg, Ohio. "Wheel. (Reissue) '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 

Brown, Robert G., Brooklyn, assignor to Standard Multiplex Telegraph Company New- 
York, N. Y. Telegraphy 

Brown, Robert G., Brooklyn, assignor to Standard Multiplex Telegraph Comnanv 'New? 
York, N. Y. Telegraphy .... 

Brown, Robert G., Brooklyn, assignor to Standard Multiplex Telegraph Comnanv NewV 
York, IS. Y. Synchronous telegraphy .. ... J ' \ 

Brown, Koberl G., Brooklyn, assignor 'to Standard Multiplex Telegraph Company, New 
Synchronous telegraphy 



graphy . 

.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Car-brake 

., assignor to Brown, Heston&Co., Philadelphia, Pa.' Paper box ':. 

Chicago, 111. Radiator 



assignor of one-half to W. P. Murray, Dawson, Minn. Wheel for groov- 



York, N. Y. 
Brown, Robert J 
Brown, Robert P 

Brown, Royal F. 

Brown, Sabin F. 
ing-machines . 

Brown, Samuel, Washington, Ind. 'Water-elevator ................... 

Brown, Sanrin II., Louisville, Ky. Pattern for stove-doors ."""""" 

Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, George H.," assignor ) 

Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Spaulding, Frank, assignor ) 
.Brown, Stella C., Battle Creek, Mich. Combined sleeve-holder and finder-guard 

Brown, Thomas H. (See Wayland, James, assignor.) 

Brown, Thomas H., Jr., New' York, N. Y. Temporary binder 

Brown, Thomas H., Jr., deceased, New York, N. Y., J. J. P. Ode'll, administrator 
porary binder 

Brown, Thomas H., assignor of one-half to T. H. Brown and K. M. Des Chamns, Chicago" 
111. Toypisfol. r & ' 

Brown, Thomas J., Bedias, assignor to T. E. Smith and W. E. Darby Darby Tex Culti- 
vator 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 



Tem- 



Thomas R. (See Meeker and Brown.) 

Thomas S., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mower 

Thomas S., Greenfield, Mich. Carriage-top """"" 

Thomas T., Chicago, 111. Slide-valve 

Brown, Thomas W., Belmont, assignor to National Manufacturing Company" Worcester 

Mass. Egg-beater ___. ■" ' 

Brown, Vinson H., Portland, Oreg. Piano-action .'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ." 

Brown, Walter M., Albany, N. Y. Attachment for heating coils' and system's' of "pipes ' 

Brown, Warren G., et al. (See Larkin, John C, assignor.) 

Brown, William. (See Shea and Brown.) 

Brown, "William, Waterville, Me. Combined harrow and clod-crusher 

Brown, William, Duncannon, Pa. Lightning-conductor 

Brown, William, assignor to himself and J. Mc Williams, Jersey City, N. J "' Valve for 

steam-engines 

Brown William, assignor of" two-thirds to J. C." Muntz'ebaugh," Du^ 

Sheibley, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-heater 
Brown, William H., New York, N. Y. 
ure 



No. 



357,173 
362,246 
371,169 

370,724 
356,097 



370,373 



356,445 

356,028 
355,859 

362,058 
363,112 
366,712 
369,042 
364,798 
358,802 

366,758 
10,851 

355,860 
358,379 

364,893 



Making metallic receivers for fluids under press- 



Brown, William H., Worcester, Mass. Door-spring 

Brown, William H., Furness, Mont. Ter. Draft-indicator for vehicles' V. 

Brown, William H., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to C. H. Sparks, Chicago, HI. jail or 



364,894 
363,722 
374,886 

374,518 

368,374 
373,962 
368,568 



356,679 

363,277 

367,017 

369,914 

360,274 

357,902 
363,797 
370,725 

369,273 
371,666 
372,298 



Date. 



Feb. 8 
May 3 
Oct. 11 



Sept, 
Jan. 



Sept. 27 



Jan. 25 

Jan. 11 
Jan. 11 

May 3 
May 17 
July 19 
Aug. 30 
June 14 
Mar. 1 

July 19 
July 19 

Jan. 11 
Feb. 22 

June 14 

June 14 
May 24 
Dec. 13 

Dec. 6 



Aug. 16 
Nov. 29 
Aug. 23 



Jan. 25 

May 17 

July 19 

Sept. 13 

Mar. 29 

Feb. 15 
May 31 

Sept. 27 

Aug. 30 
Oct. 18 
Nov. 1 



369,686 Sept. 13 
Sept. 13 



369,915 
359,707 



Mar. 22 



370,853 ! Oct. 4 

360,993 I Apr. 12 
363,361 " 
374,111 



prison 



B steel' dltes am H '' assignortoE - °' Babbitt," "Jersey" city "N. J." Manufacture "of "tinned 
Brown, William J Jersey City, N".",L""Co"m"bVn"ed"shawl'-"s"trap""a"nd"nea"d"-r'e"s't"."^ 
staples Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for inserting and clinching metallic 



Wheel-cultivator 

Draft attachment for vehicles 

Cotter-key 

Wheel-cultivator 

Attachment for wheel-cultivators . 



Brown, William P., Zanesville, Ohio. 

Brown, William P., Zanesville, Ohio. 

Brown, William P., Zanesville, Ohio. 

Brown, AVilliam P., Zanesville, Ohio. 

Brown, William R., Georgetown, Tex. 

Brown, William S., Newark, N. J. Hollow oval or conical bead 

Brown, William T. (See Pilert and Brown.) 

^^JprM'i? 11 ^ 8 ^f' ^-, T V assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Flexible driving spring 

Browne Arthur W". Prince's Bay, NY, assignor to S. S. White 'Dental "Manufacturing 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dental burring-tool 

B ™ Wne 'T,T , ', tll 1 U , T--' ^ este 5 Id . N- Y., assignor to S.'s.'WhiteDe'nta'l'Man'utacturing Coin"-' 

pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Dental engine 

Browne, Benjamin F., Storeville, S. C. 



360,508 

367,594 
363,723 

369,916 
356,613 



May 24 
Nov. 29 

Apr. 5 

Aug. 2 
May 24 

Sept, 13 
Jan. 25 



Fertilizer-distributer . 



357,061 Feb. 1 

357,813 Feb. 15 

372,399 Nov. 1 

363,278 May 17 

363,875 : May 31 



359,841 : Mar. 22 i 

372,400 i Nov. 1 

368,187 i Aug. 16 
365,429 ; June 28 



Monthly 
volume. 



Xfl 



642 
255 
622 

2070 
1158 



1532 



1647 

1044 
791 

10 

1486 

1330 

2453 

860 

556 

1392 
1720 

793 
2355 

994 

998 
2354 
1023 

497 



1496 
2525 
1781 



167 

72 

159 

549 
306 



410 40 



1973 

1704 

1719 

846 

2812 

1686 
2457 
2070 

2755 

1310 

17 



520 
848 

1892 

150 

865 
1818 
2738 

163 

346 
2355 

849 
1890 



432 

274 
208 

4 
393 
356 
651 
225 
139 

372 
463 

208 
(626 
\ 627 
(261 
J.262 

262 

611 

267 

(129 

?130 

399 
679 

474 



519 

415 

463 

224 

715 

439 
638 
549 

735 

340 

5 

144 
224 

481 

40,41 

219 
477 
735 

41 

99 
611 



225 40 



\49rt 

448 119 



Official 
Gazette. 



bo 
oS 



38 
39 
41 

40 

38 



38 

38 
38 

39 
39 
40 
40 
39 
38 

40 
40 

38 
1 38 

>39 



39 
39 
41 

k 



40 
41 
40 



38 

39 

40 

40 

38 

33 
39 

40 

40 
41 
41 

40 
40 

38 

41 

39 
39 
41 

39 

40 
39 



1566 

170 

1705 

2576 



408 

48 

446 

069 



I 



2101 j 532 
171 ! 43 



1229 
1792 



329 
466 



38 
33 
41 
39 
39 



548 
523 
131 

1445 

233 



1346 



337 

211 
161 

474 
764 
269 
954 
1255 
1007 

280 
342 

161 

884 

1281 

1282 

941 

1255 

1142 



753 
979 
816 



400 

803 

341 

1204 

1458 

753 

967 

1445 

1014 
274 

474 



1143 

1204 

1283 

30 

161 
839 

1022 

32 

518 

911 

1204 

383 

505 
731 
502 

809 
989 



1320 
502 



701 
1450 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



43 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Browne, Cliarles H. (See Twisa, James G., assignor.) 

Browne, Charles H., Jackson, Mich. Press for packing bran, &c 

Browne, Charles H., Jackson, Mich. Press for packing bran 



Browne, Frank J., et al. (See Smith, John P., assignor.) 

Browne, George W., and C. R. Turner, Brooklyn, assignors to New York Fifth Wheel 
Company, New York, N. Y. Fifth-wheel 

Browne, Herbert J., et al. (See Smith, John P., assignor.) 

Browne, James F., assignor of one-half to D. Farlin, Albany, N. Y. Seal-lock 

Browne, "Walker G-., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to United States Automatic Water Cut-Off Com- 
pany . Automatic cut-off for water-pipes - - - - - 

Browne, "Walker G., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to United States Automatic "Water Cut-Off Corn- 
pan v. Cut-off for water-pipes 

Browne, Walker G., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to United States Automatic Water Cut-Off Com- 
pany . Automatic cut-off valve 

Browne, Walker G., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to United States Automatic Water Cut-Off Com- 
pany . A utomatic valve - - 

Brownell, Frederick B. (See Crow, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Brownell, Frederick B., St. Louis, Mo. Fare-box 



Brownell, Frederick B., St. Louis, Mo. Door-hanger 

Brownell, George L. (See Kimball and Brownell.) 

Brownell, George L., Worcester, Mass. Machine for making cord or twine 

Brownell, Stephen C, assignor of one-half to G. H. Seelye and A. W. Amis, Lapeer, Mich. 

Sleigh-runner 

Brownell &. Wight Car Companv. (See Crow, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Brownfield, Edward A., Hartwell Hall, Barlaston, county of Stafford, England. Cover for 



jugs 

Browning, John M. and M. S. , Ogden City, Utah Ter. Magazine fire-arm 

Browning, John M. and M. S., Ogden City, Utah Ter., assignors to Wincbester Repeating 
Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Magazine fire-arm 

Browning John M. and M. S., Ogden City, Utah Ter., assignors to Winchester Repeating 
Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Browning, Matthew S. (See Browning, John M. and M. S.) 

Browning, Richard H., Adrian, Mo. Churn 

Brownley, Patrick, St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Lubricator 

Brownrigg, George R., assignor of one-half to J. Sutzin, Minneapolis, Minn. Conveyer for 
street-car fare-boxes 

Brownrigg, George R., and J. Sutzin, Minneapolis, Minn. Lighting device for fare-boxes 
Brownson, George B., assignor to himself and J. R. McCabe, North Springfield, Mo. Pipe- 
bending machine 

Brownson, Ralph, assignorof one-half to P. R.L. Hardenbergh, St. Paul, Minn. Horse-collar 
Brubaker, D. F. (See Jacoby, John C, assignor.) 
Brubaker, Isaac M. (See Diindore, Secbrist, and Brubaker.) 

Brubaker, Jacob H., Rockton, Pa. Cidor or wine press 



Bruce, James, New York, N. Y. Diving apparatus - 

Brueckner, Frederick W., Jersey City, N. J. Watch-chain attachment 

Bruen, Edwin C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Strainer-support and strainer 

Bruette, Nelson, Jefferson, Wis. Yentilating tobacco-curing houses 

Bruggeman, John G., Cleveland, Ohio. Centrifugal pump 

Brugger, Michael, et al. (Seo Davis, Samuel, assignor.) 

Brumbauer, Ferdinand, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Injector 

Bramble, William. (See Coalo and Brumble.) 

Brumble, William, Baltimore. Md. Seal-Lock 

Brumfield, Robert F., and J. E. Murphy, Hopkinsville, Ky. Hand-dropper. 

Brunbauer, Ferdinand, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Injector 

Bruner, Edgar G., West Point, Nebr. Oil-can holder 

Brunei-, Martin, Jr., Buckland, Ohio. Cultivator '... 



Monthly ! Official 
volume. Gazotte. 



No. 



357,814 
368,127 

355,376 
362,873 
360,085 
360,139 
360,140 
360,141 

■371,418 
371,419 

373,385 

363,279 




Feb. 15 

Aug. 9 

Jan. 4 

May 10 

Mar. 29 

Mar. 29 

Mar. 29 

Mar. 29 

Oct. 11 
Oct. 11 

Nov. 15 

May 17 



374,238 I Dec. 6 
367,336 ! July 26 

356,271 \ Jan. 18 
Mar. 22 
Dec. 13 



359,917 



Bruner, Preston M., St. Louis, Mo. Arch or beam 

Bruner, Preston M., St. Louis, Mo. Laying hollow concrete fire-proof floors 

Bruner, Preston M., St. Louis, Mo. Cable railway 

Brunet, Amedee, Taris, France. Apparatus for delivering rjrepaid goods 

Brunn, Morten H. (See Hansen and Brunn.) 

Brunner, Charles, Peru, 111. Calisthenic apparatus 

Brunner, Theodore, St. Paul, MiDn. Plow 

Branson, William M., Darlington, S. C. Plow 

Brush, Jarvis C. (See Grant, James C, assignor.) 
Brush, Jarvis C. (See Grant and Brush.) 

Brusie, James, Oakland, Cal. Wheel attachment for bicycles 

Brusie, James, Oakland, Cal. Bicycle 

Brunn, Julius, Copenhagen, Denmark. Lubricator 

Bryan, James W., Wills Creek, Ohio. Baggage-seal 

Bryan, John, Canton, Ohio. Car-brake 

Bryan, Joseph A., Prescott, Ark. Window-screen 

Bryan, L. A. (See Hopkins, Hiram S., assignor.) 

Bryan, Levi R.. assignor to J. Keiser, Springfield, Ohio. Paper-sack holder 

Bryan, Oliver. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for beating cars 

Bryan, Samuel M. (See Freeman, James P., assignor.) 
iSee Nichols, John F., assignor.) 
Boston, Mass. Carpet-lining 

, Boston, Mass. Carpet-lining - 

, Wakefield, Mass. Strainer." - 

Bryant, Edson L., and H. D. Richardson, assignors of one-half to Wallace & Sons, Anso- 

nia, Conn. Suspension device for lamps 

Bryant, Edwin R., assignor to Rochester Machine Tool Works, Rochester, N. Y. Steam- 



374,774 

'374,729 | Dec. 13 

359,664 | Mar. 22 
361,860 | Apr. 26 

361,487 I Apr. 19 
371,486 Oct. 11 



363,798 

361,925 
362,718 
369,980 
359,769 
370,042 

362,247 



368,375 
355.377 
369,097 
370,004 

373,963 

356,703 
356,704 
374.775 
372,010 



May 31 

Apr. 26 

May 10 
Sept. 13 
Mar. 22 
Sept. 20 

May 3 

Aug. 16 
Jan. 4 
Aug. 30 
Sept. 13 

Nov. 29 

Jan. 25 

Jan. 25 

Dec. 13 

Oct. 25 



359,994 Mar. 29 
369,391 Sept, 6 
356,705 I Jan. 25 



359,126 
359.127 
371,818 
368,128 
359,665 
357,267 

364,631 
364,799 



Bryan, Thomas B. 
Bryant, Bradley S., 
Bryant, Bradley S., 
Bryant, Charles A. 



valve 



Bryant, George B., assignor of one-half to E.B.Dougherty, Philadelphia, Pa, Cable railway. 
Bryant, James M., assignor of two-thirds to P. anil C. Altmeyer, Ben wood, W. Va. Nail- 
plate feeder 



360,757 
365,966 

369,687 

375,600 



370,043 
366,199 



Mar. 8 
Mar. 8 
Oct. 18 
Aug. 9 
Mar. 22 
Feb. 8 

June 14 
Juno 14 



Apr. 5 
July 5 

Sept. 13 

Dec. 27 



Sept, 
July 



1567 
1135 

109 
1141 
2512 
2610 
2612 
2613 

966 
968 

1677 

1706 

95 
2190 

1385 

2226 

862 
799 

1829 
2117 

1563 
1053 

2458 

2202 

926 

956 

1994 

1058 

256 

1497 
110 

2537 
997 

2527 

2005 

2006 

864 

1824 

2352 
114 

2008 



1019 
1020 
1540 
1138 
1630 
769 

599 

861 



508 
298 
520 

2037 



1058 
610 



:408 
409 

. 301 
302 



30 

306 

639 

662 

662 

662 

,' 250 

i 251 

251 

445 

446 



24 

" 589 

590 

367 

560 

227 

"209 
210 

464 
548 

406 

274 



(638 
(639 
572 
252 
252 
505 
280 

72 

399 

30 

673 

262 

C679 

C 6S0 

526 

526 

227 

' 472 

593 

34 
527 



263 
264 
398 
302 
465 
200 

161 

225 



131 

79 

144 

r 528 

i 529 

280 
166 



41 
\ 40 

38 
38 



355,584 Jan. 4 374 \ 101 



>39 

39 
39 
40 
38 
40 

39 

40 
38 
40 
40 

}« 

38 
38 
41 
41 



39 
40 
40 



40 
40 



38 



731 

674 

23 
692 
1402 
1419 
1419 
1420 

196 
197 

798 

809 

1065 
437 

281 

1342 

1225 
1211 

1271 
418 

307 
214 

967 

434 

653 

1222 

1300 

1249 

523 

753 

23 

969 

1230 

980 

405 

405 

1225 

384 

1372 

1054 

406 



1099 

1099 

321 

675 

1271 

572 

1208 
1256 



95 

57 

1143 

1465 



1249 
124 



u 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Bryant, Jerome F., assignor to bimself and W. Sims, Chicago, 111. Water-closet valve 

Bryant, John H. (See Thompson and Bryant.) 

Bryant, John M., Webster, Kans. Dropping attachment for corn-planters t 

Bryant, Joseph W. C. (See Durvin, James A., assignor.) 

Bryant, Levi K., Lawrence, Mass. Butter-jar ; 

Bryant, Levi K., Lawrence, Mass. Packing-vessel i 

Bryant, Luther, Maple Grove, Me. Ratchet- wrench 

Bryant, Reuben T. (See Turley and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Ilufus P. (See Binder and Bryant.) 

Bryant & Stratton Mechanical Appliance Company. (See Moore, Homer J., assignor.) 

Bryant, Thomas AV\, Ansonia. Conn. Electrical battery 

Bryant, William H., Clarksville, Tex. Hay -press 

Bryarly, Lucie, Clarksville, Tenn. Dress-shield 

Bryce, Alexander, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Automatic gas cut-off 

Bryde'n, Edward 0., Caldwell, Kaus. Post-office signal call-box 

Bryson, Andrew, Jr., and H. S. Mudge, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined gate and block for 
pneumatic dispatch systems - - 

Bryson, Andrew, Jr., and H. S. Mudge, Brooklyn, N. T. Automatic gate-lock for pneu- 
matic dispatch- tubes - - 

Bryson, Andrew, Jr., and H. S. Mudge, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric block system for pneu- 
matic dispatch - 

Bryson, Andrew, Jr., and H. S. Mudge, Brooklyn, N. T. Sending device for pneumatic 
dispatch 



369 ; 629 

369,630 

356,188 
368,704 
372,654 



368.806 
369,837 
374,172 
372,960 
361,016 



I 



Date. 

♦ 

Sept. 6 

Sept. 6 

Jan. 18 
Aug. 23 
Nov. 8 



441 

442 

1278 

1972 

552 



! 
Aug. 23 i 
Sept. 13 j 
Dec. 6 
Nov. 8 
Apr. 12 



Buch, George C, Eureka, Mo. Spring-heel for boots or shoes 

Buch, Nelson C. (See Crossman and Buch.) 

Buchanan, Alexander F., Montrose, N. Y. Stair and table oil-cloth 

Buchanan, Edward B., Tullahoma, Tenn. Double-shovel plow 

Buchanan, James G., assignor of two-thirds to J. W. Peters and F. D. Voris, Neoga, 111.? 

Baling-press S 

Buchanan, William C, assignor to Harrison Machine Works, Belleville, 111. Combined? 

straw carrier and stacker - > 

Buchanan, William C, assignor to Harrison Machine Works, Belleville, 111. Grain-sepa- 



356,865 i Feb. 
Feb. 
July 



rator. 



Bncher, C. Theodore, Tiffin, Ohio. Refuse-burner 

Bucher & Gibbs Plow Company. (See Gibbs, Lewis, assignor.) 

Bucher, John B. (See McLain, James W., assignor.) 

Buchholz, Edward, assignor of one-half to M. Elkin, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic buckle 

or fastening device 

Buck, Arthur A. (See Buck, Daniel A. A. and A. A.) 

Buck, Daniel A. A., Cheshire, Conn. Photographic camera 

Buck, Daniel A. A. and A. A., Cheshire, Conn. Hand-drill < 

Buck, Fred, Cleveland, Ohio. Glass-cutting apparatus 

Buck, Harry H. , Orland. Me. Knee for boats or other vessels 

Buck, Isaac' N., Elgin, 111. Tubular lantern 

Buck, Lynn W., Springfield, Vt. Shuttle-operating mechanism 

Buck, Martha C, Ogden, Mich. Wire dust-whip 

Buckelew, Albeit H., New Brunswick, assignor to bimself and C. H. Buckelew, Plainfield, 

N. J. Electrical heating apparatus 

Buckelew, Charles H. (See Buckelew, Albert H., assignor.) 

Buckeye Engine Company. (See Barnaby, Charles W., assignor.) 

Buckeye Iron and Brass Works. (See Krutzsch, William, assignor.) 

Buckingham, Charles L. (See Joliue, Ferdinand S., assignor.) 

Buckingham, Charles L., New York, N. Y. Commutator-adjuster for dynamo-electric ma- 



357,174 

365,787 

370,044 
357,062 

357,950 
368,871 

370,374 
367,182 

372,452 

375,667 



360,369 

357,114 
355,585 
368,928 
362,487 
359,708 
363,724 
356,348 



Sept. 20 
Feb. 1 

Fob. 15 

Aug. 23 

Sept. 27 ! 
July 20 

Nov. 1 
Dec. 27 



Mar. 29 

Feb. 1 

Jan. 4 

Aug. 30 

May 10 

Mar. 22 

May 24 

Jan. 18 



chines 



Buckingham, Charles L., New York, N. "Y Regulator for dynamo-electric machines 

Buckingham, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Paper box 

Buckingham, Joseph P., New York, N. Y. Box 

Buckius, Albert O.. assignor to C. A. Taylor, Chicago, 111. Trunk-fastening 

Buckland, Harry W., Swanton, Vt. Garment-supporter 

Buckland, Harry W., assignor to C. C. Gilmore, Swanton, Vt. Coat and hat hook. . . . 

Ventilating cars 



Ventilating cars 



Bridge . . . 
Chair-seat. 



Combined latch and lock. 
Combined latch and lock. 

Combined lock and latch- 
Combined latch and lock. 



Buckley, Joseph A., and C. J. Koefoed, San Francisco, Cal. 

Buckley, Joseph A., and C. J. Koefoed, San Francisco, Cal. 

Buckley, Thomas, assignor of one-fourth to I. Lavouche, Jr., Middlebury, Vt. 

Buckman, Benjamin J., assignor to Heywood Brothers & Co., Gardner, Mass. 
Bucknam, Edmund H. (See White, George, assignor.) 

Buckton, W. Abram, Covington, Ky. Rain-water cut-off 

Buda Foundry and Manufacturing Company. (See Westervelt, Benjamin J., assignor. 

Budd, J. Talman. (See Martin and Budd.) 

Budd, AVilliam E., Chatham, N. J. Pneumatic grain-conveyer . 

Budd, William E., Chatham, N. J., and F. Sickels, Chicago, 111. 

Budd, William E., Chatham, N. J., and F. Sickels, Chicago, 111. 

Budd, William E., Chatham, N. J., and F. Sickels, Chicago, 111. 

Budd, William E., Chatham, N. J., and F. Sickels, Chicago, 111. 

Budde, Robert 1L, Middletown, assignor to Wilcox Silver Plate Company, Meriden, Conn. 

Ornamenting hollow metal articles 

Buddington, Frank E., Chicago, 111. Toy water-motor 

Buddington, Frank E., Chicago, 111. Convertible implement for cutting and marking 
Buell, Charles E. (See Howland, Stephen H, assignor.) 

Buell, Charles E., Springfield, Mass. Electric lighting of railway-cars 

Buell, Park A., Stockton, Cal. Machine for stretching wire-cloth 

Buell, Salmon A. (See Sheppard and Buell.) 
Buerk, Harry A. (See Cross, Frank, assignor.) 

Buermaun, August, Newark, N. J. Bridle-bit 

Bufe, Franz H. and J. G., Gera-TJnterinhaus, Reuss Jiingere Linie, Germany. 
Bufe, Johann G. (See Bufe, Franz H. and J. G.) 
Buff, Jacob. (See Pfeil, Herman C, assignor.) 

Buffalo Seal and Press Company. (See Boughton, Claudius V., assignor.) 
Buffington, George A. (See Johnston and Burlington.) 

Buffum, Herbert H., Manchester, N. H., assignor of one-half to J. G. B. Adams, Lynn, 
Mass. Car-axle lubricator 



369,432 ! Sept. 6 



357,115 
359,770 
356,522 
369,688 
373,879 
361,984 
365,725 

355,586 

355,587 

374,887 

373.582 



362,488 



360,919 
! 364,574 
I 372,961 

I 372,962 

\ 372,903 

| 362,815 
! 362,421 
I 370,005 

! 305,460 
i 355,436 



Accordion. 



356,918 
365,501 



May 10 
May 3 
Sept. 13 

June 28 
Jan. 4 



Feb. 1 
June 28 



2118 

730 

18 

1017 
941 

173 

043 

21 

1060 
449 

1748 
2203 

1531 

1955 

249 
2135 



123 

123 

337 
523 
151 



561 
195 
4 
273 
238 

46 

107 



281 
119 



586 
(410 

1411 
(527 
?528 

69 



Feb. 


1 


549 


Mar. 


22 


1999 


Jan. 


25 


1753 


Sept, 


13 


522 


±N or. 


29 


2407 


Apr. 


20 


2298 


June 


28 


2237 



Jan. 


4 


377 


Jan. 


4 


379 


Dec. 


13 


1024 


Nov. 


22 


1984 


May 


10 


591 


July 
Julie 
Nov. 


19 

7 

8 


1596 
524 

1018 



Nov. 8 | 10 
Nov. 8 



Official 
Gazette. 



40 ; 1119 

40 ; 1119 

38 259 

40 852 

41 584 



40 879 

40 1182 

41 i 1049 

41 667 

39 179 



2944 


748 


547 


142 


376 


101 


2297 


610 


590 


166 


1894 


481 


2356 


611 


1508 


396 


167 


48 



38 154 

38 ' 549 

40 : 7 

40 I 1249 

33 505 

38 765 

40 , 897 

j 40 1346 

1 40 393 

41 517 

41 mi 



38 I 14-0 

38 ; 522 

38 ! 75 
40 j 924 

39 j 592 

38 ; 1283 

39 i 942 
38 ! 304 

40 : 1003 



143 

505 

456 

144 

647 

598 

5^2 

(101 

?102 

102 

(267 

1268 

527 

166 



428 

141 

274 

.->! I J 274 

- 1 1 275 

1021 275 



1063 
490 
999 



38 
38 
38 
40 
41 
39 
39 

^33 

38 

|« 

41 

39 



40 
39 
41 

}« 

41 



i 



289 39 ! 07S 
139 39 i 570 
262 ! 40 1230 



1«37 J* 177 
^ J7 , 1 478 

184 19 



: 356,272, Jan. 18 



215 
1891 



67 
492 



1390 368 



39 
38 



38 i 466 

39 i 1170 



38 i 282 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1837. 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



45 



Name, residence, ami invention. 



Bitgg, Owen T., Newark, N. J., assignor to United States Cotton Harvester Company. 

Cotton-harvester • ■ - - :■■■;-.■■. 

S^ne^S^I;^. Venetianblind 

| u »fv» 

i»a»S 

gas 

Bulen, George F., Jersey City, ST. J. Electric circuit-testing apparatus 

Bulett William S., Delta, Pa. Vehicle-spring .......... 

BuWr John "W., East Liverpool, Ohio. Lamp attachment 

Bulkley JohnM., Monroe, Mich. Pail or harrelcover 

Bull, John, Chattanooga, Tenn. Stirrup 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, Mass. Steam road- vehicle 



Furnace for burning hydrocarbon fuel 



Bullard, Jam«s H., Springfield, Mass. 
Bullard, James H., Springfield, Mass. 
Bullis, Henry M., Traverse City, Mich. 
Bullock, De Forest, Busti, X. Y. 

Bullock, Edwin B., Attleborough, Mass. Chain-making machine 
Bullock Ellen M., administratrix. (See Bullock, Joseph P.) 

Bullock JosephP., deceased; E. M. Bullock, administratrix and_ assignor to Milwaukee 
Harvester Company, Milwaukee, Wis. ' 



Furnace for burning hydrocarbon fuel 52°'ZS" 

Laying-out attachment for mortismg-macmnes . 
Vegetable-cutter 



Operating mechanism for cord-holaers of gram 



Bullock Joseph P." "assignor' to Milwaukee Harvester Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Bufoct Jo^phP^lsrifnoJ °to MUwaukee Harvester -Company, Milwaukee; Wis. " Trip 

mechanism for grain-binders. : - 

Bullock, L. L. (See Safford, Alfred G-., assignor. 

Bullock, Marshall C, Hannibal, Mo. Folding table 

Bullock, O. W. (See Stoddard, Joshua C, assignor.) . 

Bullock Printing Press Company. (See Kahler, Conrad, assignor.) 
Bullock, William P. (See Wiard and Bullock.) 
Bullock, William R. (See Wiard, Judd, and Bullock.) 
Bullou^h, John. (See Mills, Frederick, assignor.) 
Bulova Joseph. (See Lamont, John, assignor.) 

Bulova, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Jewelry 

Bulova, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Jewelry- 

Bulova, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Sleeve-button ... 

Bume, Louis, Holyoke, Mass. ■ Apparatus for treating fabrics - 

Bunce, Lewis L)., Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Churn-dasher 

Bunch N., et al. (See Miller, John D., assignor.) 

Bunch SamuelP., Richland, Mo. Cutting apparatus for harvesters ...... 

B ndv Herbert F., Welcome, N. Y. Machine for boring wood or metal 
B n v Willard L. Auburn, N. Y. Electric station-indicating apparatus 
Bundy William Carthage, Ind. Machine for making wire-ana-wood fencing 



Bun^arz Charles H., Brookl mi, N. Y. Protectrag-iron for staples 
S Ira S., North Springfield, Mo. Combined fire and burglar alarm 

Bunker William L, Chicago" 111. Uutaining device for bedding 

Bunker, William L, Chicago, 111. Furniture-leg 

Bunker, William L, Chicago, 111. Vehiclespring - - - - - - - 

Bunker William I., assignor to Rocker Spring Company, Chicago, 111 
Bunnell, Jesse H. (See Van Hoevenbergh, Henry assignor.) 
Bunnell, Joseph A., assignor of one-half to J. T. Eobb, New 



York 



End-gate . 



; colters to plows ■ J?!?3'5oI 

o0o,5oo 



joint 
Bnnten, John B., Burk, Iowa. 

Bnntins Thomas C, Philadelphia, Pa. Bottle-stopper cover ... - - - ------- - - - - 

Bunting William, Jr., Boston, Mass., assignor to Meyer-Sniffen Company, (limited,) New 

York^N. Y- Water-closet apparatus 

Buracker, Ambrose, Beardstown, 111. Flood-fence 

Burbank, Abner J., Harvard, 111. Track for hay-carriers. - - 

Burbank, Charles E., et al, trustees. (See Loveren, Arthur D., assignor.) 
Burbank, Clarence A., Kinsley, Hans. Detachable watch-pocket 

Burbank Edward S., Omaha, Nebr. Jeweler's tag :v'"W- i>"„" 

Burcaw, Franklin P., Hazleton, assignor to himself and R. E. Ocksenreider, Dermger, Pa, 

Ironing-table - - - - • - - 

Burch, George C, Groton, Conn. ThiU-couplmg. -::■:•-■'•■■ 

Burch George C. assignor of one-half to R. S. Edgcomb, Groton, Conn. Vehicle-gear 
Burch! George C., assignor of one-half to R. S. Edgcomb, Groton, Conn. Reach-connection 

for vehicles - - - - - - 

Burch, Nicholas, Toledo, Ohio. Device for attachin . 

Burcham, Andrew. Mineral Citv, Ind. Ditching-machine ...... 

Burchard, George W., Fort Atkinson, Wis. Scale for indicating the butter value of milk 

and cream 

Burckett, Charles H, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of horseshoe-nails j 371,171 

Burckhardt, Martin, Brooklyn, and E. Wieman, New York, N. Y. Necktie ■> ; 

Burden, Howard H., Troy, N. Y. Kiln for roasting ores 

Burden, Howard H., Troy, N. Y. Machine for making horseshoes ! 36fi,373 

Burden, James A., Troy, N. Y. Horseshoe-machine 373,125 

Burden, William H. (See Howard and Burden.) ,„, ,„ i 

Burdess, Adam, Coventry, county of Warwick England. Velocipede ; 361 ,33o 

Bnrdett, Daniel A., Newburgh, Ontario, Canada. Can ............ 

Burdett, Daniel B , Minneapolis, Minn. Ornamenting wood, leathei, &c 

Burdge, Robert H., Boston, Mass. Car 

Burdick, Charles, and C. R. Brown, Cleveland, Ohio. Dish-washing machine 36 




46 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name residence, and invention. 



Burdick, George, assignor to Chainberlin Cartridge Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Cartridge- 
loading machine 

Burdick, Justin H., TTtica, assignor to Elastic Nut Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Nut ..... 

Burdick, Walter H., Jtacine, Wis. Steam-boiler 

Burdon, David P., Sanford, assignor to Burdon Patents Association , Palatka, Ma. Ma- 
chine for extracting fibers 

Burdon Patents Association. (See Burdon, David B., assignor.) 

Bnrdsall, Stephen, Fremont, Ohio, Running-gear for vehicles 

Burdsall, Stephen, assignor to Herbrand Company, Fremont, Ohio. Fifth-wheel ..... 

Burdsall, Stephen, assignor to Herbrand Company and FremontDrop Forge Company Fre- 
mont, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Burger, Frank M., Joliet, 111. Potato-planter '.'.".'..'.'.'.'....'... 

Burger, John, assignor of one-half to E. Wis well, Cincinnati, Ohio. Washer-cutter" 

Burger, Theodore W., New York, N. Y. Ornamenting sheet metal 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Magazine tire-arm 



Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine tire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine fire-arm ...'... 

Magazine fire-arm 

Magazine-gun 

Magazine-gun 

Magazine fire-arm 

Card-holder. 



Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, On ego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. 
Burgess, Gardner M., Jr., ProvidenceT R. I. 

Burgess, Henry, Chicago, 111. Lounge 

Burgess, Hugh. (See Rennyson, William, assignor.) 

Burgess, James H., South Pittsburg, Tenn. Buggy-shaft. 

Burgess, Josiah, Zanesville, Ohio. Gas-burner 

Burgess, Noah P., assignor to Burgess, Tobes & Co., Portland, Me. Press for removing 

paint from cans 

Burgess, Tobes & Co. (See Burgess, Noah P., assignor]) " 

Burgett, Isaiah C, Wheaton, 111. Whifiletree-hook 

Burgher, Charles, Boston, Mass., assignor to Automatic Fire Alarm and Extinguisher 
_ Company, (limited,) New York, N. Y. Fire-alarm telegraphic repeater 



Burgher, Charles, Boston, Mass., assignor to Automatic Fire Alarm and Extinguisher? 

Company, (limited,) New York, N. Y Fire-alarm telegraph ( 

Burhaus, George, Carlisle Centre, N. Y. Horseshoe-pad 

Burk, Marshall B., Prescott, assignor of one -half to G. B. Baker, Dayton, Wash. Ter. 

Door 



Burke, AsaL., Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Washing-machine .......... 

Burke, Charles G., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Automatic printing-telegraph 
Burke, Charles G., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Automatic printing-telegraph . 

Burke, Charles G., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Telegraph-instrument 



Burke, James A., assignor to Chicago Metal Quoin and Patent Block Company, Chicago, 
111. Printer's block 



Burke, Patrick F., Boston, Mass. Die for making horseshoe-calks 

Burke, Patrick F.. Boston, Mass. Die for making horseshoe-calks 

Burke, Stephen E., Edon, Ohio. Furnace-grate 

Burke, Stephen E., Edon, Ohio. Draft-regulator "!!"""".""" 

Burkett, John T.. Waterloo, Iowa. Combined feeder and sifter 

Burkhard, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stove 

Burkhard, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stove '.".'."..'.'..'.'.'.'.'."...'.'. 

Burkhardt, Howard F., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined saw and planer 

Burkholder, George E., Morantown, Kans. Machine for cutting broom-corn . . . 
Burkm, Benjamin, and T. Melville, Clapton, county of Middlesex, England. Domestic 

fire-escape 

Biirklin, Victor, assignor of one-half to J. Dome's, New York, N- Y. Burner for petroleum 

cooking-stoves 



No. 



357,457 
356,744 
362,423 

365,430 

362,423 

358,428 

369,68'J 
368,129 
373,126 
363,205 
357,458 
357,459 
357,460 
357,461 
357,462 
357,517 
357,518 
357,519 
366,558 

366,559 

366,560 
366,561 
366,562 
366,563 
366,564 
366,565 
373,438 
363,206 
359,009 

367,183 
364,986 

367,698 

374,932 

368,907 
371,876 
371,301 

361,810 
371,546 
360,994 

360,995 



Burkman, Walfrid, assignor to C. H. Frost, Chicago, 111. Clay reducer and disintegrator. 

Burkman, Walfrid, assignor to C. H. Frost, Chicago, 111. Brick-machine 

Burleigh, Samuel G. (See Van Antwerp, Harmon W., assignor.) 
Burley, Thomas. (See Nash and Burley.) 
Burlingame, Thomas E., Delavan, 111. 'Tongue-support 
Burmeister, John C. (See Gould, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Burn, Walters., and E. Schultz, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Tubular lantern 

Burnap, Hiram F. (See Andrews and Burnap.) 
Bumap, James M. (See Sage and Burnap.) 
Burnet, George B. (See Fisher and Burnet.) 

Burnett, Asbury. Big Springs, Kans. Washing-machine 

Burnett Bros. (See Burnett, Robert A., assignor.) 

Burnett, Daniel L., and L. De Lisle, Florisant, Mo. Railway-frog 

Burnett, Daniel L., and L. De Lisle, Florisant, Mo. Railway -crossing 



374,038 

356,866 
370,763 
370,764 
360,849 
374,039 
359,496 
359,314 
362,199 
359,497 
367,957 



Burnett, Edwin E.,Tufnel Park, county of Middlesex, England. Remedy for rheumatism . 
Burnett, Jeremiah Y. (See Dean, George B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Burnett, George B. (See Fisher, Charles, assignor.) 

Burnett, Joseph, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Paper-holder 

Burnett, Robert A., assignor to Burnett Bros., Washington Court-House, Ohio. Grain- 
drier 

Burnett, William H, assignor of one-third to L. L." Hopkins," Dan'bury, Conn." Umbrella"!.' 
Burnham, Arthur M., assisnorof one-half to C.Gifford, Gardiner, Me. ' Pan lifter and turner. 
Burnham, Charles E., White Plains, N. Y. Burglar-alarm clock 



372,596 

355,811 
357,973 
364,395 

372,740 
359,993 

374,141 

357,951 
366,922 
366,149 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Date. 



Feb. 8 
Feb. 1 
May 3 

June 28 

May 3 
Mar. 1 

Sept. 13 
Aug. 9 
Nov. 15 
May 17 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
July 12 

July 12 

July 32 
July 12 
July 12 
July 12 
July 12 
July 12 
Nov. 22 
May 17 
Mar. 8 






1026 

8 

491 

1793 

492 



523 
1139 
1273 
1612 
1028 
1030 
1031 
1033 
1035 
1115 
1118 
1121 
1092 

1095 

1098 
1101 
1103 
1108 
1110 
1113 
1755 
1614 
874 



July 26 1956 
June 14 1133 



Aug. 2 
Dec. 20 

Aug. 23 

Oct. 18 
Oct. 11 

Apr. 26 
Oct. 18 
Apr. 12 

Apr. 12 
Nov. 29 



514 

1107 

2256 

1630 

803 

2034 

1143 

866 

871 
2630 



Feb. 1 175 

Oct. 4 ! 16 

Oct. 4 I 18 

Apr. 12 643 

Nov. 29 ; 2632 

Mar. 15 j 1552 

Mar. 15 1274 

May 3 I 192 

Mar. 15 i 1553 



Aug. 9 



909 



Nov. 1 i 458 

Jan. 11 | 714 
Feb. 15 ! 1784 
June 7 i 255 

Nov. 8 I 673 
Mar. 29 2352 

Nov. 29 2781 

Feb. 15 ! 1749 
Julv 19 1600 
July 5 542 



272 

3 

139 

467 

139 
3 

145 
302 
338 
423 
272 
273 
273 
274 
274 
292 
293 
293 
296 
C296 
\ 297 
297 
297 
298 
298 
298 
298 
465 
424 
222 

528 
297 

141 

289 

600 
J 421 
I 422 

205 

528 
298 
220 
C220 
) 221 
(705 
\ 706 

46 

4 

5 

170 

706 

396 

330 

57 

397 

246 



38 
38 
39 

39 

39 
38 

40 
40 
41 
39 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
40 

1 40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
41 
39 
38 

40 
39 

40 

41 

40 907 
J41 339 

41 j 165 



621 
424 
570 

1451 

570 
904 

1144 
675 

724 
790 
621 
621 
622 
622 
623 
638 
638 
639 
217 

218 

218 
219 
220 
220 
221 
221 
824 
790 
1070 

394 

1307 

548 
1280 



39 
41 
39 



402 
241 
164 

>39 ; 165 

; i 

■41 1000 



3^1 
41 
41 
39 



454 
6 
6 

127 



41 I 1001 
38 | 1204 

38 1153 

39 510 
38 1204 

40 632 



123 41 



187 

468 

469 

72,73 



< 468 > 
J 469 j 



184 
593 



38 
38 
39 

41 
38 



I 



747 41 



456 
429 



38 
40 
40 



366,200 ! July 12 611 



355,861 
364,987 
372,965 
360.338 



US?} 



40 



556 

148 

771- 

1137 

607 
1372 



1029 

765 
319 
102 



124 



Jan. 11 794 209 38 161 

June 14 1135 i 297 39 1307 

Nov. 8 1030 276 41 668 

Mar. 29 2892 ' 737 38 l47--> 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Aljyhabetkal list of patentees — Continued. 



47 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Burnham, Edgar S. (See Dunham and Burnham.) 
Burnham, Edward P. (See Toedt and Burnham.) 
Burnham, Erancis A., et al. (See Hanson, Freeman, assignor.) 

Burnham, Erancis H., Ipswich. Mass. Feed-bag 

Burnham, George, et al. (See Vauelain, Samuel M., assignor.) 

Burnham, Lewis T., Hyde Park, 111. Grate* 

Burnham, Sherburne W., assignor to G. A. Douglass, Chicago, 111. 



mg-tray . 



Photographic develop- 



Burnham, William H., and J. H. Miller, assignors to United States AYind Engine and Pump 
Company, Batavia, 111. Hay-carrier '. 

Burnley, William. (See Hitchcock and Burnley.) 

Burnley, William, et al. (See Hitchcock, Charles A., assignor.) 

Burnley, William, assignor of part to C. A. Hitchcock, North East, L. E. Watson, Warren, 
and S. A. Davenport, Erie, Pa. Telephone-transmitter 

Burns, Alexander B. (See Collins, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Burns, Arthur H. (See Wright and Burns.) 

Burns, ElijahP., Detroit, Mich. Machine for pointing rake-teeth 

Burns, James, Chicago, 111. Cash and parcel carrier 

Burns, Nevin E. (See Olsen and Burns.) 

Burns, Samuel A., assignor to himself and J. S. Silver, New York, N. Y. Car-brake 

Burnside, George A. E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for printing oil-cloth 

Burnside, Myron C. (See Collins and Burnside.) 

Burr, Almon W., Beloit, Wis. File-box 

Burr, Charles A., Rockdale. N. Y. Sap-spout 

Burr, Edwin A., Auburn, N. Y. Carpet-cleaner 



Burr, Ellis M., and J. W. Stipes, Champaign, 111. Machine for cutting bricks or tiles 

Burr, Henry W., South Framingliam, Mass. Overshoe 

Burr, John A., New York, N. Y. Shutter- fastener 

Burr, Remus D., Kmgsborough, N. Y. Glove or mitten 

Burr, Sanford S., Winnetka, 111. Ash-guard for cigars 

Burrell, David H. (See Evans, Jonathan, assignor.) 

Burrell, David H., et al. (See Koelkebeck, Charles W. A., assignor.) 

Burrell, Elbert J., iEtna, Tenn. Apparatus for distilling wood 

Burrell & Whitman. (See Hansen and Brunn, assignors.) 

Burrell, Zeanas S., G. W. De Voe, Brooklyn, N. Y., and J. J. Pennal, Jersey City, N. J. 
Hoisting-net 



Burris, Craven H. B., St. Louis, Mo. Street-car brake 

Burris, John A. W., Deport, Tex. Hopple 

Bin-rough, George A., Providence, R. I., assignor to American Floral Requisite Company, 
New York, N. Y. Flower-pot 

Burroughs, William S., assignor to Boyer Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Pat- 
tern-maker's tram 

Burrows, RoVjert R., Potter Valley, Cal. Beet-puller 

Burrows, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Seat for water-closets 

Burrows, William C, Stockton, N> Y. Thill-coupling 

Burrows, William C, Stockton, N. Y. Thill-coupling 

Burruss, John C. (See Wade and Burruss.) 

Burson, William W., Chicago, 111. Welding wrought-iron to cast-iron 

Burt, James H., West Randolph, Vt. Box or tub fastener 

Burt, John, Iron River, Mich. Furniture-joint 

Burt, John H., Swinton Street, county of Middlesex, England. Tire for carriage-wheels . . 

Burt, John W., and G. W. Trusty, Cascilla, Miss. Coffee-roaster 

Burt, Marcena, assignor of one-half to E. AYhite, Bedford, Mich. Car-coupling 

Burt, Ransom K., Haddam, Kans. Paint compound 

Burt, Thomas W., Lafayette, Ind. Twine-cutter 

Burthonl, Joseph, Brussels, Belgium. Hat-sweat 

Burtis, Arthur L. (See Rooney and Burtis.) 

Burton, Augustus G., Chicago, 111. Cutter for perforating-machines 

Burton, Charles C, TTtica, N. Y. Transfer table and dock 



Burton, Frank L., Erie, Pa. Thill-coupling 

jBurton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. Stock-car 

"Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. Stock-car 

Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H. Stock-car 

Burton, George D., New Ipswich, N. H., and C. H. Magoon, St. Johnsbury, Vt.; said Ma-', 
goon assignor to said Burton. Railway-signal i 

Burton, Matthew, Batavia, 111. Metallic spring-bed frame ; 

Burton, Simon K. • (See Melbourne, William A., assignor.) 

Burton, W. Leigh, Richmond, Va. Electric heater 

Burton, Watkins L., assignor of one-half to E. Waddey, Richmond, Va. Safety attachment 
for pocket-books 

Burton, William S., Maryville, Tenn. Machine for grinding hand-cards 

Burwell, Joseph Y., Chico, and F. Mammel, Roxbury, Kans. Car-coupling 

Busbridge, George F. (See Turvey, John H., assignor.) 

Busby, Elizabeth A. G. (See Busby, Nahum J., assignor.) 

Busby, Nahum J., assignor to E. A.' G. Busby, Maplewood, Mass. Alarm for doors, &c . . . 

Busch, FedorE., Chicago, 111. Binder for tablets 

Bnsclier, John H., Ottawa, Ohio. Fence-post 

Biischgens, Eugcn, Rheydt, assignor to F. Soennecken's Verlag, Bonn, Germany. Copy- 
ing-press. 



Bnschmann, Victor n., assignor of one-half to A. H. Briukmann, Baltimore, Md. Bustle 

Buschmann, Victor n., assignor to A. H. Briukmann, Baltimore, Md. Bustle 

Busfield, James. (See Fellows and Bustield.) 

Busfield, James, Haverhill, assignor of one-half to E. G. Elliot, Bradford, Mass. Key- fastener . 

Busfield, James, and H. Fellows. Haverhill, Mass., assignors to Kenoza Seam Pressing Ma-? 

chine Company, Kingston, N. H. Seam-pressing machine (, 

Bush, Abraham Y. B. ."Brooklyn, N. Y. Letter-box 

Bush, Charles W. (See Beat, John, assignor.) 

Bush, Clark T., Maryland, N. Y. Wire-fastener 

Bush. Cory I., Proctbrsville, Ohio. Tire for wheels 




369,393 
371,667 
363,505 
368,511 

361,047 

374,342 
373,172 

369,159 

36.8,751 

371,735 
363.280 
359,709 

368,929 

360,795 
303,207 
373,048 
356,615 

363,313 

363,113 
367,699 
373,173 

357,698 

370,313 
361,205 
362,424 
357.974 
374,343 

356,982 
359,344 
365,362 
356,919 
374,933 
360,414 
365,727 
358,143 
359,772 

371,736 

363,114 

373,174 
359,345 
360,370 

374,824 

368,512 
366,566 

357,572 

358,380 
357,975 
368,513 



361,048 
375,046 
359,666 

368,908 
358,800 
374,519 

366,150 
372,837 
357,143 

371,122 
373.921 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



Official 
Gazette. 






Ml _; 



3" 



Sept. 6 ' 116 34 40 1055 
Oct. 18 , 1313 340 41 275 



May 24 
Aug. 16 



2035 530 ■ 39 I 881 

I i j 
1703 453 ; 40 ' 792 



Apr. 12 i 943 238 



May 17 
Aug. 2 
Nov. 15 



Feb. 15 1396 



1488 

515 

1355 



Sept. 20 
Apr. 12 
May 3 
Feb. 15 
Dec. 6 

Feb. 1 
Mar. 15 
June 28 
Feb. 1 
Dec. 20 
Apr. 5 
June 28 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 22 

Oct. 18 

May 17 

Nov. 15 
Mar. 15 
Mar. 29 

Dec. 13 

Aug. 16 
July 12 

Feb. 15 

Feb. 22 
Feb. 15 
Aug. 16 



Apr. 12 
Dec. 20 

Mar. 22 

Aug. 23 
Mar. 1 
Dec. 6 



July 5 

Nov. 8 
Feb. 1 59 



1436 
1184 

494 
1785 

249 

335 
1315 

1684 
246 
1107 
16 
2241 
2036 
2001 

1423 

1489 

1356 
1316 
2945 

937 

1704 
1115 

1214 

2360 
1786 
1706 



945 
1277 
1831 

2261 
554 
499 

542 



393 

r 141 

i 142 
'359 

367 

385 
300 
140 
469 
66 



536 

506 

368 

(393 

\ 394 

359 

342 

748 

(244 

£245 

(454 

i 455 

299 

320 

627 

469 
455 



239 
333 
465 



39 



179 



Dec. 6 

Nov. 15 


248 
1348 


06 
(357 
1358 


Aug. 30 
Aug. 23 


2609 
'2039 


693 

540 


Oct. 18 
May 17 
Mar. 22 

Aug. 30 


1422 
1708 
1896 

2298 


367 

446 

481 

(610 

1611 


Apr. 5 
May 17 
Nov. 15 
Jan. 25 


559 
1614 
1162 
1893 


145 
424 
311 
497 


May 17 


1750 


458 



41 1093 



> 41 737 



| 

40 j 985 
40 ! 865 



39 



39 

| 40 

41 

38 

40 
39 
39 
38 
41 

38 
38 
39 
38 
41 
39 
39 
38 
38 

41 

J39 

41 
38 
38 

}41 

j 40 
40 

38 

38 

38 
40 



601 40 

138 38 

130 j 41 

140 ' 40 

153 j 38 



Oct. 4 555 141 
Nov. 29 2406 002 



41 
41 



298 

809 

1284 

924 

105 
791 
703 
384 



817 

765 
548 
738 

099 

1320 
224 
571 
772 

1094 

485 
1160 
1431 

467 

1280 

5 

1536 

822 
1301 

298 

765 

738 
1160 
1480 

1239 

792 
222 

667 

884 
772 
792 



179 
1309 
1272 

908 
1007 
1142 

102 
035 
531 

110 






48 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bush, George A. (See Barnsback and Bush.) 

Bush, Nye A., Chicago, 111. Canceling-statnp 

Bush, Thomas J., Lexington, Ky. Interlocking bolt 

Bush, Thomas J., Lexington, Ky. Interlocking bolt. .--.-----„ 

Bush, Thomas J., Lexington, Ky. Bridge-plate for railway-joints, Sec... 

Bush, Thomas J., Lexington, Ky. Railway clamp-plate 

Bushnell, James S., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Car-seat 

Busiel Lewis F., et al. (See Esty, William, assignor.) 

Buskirk, Alna L., Shelbyville, Mich. Door-check. ......... 

Bussey, Esek, assignor to Bussey & McLeod Stove Company, Troy, N. Y. 
Bussey, Esek, assignor to Bussey & McLeod Stove Company, Troy, N. T. 
Bussey & McLeod Stove Company. (See Bussey, Esek, assignor.) 
Bussey, William G., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for vaporizing and burning liquid hydro- 
carbons 

Bustin William H. . Watertown, Mass. Die for making harness-saddle trees 



No. 



367,269 
361,985 
361,986 
366,815 
373,641 
372,597 



Date. 



July 
Apr. 
Apr. 
July 
Nov. 
Nov. 



26 
26 
20 
19 
2-2 
1 



Stove 

Parlor-stove . 



Butcher, Joseph, Boston, Mass. Cyclometer - 

Butcher, Joseph, Boston, Mass. Cyclometer. ... 

Butcher, Joseph, Boston, Mass. Oiler and attachment for vehicles --------- 

Butler, Aron G., Atlanta, assignor of one-half to W. B. Wolcott, Griffin, Ga. Churn-power. 

Butler! Asa L., Dartford, Wis. Car-mover 

Butler. Aurelia 0.. executrix. (See Butler, Derwin E.) 

Butler BeDJamin F., Woodhull, 111. Grain-shocking machine 

Butler Benjamin F., Davenport, Iowa. Three- wheel riding gang-plow 

Butler, Benjamin P., Davenport, Iowa. Three-wheel riding-plow ............... 

Butler Calvm L., Greenfield, Mass., assignor to J. N. Skinner, New Britain, Conn 



375,337 Dec. 27 
363,281 I May 17 

373,127 , Nov. 15 



360,558 : Apr. 
358,801 Mar. 



356,822 
357,758 
369,631 
371,487 
356,058 



Feb. 1 
Feb. 15 
Sept. 6 
Oct. 11 
Jan. 11 



Drill- 



chuck. 



Butler, Derwin E., deceased, (A. O. Butler executrix,) Chesterfield, Ohio. Feed-water reg- 
i-ii 'i.for ...... ........_.....-- ...................----.--■-------------------•--' 

Butler, Ebenezer, Syracuse, N. Y. Combined pencil-holder and book-binder 

Butler' Edward, assignor of one-half to T. G. Steinke, Atlantic, Iowa. Stove 

Butler', Eli T., Philadelphia, Pa. Gravity-separator for flouring-mills 

Butler. Frank L., Danbury, Conn. Finishing the attaching edges of hat-sweats 

Butler Hardware Company. (See Emerick, Garrett M., assignor.) 

Butler, Henry, et al. (See Gold, Joseph S., assignor.) 

Butler, Henry. (See Mueller, William H, assignor.) . 

Butler, Howard H., assignor of one-half to C. C. Cook, Canton, Ohio. Device for attach- 
ing tablets to telephones 

Butler, Hunt M., et al. (See Ennis, Henry J., assignor.) 

Butler, Jeremiah C, Lexington, Mo. Nut-lock 

Butler, John C. (See Patch, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Butler, John G., Springfield, Mass. Projectile - 

Butler, Joseph C, Louisville, Ky. - Barometer 

Butler, Lewis C. (See McElroy, James F., assignor.) 

Butler, Paul, Lowell, Mass. Cartridge-shell 

Butler, Thomas, and A. Ligibel, Jersey City, N. J. Car-starter .... 

Butler Thomas H., Harrisburg, Pa. Water-separating attachment for ice-machines 

Butler', Thomas H., Harrisburg, Pa. Pump attachment for gaseous liquids ...... 

Butler, William, Jr., and W. H. Clarke, Lockport, N. Y. Derrick for use on dredgmg- 
machines - 

Butler, William H. (See Kinney and Butler.) 

Butler, William H. (See Palmer and Butler.) 

Butler, William H. (See Smith, Samuel, assignor.) 

Butler William H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Kinney Tobacco Company, ot iewlorlt. 



355,378 Jan. 4 

357.573 ! Feb. 15 

357.574 | Feb. 15 

356.616 ! Jan. 25 



356,400 
371,172 
359,532 
366,923 
374,654 



Jan. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
July- 
Dec. 



lg 
11 
15 
19 
13 



Box. 



Butler, William P., Chicago, 111. Vapor-burner. ........ 

Butman, Fred P., Holbrook, assignor to himself and E. H. Fennessy, Newton, Mass. 

Stocking-supporter 

Butman, John, Milan, Ohio. Potato-digger -..-.- - - 

Butterfield, Ephraim, Wrights Corners, Ind., assignor to Whitman Agricultural Company, 

St. Louis, Mo. Baling-press ■-■-- : - 

Butterfield, Finley K., et al. (See Eastman, William H., assignor.) 

Butterfield, Reuben J., Westford, Mass. Carriage-jack ......... 

Butterfield, William, assignor to D. M. Osborne & Company, Auburn, N. Y. Sheat-car- 

rier for grain-binders - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.- - - . 

Butterfield, William, assignor to D. M. Osborne & Company, Auburn, N. Y. Lord-tying 

mechanism for grain-binders - - - - ;;■-■•■" 

Butterfield, William, assignor to D. M. Osborne & Company, Auburn, JS. Y. Harvester 

ButterfieicL William, assignor to D. M. Osborne & Company, Auburn, N. Y. Cord-tyer for I 
grain-binders - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Butterworth, James, Rochdale, county of Lancaster, England. Belt-fastener 

Butterworth, John, Jr. (See Butterworth, William H. and J., Jr.) 

Butterworth, Robert, Trenton, N. J, Cider-press - - ---■■ 

Butterworth, Robert, Somerville, assignor of one-half to Reversible Collar Company, .Bos- ; 
ton, Mass. Supplemental bosom - - : 

Butterworth, William H. and J., Jr., Trenton, N. J. Link for horse-power chains 

Buttler, William, Pittsburg. Pa. Manufacture of glass tile - 

Buttler, William, assignor of one-half to J. H. Blair, Pittsburg, Pa. Ceilnig-tilo ------ 

Biittner, Wilhelm, Gummersbach, Prussia, Germany. Apparatus for extracting fat from 
bones 

Button, Alphonzo, Grand Rapids, Mich. Automatic dry closet 

Button, Benj. G., etal. (See Kit tell, Ernest A., assignor.) (Reissue.) , 

Buttrick, Charles G., and T. B. Flanders, Holyoke, Mass. Bolster for spinning-spindles . . 

Butts, Alexander P., Brockport, N. Y. Sash-fastener 

Butts, J. Baptist, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-coupling 

Butts, John B., Kansas City, Mo. Car-coupling 

Butts, Lucien A., Russell, Iowa. Wire-fence tightener 

Butts, Stephen B. (See Simon, Alfred W., assignor.) 

Butz, Samuel, Easton, Pa. Shirt and method of attaching supplemental bosoms thereto. . . 

Buxton, Anthony P. (See Comstock and Buxton.) 

Buxton, Levi W'., assignor of two-thirds to C. H. Lindsey and G. E. Small, Nashua, H . i±. ■ 
Coffee-filter 



Monthly ; Official 
volume, i Gazette. 



h O <-* 



2069 
2299 
2300 
1464 
2071 
459 

1677 
1709 

1275 



245 

555 

108 

1498 

443 

1054 
1086 



504 
598 
599 
391 
552 
123 

441 
447 



< 338 ' * 
I 339 ; 5 



40 
39 
39 
40" 
41 
41 

41 
39 

41 



61 



■ f 138 , I 

1 139 : 5 

I 30 
j 391 
I 124 

475 

285 



39 

38 

38 
38 
40 
41 
38 j 



373,767 j Nov. 22 

35G.745 j Feb. 1 

373,3-7 Nov. 13 

359,057 i Mar. 8 

I 

364,213 June 7 

357,759 i Feb. 15 

371,173 ! Oct. 11 

371,488! Oct. 11 

357,520 Feb. 8 



112 


30,31 


38 ! 


1215 


320 


38 


1217 


320 


38 


1895 


497 


33 


1578 


415 


38 


626 


160 


41 


1610 


412 


38 


1602 


429 


40 


694 


182 


41 



2247 

9 

1080 
933 

22 

1499 

027 

1055 



C01 

3 

440 
238 


392 
161 
275 



41 
38 



419 
449 
450 
293 
884 
557 

1396 
809 

724 



43 
1007 

.443 

718 

1119 

214 

219 

. 2(. 
667 
667 

38-1 

310 

131 

1215 

320 

1191 



913 

424 



41 ! 709 
38 1081 



39 

38 
41 
41 



1092 
718 
132 
214 



1123 294 38 , 640 



374,825 I Dec. 13 
362,929 ! May 17 



940 
1228 



245 
327 



372.401 j Nov. 1 
355,637 Jan. 4 



3G2.875 May 10 
309,433 Sept. 6 



302,930 j May 17 

I 365,044 June 21 

3G0.301 July 12 

373,220 Nov. 15 

300,924 July 19 



172 
463 


49 
124 


1145 


307 


168 


49 


1229 
1218 


327 
(321 
) 322 


751 


203 


1432 
1603 


378 
429 



41 

39 



1239 
715 



502 
91 



39 i 093 

40 ! 1063 



39 

I 39 

40 

41 
40 



715 
1332 



149 



752 
320 



338,270 Aug. 16 1375 362 40 728 



371,608 Oct. 13 
372,252 I Oct. 25 



372,253 Oct. 25 

357,144 Feb. 1 

360,990 Apr. 12 

304.988 June 14 

361,011 Apr. 19 

362,931 May 17 

356,569 Jan. 25 

371.123 Oct. 4 



363^14 



May 17 



355, 038 Jan. 4 



1314 

2201 

2201 

598 

874 
1130 

1738 
1231 

1323 

557 

1751 

4G5 



311 
564 
564 
153 

221 
293 

449 
328 

477 
142 
459 



41 
41 

41 



39 

39 

39 
39 

38 
41 
39 



124 33 



275 
453 
454 
531 

165 

1307 

340 
716 
370 

110 
317 

92 



369,833 Sept. 13 731 195 40 | 1182 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



49 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Buyer, Jacob, Sandusky, Ohio. Cliisol-boldej for tile-cutting machines 
Buzby, C. Ernest, assignor to H. I!, and F. A. Riehle, Philadelphia, J'a. 

tor testing-machines, scales. <fcc 

Bazzell, John F., assignor to W. P. Davis. Boston, Miss. Fiictimi-hiiige for mirrors. 
By am, Eber C, assignor of two thirds to J. A. Stewart and J. S. Baker, Rochester, N. Y. 

( lurtain-fixturo 

Bvam, EberC, assignor of two-thirds to J. A. Stewart and J. S. Baker, Rochester, N. Y. 

Sash-lift. 




Bvam, EberC., assignor of two-thirds to J. A. Stewart and J. S. Baker, llochester, N. Y. 
Lock-hingo - - 

Byam, Eber C, assignor of two-thirds to J. A. Stewart and J. S. Baker, Rochester, X. Y. 
Sash-fastener 

Bvam, George A., ct al. (See Holme, Jeremiah E., assignor.) 

Bvam, Sewall T. J., assignor to New Haven Watch Company, Now Haven, Conn. Stem 
winding and setting watch --- 

Byam, Sewall T. J., assignor to New Haven Watch Company, New Haven, Conn. Tool for 
setting pallet-jewels - 

Byers, Benjamin F., ct al. (See Chambers, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Byfield. John, assignor to Byfield Manufacturing Company, Lowell, Mass. Circular-knit- 
ting machine 

Byfield Manufacturing Company. (See Byfield, John, assignor.) 

By ington, Albert, Bochelle, 111. Harrow 



Bvler, Tyre A., San Francisco, Cal. Hoisting-machine 

Byllesby, Henry M. (See Pope, Byllesby and Lange.) 

Byllesby, Henry M. (See Westiugbouse, Byllesby. Shallenberger, and Schmid.) 
Byllesby, Henry M. (See Westinghouse, Byllesby, Shallenberger, Schmid, and Hartley.) 
Byllesby, Henry M., assignor to G. Westinghouse", Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. Electric converter. 
Byllesby, Henry M., Boselle, N. J., assignor to G. Westinghouse, Jr., Pitt sbuig. Pa, System 
of electrical distribution - - 



Byllesby, Henry M., assignor to G. Westinghouse, Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. Electiic meter 

Byllesby, Henry M., and P. Lange, assignors to G. Westinghouse, Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. Cir- 
cuit-controller for electric circuits --- - - 

Byllesby, Henry M., Pittsburg, and O. B. Shallenberger, Rochester, assignors to G. West- 
inghouse. Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. System or circuit for electric distribution 

Byram, Theodore P. (See McCarion, Michael A., assignor.) 

Byring, Ole H., San Francisco, Cal. Walking-cane ... 

Byrkit. Edwin M.. Michigan City, assignor of three-fourths to A. A. Adair, J. H. Murry, 
and 11. Colmrn, Indianapolis, Ind. Sheathing and lath machine 

Byrkit. Edwin M., Michigan City, assignor of three-fourths to A. A. Adair, J. H. Murry, 
aud H. Cobum. Indianapolis, Ind. Clapboard-marking device '■- -- 

Byrne, Luke 15., Providence, R. I. Button, stud, locket, or other article of jewelry 

Byrne, Luke B., Providence, R. I. Making parts of buttons - 

Byrne, Matthew T., Colorado, Tex. Boor-check... 

Byrne, Patrick, Nashville, Tenn. Hatchway-operating device 

Byrne, Samuel, Brown's Valley, Cal. Car-coupling 

Byrnes, James. National Soldiers' Home, Va. Inhaler - 

Byrus, Oscar A., assignor to Valley Iron Works, Appleton, Wis. Pulp grinding machine 

Byron, John M., ct al. (See Rogers, Richard J., assignor.) 

By water, Levi, assignor to J. E. Hanifen &Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Knitted fabric 

By waters, Joseph K., Paris, Tex. Car-coupling - 

Cable, Edward J. (See Keller, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Cable, Julius C. (See Coup, John, assignor.) 

Cables. Hartley A.. Rochester, N. Y. Button, tuft, or ornament 

Cabot Brothers. (See Young, Gilbert, assignor.) 

Cabot, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Process of and apparatus for making carbon dioxide 

Cabus, Joseph, Jr. (See Renner, Fredrick M., assignor.) 

Cadbury, Joel, et al. (See Mcllvenna and Rollason, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Cadwallader, Charles H. (See Smith, George W., assignor.) 



361,200 
363,726 
300,151 
307,132 

360,415 
360,416 

359,556 

359,995 
362,489 

366,375 

373,009 
373,010 

306,374 
366,376 
373,049 
357,521 



360,997 
373,51 1 

i 373,515 
367.742 
365,791 
372,893 
366,759 



Cady, 

Cady, 

Cadv, 

Cady, 
Cagio, 
Cagle. 
Ten 
Cal.ni 
Cahill 

Cahill 



Edward B., Jackson, Mich. Stiffening for corsets. - 

Edward W., Mason City, Iowa. Pitman --- 

Ernest. (See Gray, William, assignor.) 

Frank P.. assignorto F. P. Wheeler, Chicago, 111. Wire-fence stay 

Byron E , Sterling, Kans. Wooden tub 

Canova T., Beerskeba Springs, assignor of one-half to J. L. Weakley, Nashville, 

n. Spool -holder — 

, John, New York, N. Y. Window-blind - 

, Miles S., Boston, Mass. Bottle-stopper 

Patrick J., Leeds, Mass. Lathe 



361,207 

374,888 
370,006 



373,128 
359,990 



373,720 
374,449 

368,807 
360,371 



358.727 
368,808 
370,045 

370,004 



Cahill, Thaddeus, assignor of two-thirds to T. Cahill, Oberlin, Ohio. 
Cahill, Thaddeus, assignor of two-thirds to T. Cahill, Oberlin, Ohio. 



Piano-action 359,557 

Organ 359,842 

Cahill, Timothy. (See Cahill, Thaddeus, assignor.) 

Calioone, Edwin R., Newark, N. J. Harness-mounting - 357,575 

Cahoone, Edwin ];., Newark, N. J. Harness-mounting ' 361,811 

Calioone, Edwin R., Newark, N. J. Harness-mounting 374,344 

Cain, Cornelius T. (See McGill, William A., assignor.) 
Cain, John S., ct al. (See Harding, Daniel J., assignor.) 
Cain, Paul, ct al. (See Harding, Daniel J., assignor.) 

Oairncross, John 11. , Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Folding bed - j 364,214 

Cairns, James W. (See Yincent and Cairns.) 

Cairns, Peter J., Cleveland, Ohio. Copying-machine i 363,799 

Cairns, Thomas, ct al. (See Dake, William F.. assignor.) 

Calder, David, and J. D. Maclay, Louisville, Ky. Amalgamating-machino : 371,031 



Calder, James, Dundee, county of Forfar, Scotland. FishiDg-reel 

Caldwell. Albert N., Lebanon, Ind. Tension device for use in making fences. 

Caldwell, Allred F., Chicago, 111. Wire fence - - 

Caldwell, Alfred F., Chicago, 111. Machine for making wire screens 

Caldwell, Benjamin F., Wheeling, W. Va. Stove-pipe 

Caldwell, Benjamin F., Wheeling, W. Va. Packing and nesting stove-pipes . 

4 PAT 



360,758 

361,395 
372,060 
374.291 
361,861 
361,926 



Dale. 



Sept. 


13 


523 


Aug. 
Mar. 


Hi 
15 


1706 

1649 


Apr. 


12 


1185 


May 


24 


2358 


July 


5 


543 


July 


26 


1891 


Apr. 


5 


17 


Apr. 


5 


19 



Monthly 
volume. 



145 

455 
421 

300 

612 

140 

512 

5,6 
6,7 



Official 

Gazette. 



40 

40 

38 

39 

39 
40 
40 

39 
39 



Mar. 15 1619 422 38 



Mar. 29 
May 10 

July 12 



Nov. 
Nov. 



July 12 

July 12 

Nov. 15 

Feb. 8 

Apr. 12 
Nov. 22 
Nov. 22 
Aug. 2 
July 5 
Nov. 8 
July 19 
Apr. 12 

Dec. 13 
Sept. 13 

Nov. 15 
Mar. 29 



Nov. 22 
Dec. 6 

Aug. 23 
Mar. 29 



2354 
592 



S 593 

j 594 

167 



229 



J3S 
39 



1144 

792 

1222 

224 
942 

102 
381 

5 
6 

1222 

1373 
593 



1099 293 



1100 



( 293 



j 294 

854 229 
230 



1104 
1124 

877 
1803 
1894 

590 
38 

920 
1393 
1186 



1025 
999 



1276 
2357 



311 

224 

221 
502 

502 



40 1C8 

41 081 

-41 ; 681 



40 

40 

41 

38 

39 
41 
41 



160 40 



11 
250 
372 
300 



168 
169 

71 >3 
640 

166 

850 
850 

552 

9 

650 

280 
224 



268 41 1255 
263 40 1230 



340 
594 



41 ; 725 
38 1373 

I 



2178 [«g [41 906 



401 I 104 



2119 
2946 



Mar. 1 455 
Aug. 23 2120 
Sept. 20 1061 

Sept. 27 j 1883 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 22 



561 
749 



41 1122 



40 
38 



111 
561 



Feb. 15 
Apr. 26 
Dec. 6 



June 7 

May 31 

Oct, 4 

Apr. 5 

Apr. 19 
Oct. 25 
Dec. 6 
Apr. 26 

Apr. 26 



1651 
2102 

1219 

2035 
250 



23 

2461 



431 
510 



1443 



38 

40 

- 40 

40 

38 

^38 



(532 
£533 



321 

529 

67 



. 6,7 

639 

108 

C131 

\ 132 

373 

1909 492 

164 43 

2118 549 

2203 572 



38 
39 

41 



39 



39 

41 

>39 

39 
41 

41 
39 
39 



880 
1480 

988 

880 

1250 

1409 

1222 

1320 

067 

402 

1094 



1092 

968 

86 

90 

284 
399 
107- 
418 
434 



50 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention . 



Caldwell, Benjamin F., "Wheeling, W. Va. Shcot-mctal shingle 

Caldwell, Benjamin F., and W. F. Peterson, Wheeling, W. Va. Metallic roofing for rail- 



way-cars 



Caldwell, Benjamin F., and W. F. Peterson, Wheeling, W. Va. Metallic measuring-vessel. 

Caldwell, Benjamin P., and W. P. Peterson, Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for corrugating 
sheet metal 

Caldwell, Benjamin P., and "W. P. Peterson, "Wheeling, "W. Va. Cap-former for standing- 
seams of roofing - 

Caldwell, Benjamin P., and "W. P. Peterson, "Wheeling, "W. Va. Painting sheet-metal roof- 



CaldwL'll, Charles C. (See Jones and Mains, assignors.) 

Caldwell, Dexter J., Gunn, Va. Car-coupling 

Caldwell, Homer M., assignor to G. H. Harrington and "W. A. Kichardson, "Worcester, Mass. 

Revolving fire-arm 

Caldwell, John A., Bay Ridge, assignor to J. B. Cook, Troy, N. V. Steam-boiler 

Caldwell, John P., Gainsville, Ga. Plaiting-board 

Caldwell, John P., and J. C. Wolfe, Gainesville, Ga. Washing-machine 

Caldwell, Oliver, Chicago, PI. Manufacture of conveyer-flights 

Caldwell, Skillman H, and R. Quatermass, Moline, Kans. Safety-platform for cars 

Calef, Joseph W., assignor to G. AV. Kennedy, North Easton, Mass. Hoe 

Caler, Francis M., Pittsburg, Pa. Wood- working machine 

Calhoun, Wilson, Port Royal, Pa. Log-hoisting machine - 

Calif, Stephen E. , Wilson, Mo. Sulky-plow 

Calkins, Abram IT. (See Sharp and Calkins.) 

Calkins, Almon H., Evanston, 111. Latch-operating, device 

Calkins, Gary G. (See Gurney, Frank A., assignor.) 

Calkins, Nathan O., Elm Creek, Nebr. Wagon-box lock 

Calkins, Veranda A. (See Faatz and Calkins.) 

Call, Charles P., Boyne, Mich. Self-timing photographic-camera shutter - .. 

Call, Stephen W. (See Brown, Henry D., assignor.) 

Callahan, James W. , New Iberia, La. Advertising medium 

Callahan, James W., New Iberia, La. Stave-crozing machine 



Callahan, Robert, et al. (See Ennis, Henry J., assignor.) 

Callanan, James. (See Engle, Andrew, assignor.) 

Callard, John W., Toledo, Ohio. Water-filter 

Calineyn, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Brake-handle 

Calone, Ettore, and P. Danton ; said Canton assignor to M. E. Bourgeois, New York, N. Y. 
Broiling-range 

Calumet Fastener Company. (See Davenport, Benjamin R., assignor.) 

Calverley, Joseph, et al. (See Marion, Joseph, assignor.) 

Calvert, William H. (See Johnson, Abraham K., assignor.) 

Cambria Iron Company. (See Coffin, John, assignor.) 

Cambria Iron Company. (See Short, John N.. assignor.) 

Cambria Iron Company. (See Stammler, Fred W., assignor.) 

Camburn, Jacob C, St. Louis, Mo. School-furniture..'.-- 

Camel, Leon, Lyons, France. Thread-forming device for silk-spinning machines 

Cameron, Ezra G., assignor of one-half to D. M. Foote, Charlotte, Mich. Stove-pipe joint 
and thimble-lock '. 

Cameron Harrow and Wagon Company. ((See Judson and Cameron, assignors.) 

Cameron, James W., et al. (See Myers, Henry C, assignor.) 

Cameron, James W., assignor to D.J. Boehm, New York, N. Y. Machine for cutting cigar- 
wrappers 

Cameron, John, et al. (See Paramore, John E., assignor.) 

Cameron, John H. (See Frase and Cameron.) 

Cameron, Jordan, Penn Run, Pa. Car-coupling 

Cameron, Joseph. (See Judson and Cameron.) 

Cameron, Joseph, and C.H. Allen, East Saginaw, Mich. Saw-tooth 

Cameron, Joseph E., River Junction, Fla. Car-wheel replacer 

Cameron, William A. (See Wing, Daniel S., assignor.) 

Camp, Bushrod H., assignor of one-half to W. H. H. Davis, Boston, Mass. Surgical instru- 
ment. 



Camp, David D , Stoughton, Wis. Foot-power 

Camp, Julius F., Columbus, Ohio. Store-service apparatus 

Camp, Julius F., assignor of one-half to H. M. Clark, Columbus, Ohio, 
ratns . 



para 



Store-service ap- 



Camp, Walter C, New York, N. Y.. assignor to New Haven Clock Company, New Haven, 

Conn. Cover for clocks 

Campbell, Alexander, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hanging device for picture frames 

Campbell, Alva E. (See King, Phineas F., assignor.) 

Campbell, Alvin W., et al. (See Davis, William G., assignor.) 

Campbell, Andrew, assignor to Hat Machino Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Expanding holder 

or block for hat-pouncing machines 

Campbell, Andrew, assignor to Hat Machino Company, Brooklyn, N Y. Combined hat 

sweat and ventilator 

Campbell, Andrew, assignor to Hat Machine Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sweat-band for 

hats 

Campbell, Andrew, assignor to Hat Machine Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hat-sweat 

Campbell, Andrew, assignor to Hat Machine Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of 

hats . 



No. 



366,925 

370,680 
370,681 

370,682 

373,335 

374,112 

359,710 

370,926 
359,558 
355,503 
372,114 
368,569 
356,920 
362,876 
361,261 
306,201 
356,746 

365,236 



Date. 



July 19 

Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 

Sept. 27 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 29 

Mar. 22 

Oct. 4 
Mar. 15 
Jan. 4 
Oct. 25 
Aug. 23 
Feb. 1 
May 10 
Apr. 19 
July 12 
FeD. 1 

Juno 21 



364,801 June 14 



368,930 

365,907 
307,890 



360,850 
369,227 

360,372 



370,314 
361,129 

356,706 



355,918 



306,713 

365,363 
360,302 



358,539 
350,921 
373,208 

370,180 

303,932 
370,705 



305,575 

365,576 

365,577 
305,578 



Aug. 30 

July 5 
Aug. 9 



Apr. 12 

Aug. 30 

Mar. 29 



Sept. 20 
Apr. 12 

Jan. 25 



Jan. 11 



July 19 

June 28 
July 12 



Mar. 1 
Feb. 1 

Nov. 15 

Sept, 20 

May 17 
Oct. 4 



Juno 28 

June 28 

June 28 
Juno 28 



Speed- 



Campbell, Andrew, Brooklyn, assignor to J. and E.McLoughlin, New York, N. Y. 

regulator 

Campbell, Andrew T., Veedersburg, Ind. Wheel-cultivator! '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Campbell Burner Company. (See Todd, Cornelius B., assignor.) 

Campbell, Calvin A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Paper-file 

Campbell, Charles H., Watertown, N. Y. Delivery mechanism for cylinder printing-ma- 
chines 

Campbell, Charles W., J. J. Hill, and W. E.Dodd, Rose Mill, Va. Reel for displaying aiid> 
measuring dry goods '. c, 

Campbell, Christy M. A., Ottawa, Ontario, Cauada. Dress-shield "" 

Campbell, Collingwood, West Bay City, assignor of one-half to J. E. Thomas, Bay City, 
Mich. Sasv-s waging machine 

Campbell, David E., and N. M. Hotzler, Ellensburg, Wash. Ter. Nut-lock. '. .'. .... ........ 



308,188 ; Aug. 16 



361.128 
356,922 



Apr. 12 
Feb. 1 



371,547 Oct. 18 



3G1,2C2 

362,490 
374.040 

355,379 
365,165 ! 



Apr. 19 
May 10 
Nov. 29 

Jan. 4 
Juno 21 



Monthly 
volume. 



p. 

CO 



1004 

1003 
1994 

1995 

1595 
2739 
1896 

282 
1655 

270 
1992 
1781 

240 
1140 
1261 

614 
10 

1492 

863 

2300 

211 
806 



645 
2694 



2947 



1438 
1061 



2009 



886 



1332 



1685 
752 



189 

247 

1491 

1260 

1232 
19 



2017 

2019 

2021 
2022 

1232 

1057 
248 

1145 

1262 

593 

2633 

113 

1402 



;429 
'430 

530 
530 

531 

421 

735 

482 

69 
423 

71 
511 
474 

68 

308 

322 

167 

4 

392 

226 

611 

54 
217 

218 



170 
715 



749 



385 
268 



527 



232 



356 



439 

204 



44 

68 

394 

335 

328 
5 



526 

526 

527 
527 

329 

268 
68,09 

298 

322 
,167 

' 168 
'706 

31 
370 



Official 
Gazette. 



>40 

40 
40 

40 

41 

41 

38 

41 
38 
38 
41 
40 
38 
39 
39 
40 
38 

39 

39 

40 

40 
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39 
40 



38 



40 
39 



38 



38 



40 



39 

40 



38 937 

38 , 467 
41 ! 763 

40 1287 

39 716 

41 6 



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41 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



51 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



Campbell, Duncan, Fort Cauley, Auckland, New Zealand. Yard for ships. &c 

Campbell, Duncan H., assignor to Campbell Machine Company, Pawtucket, R. T. Wax-, 

thread sewing-machine - ! 

Campbell, Duncan II., assignor to Campbell Machine Company, Pawtucket, i:. T. Machine! 

for waxing thread and winding it into cops J 

Campbell, Duncan H., assignor to Campbell Machine Company, Pawtucket, It. I. Take-i 

up device for wax-thread sewing-machines - ! 

Campbell, Duncan H., assignor to Campbell Machine Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Sewing-i 

machine shuttle - - - ! 

Campbell Electric Company. (See Campbell, Henry P., assignor. ) 

Campbell, Elizabeth A. P., New York, N. Y. Fastening for doors - - 

Campbell, Gardiner and (J. G., Milwaukee. Wis. Water-valve .-. 

Campbell, George, assignor of one-half to L. Frankel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Pulley. 
Campbell, George G. (See Campbell, Gardiner and G. G.) 



Campbell, George G., Milwaukee, Wis. Catch-basin covi 

Campbell, George P., assignor of one-half to J. O. Sloan, Cincinnati, Ohio. Car-brake 

Campbell, Henry F., Concord, N. H., assignorto Campbell Electric Company, of New Hamp- 
shire. Electrical conductor 



No. 



361,049 
374,934 

374,935 

374,930 
374,937 

366,377 
362,059 
362,569 



Campbell, Hugh, Elland, county of York, England. Gas-engine 

, J". Addison, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for cutting double pile fabrics 



,T. Addison^ Philadelphia, Pa. Loom for weaving looped or terry fabrics 

James, Harrison, Ohio. Seed-planter 

James D., Belle Centre, Ohio. Fence-post 

James L., West Elizabeth, Pa. Thermostat - 

James L., AVest Elizabeth, Pa. Thermostat - 



Campbell, 
Campbell, 
Campbell, 
Campbell, 
Campbell, 
Campbell, 

Campbell, James L., West Elizabeth, Ta. Incubator 

Campbell, James T., Sugar Grove, Pa. Clothes-washer - 

Campbell, Joseph F., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for sharpening scissors - 

Campbell, Loudon, Alexandria, Va. Float for water-gage glass tubes 

Campbell Machine Company. (See Campbell, Duncan H., assignor.) 

Campbell, Marvin, South Bend, Ind. Hammock-stretcher 

Campbell, Matthew C, Philadelphia, Pa. Tramway and car 

Campbell, Neil, assignor to Brooklyn Railway Supply Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
sweeper. 



374.393 
361,576 



Snow- 



Campbell, Peter, Carrolltown, Fa. Car-coupling 

Campbill, Peter C, Brooklyn. N. Y. Air-ship 

Campbell, Robert B., and F. E. House, Marion, Iowa. Freight-car 
Campbell, Sanford K. (See Aab and Campbell.) 

Campbell, William, New York, N. Y. Wall-paper 

Campbell, William, assignor to AY F. Putnam, Cleveland, Ohio 
' , &c 



Tilting valvo for divid- 



Campbell, William, assignor to G. R. Wight and F. P. Bassett, New York, N. Y. Refrig- 
erator - - - 

Campfield, Matthew E., Allegheny, assignor to A. F. A. Brown, Pittsburg, Pa. Wrench 

Campiche, Louis, assignor to Merinod Freres, Ste. Croix, Switzerland. Music-box 

Canaday, Nathan F. (See Gough, Speakman, and Canaday.) 

Canan, James, Port Colborne, Ontario. Canada. Bottle 

Canda, Ferdinand E., Now York, N. Y. Watering apparatus for cattle-cars 

Canda, Ferdinand E., New York, N. Y. Car-truck 



Candeo, Charles E., New York, N. Y. Cuff-bolder. 

Candee, Charles E., New York, assignor to himself and A. G. Story, Little Falls, N. Y 

Wheel and axle - - - - 

Candee, Charles E., New York, assignor to himself and A. G. Story, Little Falls, N. Y. 

Mold for axle-boxes - 

Candee, Charles E., New York, assignor to himself and A. G. Story, Little Falls, N. Y. 



369,394 

367,184 

358,014 
373,175 
369,585 
368,067 
357,403 
358,728 

372,115 

358.646 
369,771 
362,719 

374.770 
373,439 

375,338 
373,336 
362,605 
365,461 

358,647 




Official 

Gazette. 



July 12 

May 3 

May 10 

Dec. 6 

Apr. 19 



July 20 

Feb. 22 
Nov. 15 
Sept. 6 
Aug. 9 
Feb. 8 
Mar. 1 

Oct. 25 

Mar. 1 
Sept. 13 
May 10 

Dec. 13 

Nov. 22 

Dec. 27 
Nov. 15 
Mav 10 
June 28 

Mar'. 1 



359,918 Mar. 22 



Car-axle 



Candee, Charles E , New York, assignor to himself and A. G. Story, Little Falls, N. Y. 

Car-axle box 

Candee & Co., L. (See AVatkinson, George, assignor.) 

Candee, AVilliam N., Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for preserving eggs 



Bustle.. 
Bustle.. 
Bustle. - 
Bustle.. 
Bustle - . 

Bustlo . . 

Bustle . . 



Fire- 



Canfield, Charles G., Cleveland, Ohio. Yebicle- wheel 

Canfield, Henry 0., assignor to Canfield Kubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Cauficld, Henry O., assignor to Cantield Rubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Canfield, Henry O., assignor to Cantield Rubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Cantield, Henry O., assignor to Canfield Rubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Canfield, Henry O., assignorto Canfield Rubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Canfield, Henry O., assignor to Canfield Rubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Canfield, Henry O., assignor to Canfield Rubber Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Canfield Rubber Company. (See Canfield, Henry O, assignor.) 

Canfield Rubbtr Company. (See Seymour, Henry A., assignor.) 

Canfield Rubber Company. (See Taylor, Thomas P., assignor.) 

Canfield Rubber Company. (See White, Thomas, assignor.) 

Canfield, Stephen P., assignor of one-half to A. B. Stevens, Richmondrille, N. Y, 
oxtinguisher for car-heaters - 

Canning, James, Montpelier, Yt. Belt-shifter 

Canning, AVilliam P., assignor to Lowell Machine Shop, Lowell, Mass. Apparatus for siz- 
ing yarn - - - 

Caunom, Charlotte C, London, Ontario, Canada. Dish-drainer - 

Cannon, Clinton D., Battle Creek, Mich. Butter or lard cutter 

Cannon, Edward A., assignor of one-half to C. B. Hanna, Minneapolis, Minn. Label-holder 

Cannon, Fred C, New Haven, Conn. Elevator-stop 

Cannon, George W., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dumb-waiter 

Caanon, Hugh C, and J. P. Canty, McArthur, Ohio. Railway-switch 

Cannon, IlughC., and A. E. McGratb, McArthur, Ohio. Adjustable bulletin-board 

Cannon, AVilson B.. Akron. Ohio. Self-closing gate for cashiers' windows 

Cant, James, Orr Bridge, Thornton, county of Fife, Scotland. Regulator for flues — 

Cantrell, William B., assignor of two-thirds to E. Y. Jeffery and S. W. Rice, Portland, Oreg. 
Latch 



362.200 
371.302 
374,394 

364,477 
363,115 

3G9.098 

369,100 

366,454 

366,455 

366,618 

366,760 

360,202 

363,587 
359.240 
359,71 1 
3G5.045 
370,181 
370,927 

372,110 

373,050 



305,237 
367,891 



May 3 
Oct. 11 
Dec. 6 

June 7 
May 17 

Aug. 30 

Aug. 30 

July 12 

July 12 

July 12 

July 111 

Mar. 29 

May 24 
Mar. 15 
Mar. 22 
June 21 
Sept. 20 
Oct. 4 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 15 



Juno 21 
Aug. 9 



360.G54 

363,015 
366.567 
371,395 
374,396 
361,203 
301.130 
304.895 
368,752 
355,919 



Apr. 

May 

July 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Juno 14 

Aug. 23 

Jan. 11 



355,680 Jan. 11 



1842 

1357 

372 

1002 

1037 

456 



336 
625 

920 

865 
1757 

1078 

1590 

761 

1839 

338 

2228 

193 

803 
315 

381 
1492 

2539 

2611 

943 

945 
1193 
1394 

2702 

2151 
1178 

1^97 

1220 

1202 

284 

1999 

1164 



1194 
810 

372 
1390 
1116 

316 

317 
1264 
1063 
1002 
2043 

887 

527 



227 
466 

441 
421 
210 

478 

81 

501 

57 
205 

84 

104 

395 

C073 

J 674 

093 

257 

258 

319 

373 

(682 

1683 

558 

307 

482 

322 

335 

69 

f 512 

I 513 

312 



393 
218 

94. 45 
309 
299 
84 
84 
323 
209 
262 
541 
232 



39 

I" 

}« 

i 

40 I 169 

39 475 

39 612 



179 

1280 

1281 

1281 
1282 



41 
39 

40 

j 40 

38 
41 
40 
40 
38 
33 

}41 

38 
40 
39 

41 
41 

41 
41 
39 
39 

38 

38 

39 
41 
41 

39 
39 

1 40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

I 38 

39 
38 
38 
39 
40 
41 

I- 

41 



39 

40 

39 
39 
40 
41 
41 
39 
39 
39 
I 40 
38 



1106 
330 

1055 

394 

788 
738 
1105 
661 
623 
988 

414 

966 

1161 

654 

1225 
824 

1397 
783 
621 

1460 

966 

1343 

511 

165 

1106 

1160 
766 

969 

983 

188 

188 

235 



1436 

904 
1135 

1284 
1333 

1287 
56 

414 

703 



1383 
614 

71 

748 

222 

1100 

1107 

252 

202 

1282 

865 

180 



139 ; 38 ! 11 



52 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



JTame, residence, and invention. 



Cantrell, William IS., assignor of two-thirds to E. Y. Jeffery and S. W. Rice, Portland, Oro.g. 
Latch . 



Canty, Joseph F. (See Cannon and Canty.) 

Capeling, Albert A., Oneida, N. T. Vehicle-spring 

Capers, John S., New Orleans, La. Automatic electrical-signal-coupler 

Capers, John S., New Orleans, La. Fare-box 

Capewell, George J., Cheshire, Conn. Nail-extractor 

Capewell, George J., Cheshire, Conn. Clothes-drier _ 

Capital Wagon Company. (See Tyler, Morris S., assignor.) 
Card, George P., assignor to G. F. Card Manufacturing Company, Covington, Ky. 
motor . 



Electric 



Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to H. K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
magnetic brake. 



Electi'o- 



Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to U.K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio. Circuit sys- 
tem for electric brakes 

Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to H. K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio. Car-brake 

Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to H. K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio. Gove™.,] 
for electro-magnetic brake-circuits 

Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to H. K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio. Railway-? 
car brake ' ^ 

Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to II. K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio. Circuit / 
system for electric brakes ; ^ 

Card, George F., Covington, Ky., assignor to H. K. Lindsey, Cincinnati, Ohio! Coupling 
for electric brakes _ _ " 

Card Manufacturing Company, George F. (See Card, George F., assignor.) 

Card, Milton E. (See Cruttenden and Card.) 

Card, William L., La Crosse, Wis., assignor to TierraSeca Mining Company, St. Louis, Ai.,. 
Separator 



No. 



371,420 



365,579 
357,165 



:S58,5<!0 
360,275 



304,086 

357,576 

I 357,760 
357,976 

369,917 
369,918 

372,598 



lis,? 
■I 



'72.599 



359,498 
372,741 



372,742 
365,238 



Card, AVilliam I,., La Crosse, Wis., assignor to Tierra Seca Mining Company, East St, Loi 
111. Concentrator 

Card, William L. , La Crosse,. Wis., assignor to Tierra Seca Mining Company, East St. Louis 
111. Crushing or pulverizing mill 

Cardell, AVilliam S., Fred, Chickasaw Nation, Ind. Ter. Stirrup 

Carden, Patrick L., Dixon, Cal. Music-leaf turner 3561983 

Carey, Augustus C, Boston, Mass. Apparatus foruse in copying telegraph-messages and 
the like 

Carey, JobnB., Brooklyn, N. Y. Itailway-gate '.'. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ........ ....'_'_ 

Carey, John B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Railway-gate 

Carey, Orrin M., Hegewisch, 111,, assignor to United States Rolling Stock Company, 
bar jig . 



Arch- 



Carey, Philip, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for constructing two-ply or three-ply roofin"- 
Carhart, Lyman B. (See Weber, Fred. A., assignor.) 
Carl, Kins. (See Meador and Carl.) 

Carlile, Jaolin H., Greeley, Kans. Boiler washing-machine 

Carlinet, John G., Philadelphia, Pa, Sculpturing apparatus 

Carlisle, L. T. (See Brooks, George H., assignor.) 
Carll, Addison B. (See Johnston and Carll.) 

Carlson, August F., Chicago, 111. Portable grain-conveyer 

Carlson, Conrad, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hod 

Carlson, Gotfrid, Chicago, 111. Adjustable hood for cooking-stoves 

Carlton, William C, Baker County, Oreg. Pencil 

Carlton, Winficld S., Big Run, Pa. Door-sill 



370,083 
373,642 

I 373,043 

362,201 
302,202 



Carman, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Brick-machine 

Carmer, Grant D., Odebolt, Iowa, Combined seeder and harrow 

Carmichael, Thomas, What Cheer, Iowa. Mine-door-operating mechanism 
Carmody, John, assignor of one-half to W. McGuinness, Spring6eld, Ohio. Swin 
Carmont, AVilliam H., Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Wheel-tiro 
Carnachan, James S. G., Louisville, Ky., assignor of one-half to A. B. Dittenhoefer, Mans? 

held, Ohio. Thermometric-valve controller 

Carnahan, Francis M., Adrian, Mich. Stump-sawing machine 

Carnegie, Phipps & Co. (See Shallenberger, Frank L., assignor.) 
Carnegio. Phipps <fc Co. (See Simpson, James H., assignor.) 
Carnell, Franklin L., ct al. (See Bacon, Alfred, assignor.) 

Carnovsky, Waiter S., Kingston. Ontario, Canada. Weather-strip 

Carnrick, John, New York, N. Y. Preparing powdered milk 

Carnrick, John, New York, N. Y. Soluble food for infants and invalids . . . 

Carolan, Patrick, Cleveland, Ohio. Life-saving apparatus 

Carotbers, 1). D., et al. (See Brown, Henry, assignor.) 

Carpenter, Amos H., Stockton, Cal. Feathering'blades of paddle and other wheels 

Carpenter, Benjamin F., Roselle, N. J. Underground railway and pipe-subway . 

Carpenter, Charles C, New York, N. Y. Bu3tlo .'. 

Carpenter, Charles J., et al. (See Carpenter, Elial F., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Daniel A., Now York, N. Y. Safety-pin 

Carpenter, Daniel A., New York, N. Y. Glove-fastener 

Carpenter, Daniel A., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. Jenkins, Montclair, N. J. Safety 

pm 



367,700 
361.131 



363,282 
375,120 
309,161 
•357,003 
364,896 

374,938 

309.395 
358,381 
372.117 
301,989 

369,162 

303,5S8 



Date. 



Oct. 11 



Juno 28 

Feb. 1 
Mar. 15 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 29 



May 31 

Feb. 15 

Feb. 15 
Feb. 15 

Sept. 13 
Sept, 13 

Nov. 1 
Nov. 1 



Mar. 15 
Nov. 8 

Nov. 8 
June 21 
Feb. 1 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



970 j 251 

~"~ ' ! ? 528 
627 i 161 

1317 I 342 
190 j 44 

2813 i 715 



2866 

1219 

1501 
1787 

851 

852 

460 
463 



1554 
674 

677 
1496 
336 



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Nov. 22 I 2072 

Nov. 22 | 2073 



May 3 
May 3 



Aug. 2 
Apr. 12 



May 17 
Dec. 20 
Aug. 30 
Feb. 1 
Juno 14 

Dec. 20 

Sept, 6 
Feb. 22 
Oct. 25 
Juno 11 

Aug. 30 

May 24 



194 
194 



517 
1064 



17i0 
1390 
2012 
451 
1003 

1125 

118 
2301 
2001 
1137 

2613 

2153 



371.421 
357,465 j 
375, 60 1 
375,047 



371,819 

360.655 ,' 
330,378 



363.208 ' 
370,753 '. 



Oct, 11 I 971 

Feb. 8 : 1039 

Dee. 27 I 2039 

Deo. 20 I 1279 

i 

Oct, 18 '' 1541 

Apr. 5 I 374 

July 12 j 858 

May 17 1015 

Sept. 27 i 2105 



Carpenter Daniel A., New York, N. Y, assignor to Bail and Socket" Fastener Company, 

Boston, Mass. Glove-fastener . 

Carpenter, Edmund H., Syracuse, N. Y. Spring- vehicle 

Carpenter, Edwin S., Corinth, Vt. Breeching for harness 

Carpenter, Elial F., assignor of two-thirds to'F. T. Powell and C. J. Carpenter, Jamestown' 

JN. Y. Gas-turnaco for heating blanks 

Carpenter, George A . , Providence. It. I. Coupling for electric conducting-wires ......... 

Carpenter, George O., et al. (See Tirrell, Jacob P., assignor.) 

Carpenter, George W. (See Cilley, Ithiel J., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Herbert M., and J. Watson, Minneapolis, Minn. Submerged bracing for pile 

bridges 



3C0.270 :. Mar. 29 j 2814 



373,797 
356,617 i 

362.248 



350,923 
355,380 



Nov. 22 : 2289 

Jan. 25 1895 

May 3 i 257 

Feb. 1 j 250 

Jan. 4 116 



Carpenter, J. Fairfield, Berlin, Germany. 

Carpenter, J. Fairfield, Berlin, Germany. 
Carpenter, J. Fairfield, Berlin, Germany. 



Automatic electric air-brake. 

Pump-valve gear 

Pump-valve gear 



362,144 

359,593 j 

368,648 | 
308,649 



May 3 

Mar. 22 

Aug. 23 
Aug. 23 



126 

1736 

1883 
1884 



743 
321 

392 

470 

225 
(225 
) 220 
f 123 
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202 



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1331 

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1283 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



53 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



J. Fairfield, ]Borlin, Germany. Stopcock for electro-pneumatic brake systems 
J. Fairfield, Berlin, Germany. Coupling for electro-pneumatic-brake systems. 
J, W. (SeoMaxon, Thomas, assignor.) 
Lewis E., et al. (See Barber, Orson 11., assignor.) 

Oliver, Oakland, Cal. Rubber-dam clamp 

Steven L., Moscow, Teim. Gin-brake 

Varnum F. (See Hohll'clder and Carpenter.) 

W. H., et al. (See Epping, Henry, assignor.) 

William B., Newark, X. J., assignor to Celluloid Novelty Company, New York, 

isbing-line reel 



Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
N. Y. I 
Carpenter, "William H., Cadillac, Mich. Camera-tripod . 




Date. 



368,050 Aug. 23 
370,605 Sept. 27 



Monthly 

volume. 



Sand- 






Carpentier, Jules, Paris, France. Mechanical key-board player 

Carpentier, Jules. Paris, France. Music-recording attachment for key -board instruments. 
Carr, Charles, Boston, Mass. Feed-bag support 

Carr, Charles, Boston, Mass. Switch for suspension or cable roads 

Carr, Charles, Boston, Mass. Track for suspension or cable roads 

Carr, Charles, Boston, Mass. Cable-track road and tightener for same 

Carr, Charles H., Portsmouth, N. H. Seam-rubber for boots and shoes 

Carr, Edward E., Chalmers, Ind. Electric burglar-alarm 

Carr, George AY., New Brighton, N. Y. Plow 

Carr, Howard, San Francisco, Cal., assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms Company, 

New Haven, Conn. Magazine-gun 

Carr, John A. (Seo Banner, Charles, assignor.) 
Carr, John F. (Seo Williams and Can.) 
Carr, John L. (See Swin and Carr.) 

Carr, John P., Sr., Brookston, Ind. Thrashing-machine 

Carr, Joseph E., assignor of one-half to J. Y. Martindale, Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Door-check - 

Carr, Joseph J., Wilkes-Banv, Pa, Molding-car- wheels 

Carr, Joseph J., "Wilkes-Banc, Pa, Pattern for molding 

Carr, Joseph J.. Wilkes-Banc, assignor of one-half to D.F. Sweeney, Hazleton, Pa, 
sifting machine - — 

Carr, Lorin, < ( al. (See Fisher, Joseph L.. assignor.) 

Can-, Millard F., Whitestown, Ind. Sack-tie 

Carr, Omar C, Grand Rapids, Ohio. Ditching and tile-laying machine. 

f Jarr, Robert L., and M. C. Yarwood, assignors of one-third to A. E. Boswortb, Fall River, 
Mass. Steam-boiler 

Carr, Rufus B., assignor to E. Howard AYateh and Clock Company, Boston, Mass. Chimes- 
releasing mechanism - 

Carre, Theodore C. A., Nantes, France. Apparatus for the manufacture of sugar in 
blocks - - - 

Carrick, AVilliam, Jr., Carlisle, county of Cumberland, assignor to G. Atherton, Stockport, 
England. Apparatus for forming bats for felt hats 

Carrick, "William C, Philadelphia, Pa. Motor for tram-cars 

Carrington, Elizabeth M- (See Coup. John, assignor.) 
Carrington, J. M. (See'Wootton. William S., assignor.) 

Carrington, John T., and A. J. Sleeper, Clay Centre, Kans. Music-leaf turner 

Carrington, Ransom M., et al. (See Coup, John, assignor.) 

Carroll, Craft C, Meadville, Pa. Alloy 

Carroll, John E., Philadelphia, Pa. Roof-valley 

Carroll, John H., Dubuque, Iowa. Wall-supporter 

Carroll, Martin, Brighton Park, 111. Portable brick-drier 

Carroll, Robert. (See Maguiie, John, assignor.) 

Carroll, Theron S., Wiusted, Conn, flat-stretcher 

Carroll, Thomas B., Indianapolis, Ind. Apparatus for regulating pressure 

Carroll, Thomas F. (See Cilley and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Thomas F., Laeonia, and S. J. Cilley, Gonic. N. H. Check-rein holder 

Carroll, Thomas H., assignor of two-thirds to J. D. Ulmer, Philadelphia, Pa., and I. C. Be-i 
atty, Camden, N. J. Knitted fabric and making the same ; 

Carroll, William. (Seo Mehren and Carroll.) 

Carroll, William H. (Seo Stoner, Hatcher, and Carroll.) 

Carroll, William T., "Worcester, Mass. Shaft-hanger 

Carroll, William T., Worcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Bolster 
for spinning-spindles 

Carroll, AVilliam T.. Worcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Support 
for spinning-spindles 

Carroll, Willtain T., AYorcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Support 
for spinning-spindles - 

Carroll, William T., Worcester, assignor to G. Draper <& Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Support 
for spinning-spindles 

Carroll, AVilliam T., Worcester, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Support 
for spinning-spindles - - 

Carsley, Hiram, Lynn, Mass. Machinery for dressing orjilaning ice 

Carson, Cyrus N., and W. Witherell, Knoxvillo, 111. Combined clothes-suspending clamp 
and tag-holder 

Carson, George W. ' (See Doyle and Carson.) 

Carson, John, Boonton, N. J. Combined square, miter, bevel, and level 

Carson, John, Hamilton, Dak. Ter. Seeder - 

, Carson, John B., et al. (Seo Bartlett, Henry F., assignor.) 

Carson, Lucius A., TJnionfown, Pa. Button-bole cutter 

Carson, Manly T., and J. D. Gurganus, Whistler, Ala. Car-brake 

Carson, Robert J., Omaha, Nebr., assignor to Union Hydraulic Drain Tile Company. Drain- 
tile machine 

Carson, Robert J., assignor to Union Hydraulic Drain Tile Company, Omaha, Nebr. Tile- 
machine 

Carson, Thomas J., R. H. AVilliams, and I). C. Turner, Greenfield, Mo. said Williams and 
Turner assignors to said Carson. Remedy for rheumatism, ic 



371,609 
362,491 



308,277 
370,240 

371,422 

373,044 
355,504 

374,804 

374,805 
374,866 
374.055 
357,815 
373,051 



Oct. 18 
May 10 



Aug. 10 

Sept, 20 



1885 
1885 



1315 
594 



1377 
1334 



Oct. 11 j 972 

Nov. 22 j 2074 
Jan. 4 I 271 



Dec. 13 

Doc. 13 

Dec. 13 

Dec. 13 

Feb. 15 

Nov. 15 



308.130 Aug. 9 



372,118 

359,202 
360,080 
371,820 

368,872 



307,785 
375,002 

373,798 

300,203 

301,390 

300,810 
356,570 



373,269 



373,221 
373,129 
370,315 
308,454 

308,068 
370,760 

300,278 
365,728 



373,337 
357,977 
360,277 
304,897 
308,009 



Oct. 25 

Mar. 8 
Mar. 29 
Oct. 18 

Aug. S3 

Aug. 9 
Dec. 27 

Nov. 22 

Mar. 29 

Apr. 19 

July 19 
Jan. 



Nov. 15 

Nov. 15 
Nov. 15 
Sept. 20 
Aug. 16 

Aug. 9 
Oct. 4 

Mar. 29 
June 28 



Nov. 15 
Feb. 15 
Mar 29 
June 14 
Aug. 9 



993 

995 

990 

095 

1570 

1105 

1141 



2002 
1115 



in 

P 

503 
500 



341 

108 



363 

C350 

> 357 

(252 

< 253 

I (254 

i 554 

72 

f 259 

I 200 

! 200 

! 260 

183 

409 

312 

302 



513 



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Gazette. 



290 
039 
! (640 
1543 ! 399 



2513 



2204 I 586 



006 
2040 

2290 

2704 

1444 

1465 

1825 



1494 

1433 

1278 
1439 
1623 

1002 
20 

2815 
2242 



179 
529 

613 

083 

373 

391 
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194 
395 



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1796 ! 

2815 j 

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284 
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I 584 



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203 

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40 1410 



41 

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593 



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1 40 1301 



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41 < 1249 
41 j 1249 
41 I 1191 



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41 

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1402 

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41 1465 
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370 



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41 
40 

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725 
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777 

601 




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41 . 783 

38 774 

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40 



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372,838 
370,928 


Nov. 
Oct. 


8 
4 


845 
285 


225 
70 


41 
41 


635 
57 


357,404 


Feb. 


8 


1038 


275 


38 


024 


303 988 


May 
Nov. 


31 

8 


2742 

078 


711 
186 


39 
41 


1020 


372,743 


607 


302,817 
355,505 


May- 
Jan. 


10 
4 


1005 
272 


289 

72 


39 
38 


678 
55 


301,132 


Apr. 


12 


1007 


270 


39 


203 


372,000 


Nov. 


1 


465 


125 


41 


557 


367,337 


July 


26 


2190 




40 


438 



54 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM' THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Carson, W. F. (See Rowley, James F. and W. J., assignors.) 
Carson, "VV. J., et al. (See Emley, James E., assignor.) 

Carter, Alfred W., Cartersburg, Ind. Sawing-machine ! 

Carter, Charles A. (See Stephens and Carter.) 

Carter, Charles C, San Francisco, Cal. Smoke-consuming furnace - 

Carter, Claude, Levenshulrne, near Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Packing- 



Carter, Edward G-. (See Jewett, Marcellus, assignor.) 

Carter, Franklin M.. Hull Prairie. Ohio. Thrashing-machine 

Carter, Franklin S., Burlington, N. J., assignor to Partrick & Carter, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Combined electric receiving and transmitting device 

Carter, Gilbert J., Clinton, Mass. Ping for spinning-frames 

Carter, Henry, Springfield, Ontario, Canada. Ditching and eycavating machine 

Carter, James H., Philadelphia, Pa. Necktie-fastening - 

Carter, John F., Beverly, Mass. Water-proof garment - - - 

Carter, John M. (See Evans, Frank W., assignor.) 
Carter, John K. (See Kidder and Carter.) 

Carter, John S., Syracuse, and I. C. Wightman, Norwich, N. Y. Butter- worker. 

Carter, John "VV., et al. (See Tirrell, Jacob P.. assignor.) 

Carter, Eobert A., assignor of one-half to Phillips, Nimick & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Pile for 

the manufacture of iron sheets - 

Carter, Rufus P. (See Palmer and Carter.) 

Carter, Bnfns P., Basil, Ohio. Clothes-line support ,- -- 



Carter, Sidney T., and B. H. McCoy, Swittzcr, Ky. Corn-planter 

Carter, Theodore A., Ped Oak, Iowa. Hay -loader 

Carter, Willard M., Boston, Mass. Elevator-hatchway 

Carter, William D., Brooklyn, assignor to Valentine & Company, New York, N. Y. Paint- 
can pTess - - - 

Carter, William S., and F. C. Churchill, Lebanon, N. H. Buckle-slide 

Cartner, William W. (See Ferguson and Cartner.) 

Cartwright. Oscar E., Detroit, Mich. Lewis-iron 

Carty, John J., Cambridge, assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. 
Telephony - 

Caruso, Henry D., East Orange, N. J., assignor to American Lead Pencil Company, of New 
York. Pencil or crayon holder 

Carver, Matha, et al. (See Jordan, Sidney L., assignor.) 

Carvin, Edward 0. , Corvallis, Oreg. Pipe-wrench 

Cary, AleciaC, Apopka, Fla. Cover for cooking- vessels 

Gary, Charles H., Bristol. R. I. Rotary pump - 

Cary, Spencer C. , Baldwin, N. Y. Box-strap 

Casada, Charles D., and R. A. Henderson, assignors of one-third to G. N. Henson, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. Wooden pulley - 

Casaday, William L., South Bend, Ind. Plow 

Casaraajor, Paul, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cloth-holder for filter-presses 

Case, Adelbert B., Springfield, Mass. Ratchet-and-pawl device 

Case, Adelbert B., Springfield, Mass. Ratchet-and-pawl device - 

Case Engine Company, J. T. (See Case, Joel T., assignor.) 

Case, Estella, New York, N. Y. Bust-form 

Case, Estella, New York, N. Y. Combined shoulder-brace and back-support 

Case, Evington W., Fenton, Mich. Balanced oar-handle.. 

Case, Francis M., Denver, Colo. Glove-stretcher 

Case, Francis M.. assignor of one-half to J. 0. Bosworth, Denver, Colo. Sash-fastener 

Case, Frank E., Canton, Ohio. Surgical chair 

Case, Henry J., assignor of one-half to D. M. Osborne & Company, Auburn, N. Y. Grain- 
adjusting device for grain-binding machines . 

Case, Henry J., and C. Young, assignors of one-half to D. M. Osborne & Company, Auburn. 
N. Y. Truck attachment for harvesters 

Case, Joel T., Bristol, assignor to J. T. Case Engine Company, New Britain, Conn. Steam- 
engine and shaft-hanger - 

Case, Joel T., Bristol, assignor to J. T. Case Engine Company, New Britain, Conn. Steam 
or water motor 

Case, John, and J. A. Whitaker, McDonalds, Pa. Device for automatically opening and 
shutting doors in coal-mines 

Case, John M.. assignor to Case Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Bolt 

Case, Joseph S., New York, N. Y. Heating railway-trains 

Case Manufacturing Company. (See Case, John M., assignor.) 

Case, Orlando, ct al. (See Snowberger, Jacob, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Case, Samuel C., Flemington, N. J. Handle for peach-baskets - 

Case, Schuyler S., Philadelphia, Pa. Folding table 



Case, Sharon, Montezuma, Ind. Automatic grain-scales 

Case, Willard E., Auburn, N. Y. Converting chemical energy into electrical energy 

Case, Willard E., Auburn, N. Y. Galvanic cell - 

Case, Willard E., Auburn, N. Y. Apparatus for converting heat energy into electrical 



energy. 



Casey, Jeremiah, New York, N. Y. Box-printing machine 

Casey, Jeremiah, New York, N. Y. Combined belt-shifter and brake 

Casey, Thomas H. (See Farrell and Casey.) 

Casey, William. (See Davis and Casey.) 

Cash, Arthur W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Typngraph Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Type-writing machine _ 

Cash, Arthur \\'., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Typograph Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Type-writing machine - 

Cash, Robert W, Hannibal, Mo. Vegetable-cutter 

Cashin, Charles M, Boston, Mass. Door-check 

Cashin. Thomas D., Montrose, Pa. Seesaw _ _ _ 

Cashman, James T., Hanover, Mass. Dumping-scow 

Casler, Benjamin G., Randolph, N. Y. Coffin or casket stool .' 

Cason, John D., et al. (See Seaton, Benjamin C, assignor.) 

Caspari, Charles F. B., assignor of one-half to S. L. Theller, San Francisco, Cal. Drier.. . 



No. 



307,958 

361,133 

308,189 

358,834 

368.809 
355,506 
365.580 
364,087 
360,851 



350,924 Feb 



Date. 



366,152 

371,423 

368,455 

359.843 
363,506 

366,619 
362,203 

361,927 

363,449 

362,933 

367,786 
358,333 
374.731 
358,255 

369,586 

369,981 

355,437 
373,811 
373,812 

370,375 
372,601 
359,130 
365,432 
360,417 
360,279 

359,426 

358,835 

373,880 

373,!i22 

363,985 
370,726 
366,761 



359,241 
356,618 

370,316 

368,190 
368,191 

374,173 
363,986 

369,228 



Aug. 9 

Apr. 12 

Aug. 16 

Mar. 8 

Aug. 23 
Jan. 4 
June 28 
May 31 
Apr. 12 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



July 5 

Oct. 11 

Aug. 16 

Mar. 22 
May 24 

July 12 
May 3 

Apr. 26 

May 24 

May 17 

Aug. 9 
Feb. 22 
Dec. 13 
Feb. 22 

Sept. 6 
Sept. 13 

Jan. 4 

Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 

Sept. 27 
Nov. 1 
Mar. 8' 
June 28 
Apr. 5 
Mar. 29 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 8 

Nov. 29 

Nov. 29 

May 31 
Sept. 27 
July 19 

Mar. 15 
Jan. 25 

Sept. 20 

Aug. 16 
Aug. 16 

Dec. 6 
May 31 

Aug. 30 



372,516 Nov. 

372,602 | Nov. 

362,570 May 
372,655 
357,577 
371,922 

358,836 



Nov. 
Feb. 
Oct, 

Mar. 






374,520 j Dec. 



910 
1068 
1233 

013 

2121 

274 
2026 
2866 

646 

251 

544 

977 

1624 

2119 
2036 

1194 
196 

2204 

1942 

1233 

666 

2292 

802 

2186 

374 

957 

185 
2314 
2315 

1537 
407 
1024 
1797 
22 
2816 

1448 

614 

2409 

2467 

2737 
2071 
1395 



1179 
1896 

1440 

1234 
1235 

18 
2738 

2695 



334 

468 

703 

554 

1222 

1702 

615 
500 



246 
270 
330 
152 

561 

72 
528 
743 
171 



£ 



40 

39 

40 

38 

40 
38 
39 
39 
39 



09 ; 38 



147 



40 



255 41 



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(434 } 
( 435 I 



533 

530 



319 

58 



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39 



632 

203 

701 

1022 

680 
55 

1497 

1045 

127 

468 

103 

198 

777 

1322 

881 



40 j 236 
39 512 



572 39 i 434 

! 

509 39 801 



328 

180 
605 
211 
576 

104 

(252 

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49 

620 

620 

411 
125 

265 

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7 

716 

370 

152 

647 

602 

709 
549 
373 



307 
498 
,'385 
i 386 
330 
330 

4 
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;715 

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92,93 

(125 

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196 

151 

321 

441 

(152 

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(130 

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40 
38 
41 
38 

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| 40 

38 
41 
41 

40 
41 
38 
39 
39 
38 

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716 

585 

872 

1212 

851 

1106 

1223 

37 
940 
940 

1347 

558 

1100 

1451 

6 

1458 

1184 



38 1023 
41 | 957 
41 968 



39 
40 
40 



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1445 

280 



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38 i 384 

! 40 1321 



40 
40 



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701 



41 | 1050 
39 i 1019 



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1002 


41 


534 


41 


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39 
41 
38 
41 



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584 
668 
362 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



55 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Casper, Frank L., nowe's Cave. N. T. Table-leaf support 

Cassagnes, Gilbert A., Paris, France. System of synchronism for telegraphy 

Cassagnes, Gilbert A., Paris, Fiance. System of synchronism for telegraphy 

Cassel Gold Extracting Company. (See Cassel, Henry E., assignor.) 

Cassel Gold Extracting Company. (Sec Liepmann, Henry, assignor.) 

Cassel, Henry R., New York, N. Y.. assignorto Cassel Gold Extracting Company, (limited,) 
Glasgow, Scotland. Apparatus for separating metals from ores or alloys 

Cassel, Henry R., New York, N Y., assignorto Cassel Gold Extracting Company, (limited,) 
Glasgow, Scotland. Apparatus for separating metals from ores or alloys 

Cassella & Co., Leopold. (See Weinberg and Siebert, assignors.) 

Cassidy, John T., Newark, N. J. Button-machine - 

Cassidy, John T., Newark. N. J., and .T. J. Rupp, New York, N. Y. Umbrella-frame 

Cassitv, Oliver, "White Lick. Ind. Vehicle-spring 

Casteel, James W., Cedarville, Kans. Churn-power 

Castle, Lewis D. . Jersey City, N. J. Screw-tap 

Castle, William H. (Seo Hart and Castle.) 

Castleberry, Elisha F., Reaves, A la. Tlow for cultivating corn or cotton 

Castleman, Morris N., assignor to himself, C. E. Bishop, J. Spafford, and E. P. Searl, Rock- 
ford, 111. Churn-cover 

Castleman, Stephen P., Washington, D. C. Building-block 

Castner, George L., Memphis, Tenu. Coin-package 

Caswell, Charles H., Newport, R. I. Boiler 



Caswell, Edward A., New York, X. Y. Bed-fence 

Caswell, Isaac C, assignor of one-half to "W. A. Pease, New Bedford, Mass. Machine for 
bundling cigars 

Caswell, Thomas, Cherokee. Iowa. Stove 

Catchiugs, Thomas J., Taylor, Tex. Churn 

Cate, Octavius, Boston, Mass. Spool 

CateJy, Shcpard W., and W. D. Tisdale, Cortland, N. Y. Wagon-jack 

Catlin, Charles A., assignor of one-half to C S Sweetland, Providence, R. I. Sulphite so- 
lution for wood pulp - 

Catlin, Seth C. New York N. Y. Spool-holder 

Catliu/Tobacco Company. (See Hardy Isham T. assignor.) 

Catou.'William E., assignor to T. A Mason Joliet 111. Car-eoupling 

Cattell, Sarah E., Mattoon, 111 Clasp 



Cauderay, Jules, Paris, France. Apparatus for measuring electricity . 
Cauderay, Jules, Paris, France. Apparatus for measuring electricity. . 



Cauderay, Jules, Paris, France. Electric dynamometer 

Caughey, Frank T., et al. (See Melhorn, William E., assignor.) 
Caughey, John B., assignor of one-half to H. S. Keylor, Bartville, Pa. 
Caughey, Samuel S., et al. (See Melhorn. William E., assignor.) 

Cauldwell, James A ., Owego. N. Y. Boiler 

Caullet, Henry T., Trenton. N. J. Pantaloons 

Cauthorn, Isaac N.. Rich Hill, Mo. Bnling-press 

Cavanagh, James, New York, N. Y. Clothes-line 



Tobacco-lath holder. 



Cayley, Claud T., and E. S. Courtman, London, England; said Courtman assignor to said? 
Cay ley. Manufacture of shells > 

Cazier, Marion H., Chicago, 111. AYardrobe attachment 

Cedarvalt, Martin S., Petersburg, 111. Bolt - 

Celce, Fritz, assignorto H. Seymour Cutlery Company, Holyoke, Mass. Shears 

Celery Beef and Iron Extract Company. (See Henley, William, assignor.) 
Celluloid Novelty Company. (See Carpenter, William B., assignor.) 
Celluloid Novelty Company. (See Furman, John A., assignor.) 

Center, Augustus L., Weedsport, N. Y. Crank-shaft connection 

Central Stamping Company. (See Bayley, Alfred, assignor.) 

Chace, John K., assignor to J. L. Bright, New York, N. Y. Machine for scouring sheet 



metal . 



Chace, Lincoln E., Freetown, assignor of one-half to F. E. Fuller, Taunton, Mass. 

chine for making buttons 

Chace, Lincoln E., Freetown, assignor of one-half to F. E. Fuller, Taunton, Mass. 

chine for making buttons - 

Chadeayne, George H., Buffalo, N. Y. Toboggan 

Chadwick, George B. (See Thomas. Ira A., assignor.) 

Chadwick, John, Bolton, county of Lancaster. England. Pneumatic toy 

Chadwick Lead Works. (See Sloan, Elisha C, assignor.) 

Chadwick, Samuel H., Davton, Ohio. Harrow 

Chadwick, William H. (See Fowler and Chadwick.) 
Chafee, Enoch M. (See Alexander, James H., assignor.) 

Chaffee, Reuben S., Springfield, 111. Magazine fire-arm 

Chaffin, James, assignor of one-half to W. W. Robinson, Ripon, Wis. Gate 

Chailly, Francois. (See Milloohau and Chailly.) 

Chalfant, Bayard, Kinmundy. 111. Unloading apparatus - 

Chalfant, Jonathan, Bluntsville, Ind. Cultivator 

Chalifoux, Israel. Chicago, 111. Maying. 

Chalmers, Robert S. , Council Bluffs. Iowa. Hot-air stove 

Chambard, Peter F., Fayette. Ohio. Hay-sling 

Chamberlain, Charles F.. and G. L. Lamb, Goshen, Ind. Scrubbing-brush 

Chamberlain & Co., J. W. (See White and Chamberlain, assignors.) 

Chamberlain, George G., and L. P. Cline, Sauk Centre, Minn. Washing-machine . . . 

Chamberlain, J. Chester, New York, N. Y. Electrical cut-out device 

Chamberlain, Joseph W. (See White and Chamberlain.) 

Chamberlain, Manasseh A.. Wild Cat, Kans. Traction-engine 

Chamberlain, Melvin C, and M. N. Merrill, Lac-Qui-Parle, Minn. Fence-post 

Chamberlain, William C . , Cedar Bluff, Ya. Nut-lock 



Ma- 



Ma- 



No. 



373,813 
368,931 
375,339 



300,852 

3G0.853 

367,501 
359,844 
375,003 
358,334 
373,270 



35G.446 

361,208 
358,837 

368,810 

367,185 
367,186 

368,932 
366,926 
365,364 
366.073 
370,767 

366.153 
359,712 

363,589 
375,475 

365,792 
366,202 
372,358 



373,721 

370,241 
365,296 
374,450 
359,427 



374,113 

366,456 
375,604 
355,299 



374,174 

359,919 

359,997 

372,011 
368,515 

362,606 

365,046 



368,933 
358,015 

373,222 
359,242 
356,523 
372,359 
372,203 
359,129 



370,854 
375,476 



1357,978 

' 368,456 

367,023 

Chamberlain, William C, Cedar Bluff, Ya, Fire-escape ...373.722 

Chamberlin. Albert W.. assignor of one-half to Chambcrlin Manufacturing Company, Olean, 
N Y. Washing-machine'. 361 , CI 2 



Date. 



Nov. 29 
Aug. 30 
Dec. 27 



Apr. 12 

Apr. 12 

Aug. 2 
Mar. 22 
Dec. 27 
Feb. 22 

Nov. 15 

Jan. 25 

Apr. 12 
Mar. 8 
Aug. 23 

July 20 

July 26 

Aug. 30 
July 19 
June 28 
July 5 
Oct. 4 

July 5 
Mar. 22 

May 24 
Dec. 27 

July 5 
July 12 
Nov\ 1 



Nov. 22 

Sept. 20 
June 21 
Dec. 6 
Mar. 15 

Nov. 29 

July 12 
Dec. 27 
Jan. 4 



Dec. 6 

Mar. 22 

Mar. 29 

Oct. 25 
Aug. 16 

May 10 

June 21 



Aug. 30 
Feb. 22 

Nov. 15 
Mar. 15 
Jan. 25 
Nov. 1 
Oct. 25 
Mar. 8 

Oct. 4 
Dec. 27 

Feb. 15 
Aug. 16 
July 26 

Nov. 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



o, 



2317 
2302 
1679 



647 

649 

218 
2120 
2043 
2293 
1497 

1648 

1188 
616 

2122 

1959 
1960 

2304 

1605 

1686 

443 

21 

545 

1S99 

2153 

1859 

40 
615 
108 

2179 

1335 

1580 

402 

1449 

2740 

940 

2044 

12 



20 

2229 

2300 

1825 
1707 

702 

1221 



2306 
1843 

1434 

1180 

1754 

110 

2126 
1024 

151 
1861 

1797 
1627 
1731 

2180 



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612 
441 



171 

171 

62 
534 
530 
605 
395 

432 

301 



562 
529 
530 
530 

612 

430 
440 
120 



482 

558 

486 

] 12 
( 13 
(168 
)169 
( 31 
< 32 
( 33 

583 

357 
413 

105 
371 

(735 

^736 

(737 

258 

530 

4 



561 
595 



473 
455 



210 
322 



612 
487 

379 

3118 

457 

33 

: 546 

265 

41 
486 

471 

435 
466 

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38 

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38 
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38 

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925 

1397 



128 

128 

493 
1323 
1465 

872 
764 

337 

225 

1023 

880 

394 

395 

925 

320 
1431 

83 
7 

103 

1284 

904 
1432 



124 

491 

907 

1301 
1399 
1122 
1185 

1022 

188 

1466 

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1050 

1343 

1374 

384 
793 

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925 

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752 
1135 
357 
492 
439 
1100 

30 
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774 
778 
352 

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56 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and inTention. 



No. 

357,406 

:S7-2,299 
350,925 
365,106 



ChambeTlin, Amos S., Croton, N. J. Basket-cover 

Chamberlin Cartridge Company. (See Burdick, George, assignor.) 

Chamberlin, Charles H., Chicago, 111. Method of and means for increasing 1lie power of 
streams of water from hose, &c 

Chamberlin Manufacturing Company. (See Chamberlin, Albert W., assignor.) 

Chamberlin, Thomas E., Arkansas City, Kans. Combination-tool 

Chambers, Adelbert, assignor of nine-sixteenths to AV. M. Peekhatn, Troy, N. T. Appa- 
ratus for treating vegetable substances for making paper-stock 

Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Company. (See Chambers and Kaylor, assignors.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr. (See Chambers, J. Howard, assignor.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr. (See Lasor, Sanford AV., assignor.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr. (See Mendham, William, assignor.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Brick-machine ! 362,204 

Chambers, Daniel T., Mansfield, assignor of one-third to P. C. Schiffer and AV. H. Houpt, 
Shelby, Ohio. Tug-fastener for single-trees 

Chambers, Daniel T., Mansfield, assignor of one-third to F. C. Schiffer and AV. H. Houpt, 
Shelby, Ohio. Tng-fastener - 

Chambers, Daniel T., Mansfield, assignor of one-third to P. C. Schiffer and AV. H. Houpt, 
Shelby, Ohio. Crown-piece for bridles or halters - 

Chambers, J. Howard, assignor to C. Chambers, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for secur- 
ing tempering-knives in the pugging-shafts of brick-machines 

Chambers. Joseph H, Pleasant Unity, assignor of one-half to B. F. Byers, Greensburg,^ 
and AV. P. Miller, Pittsburg, Pa. Pipe-coupling for railway-cars > 

Chambers, AVilliam A. (See Kohler, Prank, assignor.) 

Chambers, AVilliam A. (See Kohler and Chambers.) 

Chambers, AVilliam B., and J. Kaylor, assignors to Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Company,;; 
Decatur, 111. Check-row corn-planter V 

Champagne, Louis, Marshfield, AVis. Car-coupling - ' 

Champion Bar and Knife Company. (See Webster, John F., assignor.) 

Champion, David J., Cleveland, Ohio. Copying-pad holder I 

Champion Iron Fence Company. (See Hanson, Francis O., assignor.) 

Champion, Josiah P. (See Babcock and Champion.) 

Champion, Josiah P., Phelps, N. V. Combined borer and reamer 

Champion, Josiah P., Phelps, N. Y. Tube-expander 

Champion Safety Lock and Novelty Company. (See Lister, John T., assignor.) 

Champion Shoe Burnishing Machine Company. (See Parkhnrst, Emmons M., as- 
signor.) 

Champion, Theodore H., Minneapolis. Minn. Generating heat --- 

Champlin, Amos F. (See Heath and Champlin.) 

Champlin, Justin P.. AVillink, N. Y. Game-counter 

Champney, George F., Berlin, Germany. Manufacture of dies 

Chance, Henry, Fostoria, Ohio. Railway-frog. '. 

Chance, AVilliam E., Oldbury, county of Worcester, England. Machinery for the manufac 
ture of sheets of rippled glass - 

Chancellor, Charles W., Baltimore, Md. Separating and filtrating apparatus for sewage. . 

Chandler, Alfred N.. Lebanon. Tenn. Back-band hook 

Chandler, Bartlett B , Hyde Park, Mass. Glazier's point 

Chandler, Bartlett B, Hyde Park, Mass. Implement for inserting glaziers' points 

Chandler, Benjamin P., Kingston Centre, Ohio. Fence-making machine 

Chandler. Charles C, and C. E. Briggs, St. Joseph, Mo. Track-gage 

Chandler, Charles F., Newark, N. J. Steam-engine 

Chandler, Moses, East Corinth, Me. Wheel-harrow 

Chandler, Moses. Monument. Colo. Seeding-machine 

Chandler, Norris S., Springfield. Mass. Jug-tilting device 

Chandler & Price. (See Price, William H., Jr., assignor.) 

Chantrell, John, assignor to Reading Hardware Company, Reading, Pa. Sash-fastener. . - 

Chantrell. John, assignor to Reading Hardware Company, Reading, Pa. Sash-fastener... 

Chapin, George L., Chicago, 111. Hand fire-extinguisher 

Chapman, Adolphus J. (See Close, AValter R., assignor.) 

Chapman & Co., AV. H. (See Bailey, Charles A., assignor.) 

Chapman &. Co., W. H. (See Chapman. AVilliam H., assignor.) 

Chapman, Charles H. Groton, assisnor to Eureka Spindle Company, Ayer, Mass. Ring- 
spinning fianT' and spindle used therefor - - 

Chapman, Charles H., Groton, assignor to Eureka Spindle Company, Ayer, Mass. Bolster 
for spinning-spindles 

Chapman, George, assignor to Emerson, Talcott & Company, Rockford, 111. Harvester . . . 

Chapman, J. K. (See Odell, Albert P., assignor.) 

Chapman, John G., Downey, Cal. Automatic stop for windmills 

Chapman, Joseph, Dubuque, Iowa. Car lock and seal 

Chapman, Joseph L., Haddonfield, N. J. Pressure-gage 

Chapman, Little B. (See Williamson. John A.. Jr.. assignor.) 

Chapman, Mark C. (See Chapman, Matthew T. and M. C.) 

Chapman, Matthew T., Aurora, 111. Expansion-drill 

Chapman, Matthew T., Aurora, 111. Winding-drum 

Chapman, Matthew T. and M. C, Aurora, 111. Apparatus for sinking wells 

Chaprnan, Moses E., Danvers, Mass. Thread-guard for sewing-machines 

Chapman, Robert C, and D L. Eustico, East Dubuque, assignors, by mesne assignments, 

to F. Bartlett., Free] port, 111. Grappling- tool .- 

Chapman, Robert AV. (See Jenkinson. Richard C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Chapman, Robert AV., Newark, N. J, Buckle and strap- fastening 

Chapman, Robert W., Newark, N. J. Spring side catch for satchels, &c 

Chapman, Rush P., Hartford, Conn. Gridiron 

Chapman, Thomas. (See Spencer and Beebe, assignors.) 

Chapman, Thomas P., and A. L. Whitley, St. Louis, Mo. ; said Whitley assignor to said 

Chapman. Koll-paper holder and cutter 

Chapman, William H., assignor to W. H. Chapman & Co., Middletown, Conn. Buckle- 
rd 



Date. 



357,308 
357,549 
358,541 

356,571 

370,6(10 



301,613 J 
363,800 

369,691 



362,934 
375,259 



302,935 

304,704 
308,873 
355,507 

359,128 

372,656 

369,229 
360,650 
303,303 
367,187 
371,303 
357,655 
358,838 
359,594 
370,607 

359,058 
362,930 
358,429 



Feb. 8 

Nov. I 
Peb. 1 
June 21 



May 3 

Feb. 8 

Feb. 8 

Mar. 1 

Jan. 25 
Sept.. 27 

Apr. 19 
May 31 

Sept. 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



03 



1041 

18 

252 

1403 



196 

895 

1166 

191 

1826 
1886 



1741 
2462 

524 



275 

6 

70 
370 



] 5 



23G 

306 

45 



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38 

41 
38 
39 



>39 

38 
38 
38 



478 38 
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May 17 | 1235 
Dec. 20 I 1569 



May 17 i 1235 



June 14 
Aug. 23 
Jan. 4 

Mar. 8 

Nov. 8 

Aug. 30 
Apr. 5 
May 24 
July 26 
Oct. 11 
Feb. 15 
Mar. 8 
Mar. 22 
Sept. 27 



702 

2205 

275 

1022 

554 

2696 

377 

1820 

1902 

804 

1338 

617 

1740 

1888 



)501 



,- 450 

i 451 

639 

145 



328 
411 



329 

187 



Mar. 8 934 
May 17 j 1238 
Mar. 1 8 



357,903 ; Feb. 15 



357,904 
374,521 

309,587 
303,801 
355,381 

370,046 

371,548 

373,440 
365,793 



Feb. 15 
Dec. 6 



1687 



1689 
502 



375 



Sept. 6 

May 31 | 24C3 

Jan. 4 | 11G 

Sept. 20 ' 1003 

Oct. 18 1140 

Nov. 22 1759 
July 5 45 



3G1.614 Apr. 19 1743 

368,376 Aug. 10 1408 

375,340 , Dec. 27 1C79 

363,590 Mav 21 2155 



guar 

Chapman, AVilliam H., and B. C. Donahue, Portland. Me. Electrical indicator 

Chapman, William .)., and G. Kennedy, Plymouth, 111. Brush-hook . 



369,092 Sept. 13 525 

372.603 . Nov. 1 . 470 

355,382 ' Jan. 4 i 117 

371,923 Oct. 25 I 1782 



73 

(204 

)265 

(151 

1152 

716 

95 

478 

530 

205 

352 

153 

442 

501 

238 

329 

3 



439 

440 
131 

104 

f 039 

)640 

32 



281 
(299 
)300 

406 
14 

451 

400 
(441 
\ 442 

559 



145 

126 

32 

441 



>39 
39 

40 



39 
41 



39 

39 
40 
38 

1 38 

}« 
40 
39 
39 
40 
41 
38 
38 
38 
40 

38 
39 
38 



38 



40 1100 

' 39 968 

38 25 



40 1250 
1 41 248 

41 825 
40 10 



39 

40 

I- 
39 



40 1141 

41 

38 25 

41 I 362 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



57 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued, 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Chappatte, Edward C, assignor to Keystone Watch Case Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

ChappattefEdward C.',' assignor 'to Keystone" Watch Case' Compan"^ Philadelphia, Pa. 

Watch-case -- - •- - •- ■■-■• y 

Channell Benjamin P., South Windham, Conn. Chuck.... ::vXi i^~*"ibk" 

Chappeli; Francis W., Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for feeding aeidjo Glover towers, ^c 



Chappelli Ko i D., Vassar, "assignor of on'e'-half to ft. Reid, Reese, Mich. 



Pelt boot . 



Animal-catcher 
Chaqnett'e Ephraiem, San Francisco, Cal. Float or ponton for carrying l.nes ot pipes foi^ 

dredging purposes 

Charbonneau, Philias, Boston, Mass. Chair 

Charles, August, Chicago, 111. Harness --- 

Charlesworth, Horatio ft., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 

Cbarleville, George W., Baird, Tex. Gate-latch 

Charlton, James, Houston, Tex. Door-hanger - - 

Cbaruantier Jules V. (See Tourne, Jerome E., assignor.) . . nr> 

ChaJror?, Theophile, assignor to himself and H. C. Cooper, Kankakee, 111. Device for op- 

cCronf ThTo^ile," assignor" to himself' 'and H.' 0." Cooper; Kankakee; III.' " Device for op- 

erating awnings - 

Charter, John, Sterling, 111. Gas-engine 

Charter, John, Sterling;, 111. Gas-engine 



No. 



373,011 



373.723 
374,732 
375.121 
309,230 

357.3C7 

361,015 
372,517 
355.972 
373.271 
302,937 



Date. 



Nov. 8 

Nov. 22 
Dee. 13 
Dec. 20 
Aug. 30 

Peb. 8 



Apr. 

Nov. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
May 



Monthly 
volume. 



assignor to J 



Boston 
Boston 



Mass. 
Mass 



E. Harper, Chicago, 111. 
Store-service apparatus for twine 
Store-service apparatus for twine 

Refrigerating apparatus 

Ash-sifter 

Endless chain elevator 

Electric railway-signal 

Railway-signal 



Machine for making pills. 



Chartier, M61ito E. 

Chase, Andrew J. 
Chase, Andrew J. 

Chase, Andrew J., Boston, Mass. 
Chase, Charles H., Lowell, Mass. 
Chase, Clark, Pall River, Mass. 
Chase, Edward M., Boston, Mass. 
Chase, Edward M., Boston, Mass. 

Chase, Edward R. and S. C, Pindlay, Ohio. Gate 

Chase Fog Whistle Machine Company. (See Chase, James I,. 
Chase, Frank, assignor to Chase Lastiu, 

Chase Frank," assignor "to" Chase Lasting Machine'Company, Boston, Mass. Tack-driver 
Chase; Frank, assignor to Chase Lasting Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Lasttng-ma- 



, assignor.) 
; -Machine Company, Boston, Mass. 



Tack-making 



305,239 

308,377 
350,447 
370,242 

302,357 

365,794 
373,881 

374,114 

372,204 
362,571 
307,598 
371,070 

371,304 



35G.G19 
350,020 



chine 



Machine for 



Fog- 



303,283 
3G4.088 
355,920 



June 21 

Aug. 16 
Jan. 25 
Sept. 20 

May 3 

July 5 
Nov. 29 

Nov. 

Oct. 

May 

Aug. 

Oct, 



Oct. 11 



363,948 

306,154 
303,802 
3G0,280 

303,591 
369,231 

358,648 
367,959 
305,107 
367,892 



Chase, Frank, Boston; Mass., assignor to Chase Lasting Machine Company. 

Cha!" D F^d°a^^ 

Chnse. Henry A.. Stoneham, Mass., assignor to Municipal signal Company, lortsmouth, 

Chase. Henry A., S^oneham;"Mass.","assignor to Municipal Signal Company, Portsmouth, 
N. II. Signal-box 

Chase, Isaac M., Washington, D. C. Multiple steam-generator - 

Cliase J Herbert, Montreal, Canada. Mechanical musical instrument ----- 

Chase; J. Herbert, Brooklyn, assignor to Mechanical Orguinette Company. New York, 
N. Y. Mechanical musical instrument - - 

Chase, James, Rochester, N. Y. Bhnd-stop A;" : Vj'ftv' 

Chase, James L., assignor to Chase Fog Whistle Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio 
whistle machine 

Chase, John, Paterson, N. J. File for papers, &c 

Cliase, John F., Augusta, Me. Mop-wringer ........... 

Chase, John K., assignor to Cliase Metal Company, New Aork, N. Y. Box-strap . . 

Chase; L. Wilder, trustee. (See Messer, Daniel P., assignor.) 

Chase Lasting Machine Company. (See Chase, Frank, assignor.) 

Cliase Last Company. (See Shaw and Chase, assignors.) 

Chase Metal Company. (See Chase, John K., assignor.) 

Chase, Norman P., Montrose, N. Y. Electric attachment for locomotives 

Chase, Rolla M., Bethel, Yt. Dental plate - - - - 

Chase, Sidney A., assignor of one-half to W. R. Mapes, Evart, Mich 
Chase, Solonion C. ' (See Chase, Edward and S. C.) 

Chase Solomon C. North Baltimore, Ohio. Machine for cutting bungs 

Chase, Theodore R., Detroit, Mich. Combined water heater and circulator 

Chase, Theodore R., Detroit, Mich. Water heater and circulator - ! 369,0 13 

Chase, Thomas. (See Katzner, Russell, and Chase.) I 

Chase; Thomas B., assignor of one-half to E. R. Wheelock, New York, N. Y. Elliptic 

spring - - 

Chase, Wellington. (See Pratt and ('base.) \ „„ ... 

Chase, William D., Hackensack, N.J. Clock r IJ|,i 

Chase, William R. (See Shaw and Chase.) 



Jan. 
Jan. 

May 
May 
Jan. 

May 

July 
May 
Mar 

May 
Aug. 



Galvanic battery. 



370,243 

371,174 

357,550 



357,175 
366,074 



365,908 



Mar. 1 
Aug. 9 
June 21 
Aug. 9 



Sept. 20 

Oct, 11 
Feb. 8 






1101 

2183 

£03 

1392 

2697 

893 

1744 

336 

976 

1499 

1240 



1490 

1500 
1649 
1337 

395 

40 
2111 

2744 

2128 

704 

350 

1317 

£00 



1898 
1901 



1711 

2807 



2672 

545 
2460 
2820 

2150 
2698 

338 
911 

1405 
812 



1339 

028 
1 



294 

584 

211 

361 

716 

C235 

( 23fl 

451 

93 

250 

395 

329 



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Gazette. 



CL, 



Fel.. 
July 

Aug. 



107 



41 

41 
41 
41 
40 

^38 

39 
41 
38 
41 
39 



682 

907 
1213 

1331 
1002 

590 

3-fl 
534 
198 
765 
717 



644 
5 I 443 

30 2456 



393 

400 

433 

357 

(109 

| 110 

14 

048 

(737 

\ 738 

547 

( 190 

\ 197 

100 

(341 

i 342 

(205 

(200 



498 
499 

448 
743 
744 
232 

693 

147 
;640 
' 041 
' 717 

559 
716 

81,82 
247 
370 
219 



(357 

)358 

101 

300 

107 

120 

( 051 

) 652 



39 13-4 



40 

38 
40 



754 
338 
1301 



}' 



39 


651 


40 
41 


TO 
957 


41 


1023 


41 


439 


39 


012 


40 


518 


41 


276 



i« 



38 
38 

39 

j 39 

38 



106 



385 
385 

810 

1045 

180 



39 1000 



40 
I 39 I 

38 

1 

39 
40 

38 I 
40 
39 
40 



>40 

41 
38 

33 
40 

I 40 



103 

91.9 

1459 

904 
1003 

906 

032 

1365 

014 



1302 

132 

048 

519 

84 

954 



Last, . - 



307,091 
372,453 



365,908 
307,303 






Chase' William R., Lynn, assignor of one-third to C. A. Shaw, Boston, Mass. 

Chasles Henri C. Paris, France. Machine for ironing linen fabrics and oilier materials. 

Chastaiii, James B. (See Gray and Chastain.) 

Chatain, Evariste, San Francisco, Cal. Mosaic work = 

Chatellier, Joseph F., New York, N. Y. Setting for mirrors 

Chatillon, George H., New York, N. Y. Concealing mechanism for scales, registers, &c. . . 304,478 

Chattaway, Joseph, Petoskey, Mich. Door-mat , ^'515 

Chatterton, Charles W., Centerville, Iowa. Fly-screen vS's, « 

Chawner, Thomas C, New York, N. Y. Circular-knitting machine icntni 

Cheek, Daniel L., Gainesville, Ga. Vehicle-shatt - --- •»«".«'* 

Cheek, Marcellus B. (See Grassmann and Cheek.) 
Cheever, Charles A., trustee. (See Ball, Charles E., assignor.) 
Cheever, Charles A., trustee. (See Phelps, Lucius J., assignor.) 
Chellis, Edgar W. (See Drawbaugh, Daniel, assignor.) 
Cheltz, Charles D., assignor of one-half to Z. H. Patrick 



July 

Nov. 81 

July 
Nov. 

July 

Aug. 

Juno 

July 
Jan. 

Peb. 

Mar. 



5 


301 


22 


1700 


20 
1 


1835 

250 



Sheldon, 111. Pipe- wrench 365,729 : June 28 



213 
15 

3?5 

1235 
1509 
1571 
2706 



2245 



467 

495 

09 

55 

4 
(104 
\ 105 
330 
397 
409 
083 



584 



40 



57 



41 825 



40 
41 


371 

518 


40 
40 


42 

454 


39 


1161 


40 
38 
38 
38 


251 

304 

732 

1437 



39 1527 



58 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Clieltz .Charles i D., assignor of one-half to Z. E. Patrick, Sheldon, 111. Screw-cutting die 
Chen, Tom P., San Francisco, Cal. Wood splitting and chopping machine ° 

Cheney Company, P. C. (See Phillips, Franklin F., assignor!) 

Cheney, Frederick A ., Troy, N. Y. Electric-lighting system 

Cheney, Henry P., Manchester, N. H. Pulp-mill 

Cheney, James W.. Detroit, Mich. Screw-clamp " 

Cheney, Norman H. ;See Hodgman and Cheney.) 

Cheney, Owen L., Bloomington, III. Combined 'pen and pencil holder 

8fc^rin A1 Ts^a C de fn7cle°^- f " * ^^ omttano » ^^ '<**&'■ '■'- ' 
Chesebro, Giles H., Toledo, Ohio. Photographic-printing frame . 

ChesRbrough, Bobert A., New York, N. Y. Street-railway 

Cheshire, James L., assignor of one-half to J. L. and D. M. W." Bird 'Arsus" Ala" Oar 

Coupling ^'i>»i ai B u», -o.i<l. Kjdil- 

Chesbire Watch Company. (See Yarrington," Charles H." assignor")" 

Ohesnutwood, George, et al. (See Grider, John, assignor ) 

Chess & Wympnd Company. (See Wymond, William S., assignor.) 

rZttl^ 7^\ G-.- assignor of one-half to E. Sutro, Philadelphia, Pa. Making stockin -s 
* %™ lel Manufacturing Company. (See Sargent, Charles E., assignor.) " 

Itn If bte P he ." M -' Elizabeth N. J., assignor to C. B Kockhill, Now York" N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for waxing paper and other material .-"•*. -o-pp<» 

Pot and Ud l"fter'.'. An 5 beny ° ity ' assi S nor of «*»&& to" J. C. Barnes, Phiiadeiphia, PaV 

Chevers, Aurion V., Providence, B. I. Wind musical instrument '.'.[[['_ 

Chew, Charles F Bridgeport, Conn. Diminished-tone violin .... 

Cheyne, Frederick H., Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Station-indicator 

Chicago Gas Stove Company. (See McClary, Nelson A., assignor.) 

Chicago Metal Quoin and Patent Block Company. (See Burke James A assignor \ 
Chicago Mortising Machine Company. (See P Douglas Cha?& XLnor ) 
Chicago Sate and Lock Company. (See Gross, Henry assignor.) a 

Chicago Sash Pulley Company (See Phillips, Francis V., Assignor.) 
Chichester, Leon. (See Boyle, Homer L., assignor.,) 
Chichester, Lewis S., assignor to A. Lemassena, Newark, N. J, 

Chidester D. F., et at. (See Eawlos, John, assignor.) 

Chidester, Frank H., and S. J. Harmount, Massillon, Ohio. Dental vulcanizing apparatus 

Child, Darnel E North Swansea, Mass. Button, stud, &c 

££■ 'i S A J bert T F V e al (See Ekh art, John, assignor.) 

Childs & Co., J. M. (See Smith, Dewane B., assignor ) 

ntnA %F°:\ J ; M ° VT ™- , < See Childs and Smith, assignors.) (Eeissue.) 

Chi ds, David A, Columbia, S. C. Kev-operating device ^ elssue -' 

Childs, Eugene. (See De Costa, Childs, and Witherell ) 

Childs, Frank C., et al. (See Gerald, Eobert F., assignor.) 

Clnlds, J. Morris, Htica, N. Y. Harrow 

Childs, J Morris, and D. B. Smith, assignors to J.'m. Childs" & Co' "utica N Y 

mrMT.W and centeriM grindstones and frames therefor. (Eeissue) .. 

Childs, J. Ward, New York, N. Y. Attachment for wash-stands... .. 

Childs, Jesse A., Coushatta, La. Planter 

Childs Sewing Machine Company. (See Post, John W," assignor.) 

Childs, Solonois. (See Bartlett and Childs.) 

Childs, Walter H.. Brattlehorough, Vt. 

Childs, William H, H. 

Childs, William H. H 

Childs, William H. H 

Chilton, Franklin H. 

Chilton 



No. 



371,175 

375,122 

359,713 



Date. 



358,593 
368,278 

368,934 
366,457 

363,209 
375,123 

362,425 



365,671 



Oct. H 
Dec. 20 

Mar. 22 

Mar. 1 
Aug, 16 



Aug. 
July 

May 
Dec. 



Monthly 
volume. 



03 



May 3 



June 28 



360,373 ' Mar. 29 



358,803 

373,012 

358,542 
371,737 



Mar. 

Nov. 

Mar. 
Oct. 



Air-compressing apparatus 



Mech- 



370.37C 

359,773 
361,862 



358,649 



Sept. 27 



Mar. 
Apr. 



Mar. 1 



358,83 | Mar. 8 



10,813 
364,479 : 
368,811 I 



Mar. 8 
June 7 
Ang. 23 



Brooklyn, jST. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eecording-anemoscope ' 304 802 ! 



Machine for making sheathing-paper 361 050 

Wrapping-paper j 3fj-2'249 

Sheathing-paper I vra'aad 

. , assignor to C. V. Faile, New York, N. Y. Drawer-pull 37301? 

William W., assignor to C. V. Faile New York N Y Drawer ,>V,ll ! Sr 

Chinnock, Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone-signa^'Z'. . .„ ^^V** 369 315 , ^ 

Chinnock. Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric alarm 3g-*g : ^ an 

Chinnock, George H., Brooklyn, and H. S. Taylor, N«» v™.v at v i^^'-^;."; HL^V.Y I 3m '^ Jan 



June 14 

Apr. 12 
May 3 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 8 
Sept. 6 



629 
1393 

1900 

272 

1378 

2308 
946 

1617 
1394 

495 



2158 



2948 

557 

1102 

192 
1425 



1539 



2003 
2119 



342 



620 

1170 

387 

2123 



instrument , S ..' * T00ia > n ' ana a - S - Ta y' or . New York, N. Y. Mechanical musical 
Ohipley, Gardiner W." St.' Charles,' Mo. " ' Shaft-holder .' I .'." .' .' I." " ! SSi 

Chipman, Henry C. (See Kubach, Charles D.. assignor ) ! ' 

Cm holm, Charles W.. Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada. nnr.,n™li M i o™ ™„ 



Dec. 27 
June 28 



Car-coupling J 369,502 , Sept. 6 



-...ipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 
Chisbolm, William. (See Dow, Joseph H., assignor ) 

.hisolm, Arthu, E, St. Louis, Mo. Car heating and cooling device | 358,382 I 

369,' 434 



Chisolm, William B' 
Chisolm, William B. 



Charleston, S. C. Apparatus for treating fertilizers '.' . . 

Charleston, S. C. Fish-plate for railway-rails 

C EIevatoS,neket igI ! 0r . t0 . WebSter & Comstock Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 



375,124 



Feb. 
Sept. 

Dec. 



864 

947 
258 
927 
1107 
14 
119 
122 

1928 
1891 



2363 
169 



161 
362 

(482 

| 483 

63 

363 

613 

258 

424 
362 

140 



562 



749 

139 

(294 

J295 

45 

368 



("411 
c 412 

C506 

I 507 

549 



82 



153 

304 

105 
562 



Official 
Gazette. 



41 

41 



£38 

38 
40 

40 

40 

39 
41 

39 



(226 

)227 

239 



20 ! 1395 



N. Y., and 



371,549 
368,994 



Oct. 18 I 1151 



Chon anus, Eichard Hoboken, N. J., assignor to H. Oppenheimer, New York 
A. Bonnem Oberstein. Germany. Holder for pictures 

Chopard, Adhemar. (See Giidel and Chopard.) 

Chope, Bobert L., Detroit. Mich. Money-packa»-e I laa m - I T , 

Christ, John. (See Schmidt and Christ.) ° I 366,07a ; July 5 

Christensen, Anders C, Copenhagen, Denmark 



Aug. 30 2338 



445 



Christensen, August C. 



Albuminimeter 364,898 June 14 1005 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Gas piston-meter ! 366 7C2 I Ju , 19 lm 

^^^^^^•^.^-r-^ &S £* » «- 

Christian, Charles .A., et al (See George, William F.,"ass"ignor""> 358,729 | Mar. 1 4o7 

Christian, Hans, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Adjustable coat bolder -hm an, 

g3S?SSJ85ft ^s^5„fe^^^^^ , 

S3S5 '£& in&S^SSTf'SaSiS ^4SS?"«' »««*IJ». »■ ^. Grate-bar 361,397 ' Apr. 19 i 4445 

Christie, John. (See Andrew, Frederick assio-nor ) 

Christie, Eichard C. (See Gardner, William, assignor ) 

Christie, Thomas S. (See Weber, Adolph, assizor ) 

Christie, William, Wheaton, 111. Punip-niotor * . . . / I 3C6203 I Jnly w | m 



250 

295 

4 

33 

33 

505 
493 

71 

627 

49 

(362 

I 363 

300 

634 

120 



39 



38 
38 

38 
41 



>40 

| 38 
39 



38 



38 

38 
39 
40 



>39 

39 
39 
41 
41 
40 
38 
38 

41 
39 



M 

cS 

J^_ 

132 
1331 

1284 

953 

728 

926 

188 

791 
1332 

571 



1521 



1481 

1008 

082 

938 
298 



1348 



1301 
418 



907 



1024 

1126 
1161 

881 



1256 

180 

523 

650 

682 

1037 

25 

20 

1446 

1470 



40 1082 



38 
40 

41 



885 
1004 

1332 



242 



40 i 941 



40 



84 



Juno 14 
Jan. 4 



866 
380 



203 
373 
4 
663 
111 



(37 

\ 37 



227 
102 



373 



169 



39 1283 



£40 

41 

38 

39 

38 

39 



40 



281 

909 
989 

1257 
76 

284 



125 






UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



59 



Alphabetical list of •patentees— Continued. 



Same, residence, anil invention. 



No. 



Date. 



" 



ChristilT, Joseph, Hightstown, N. J. Thill-couphng 

Christin Louis. (See Wheelan and Sehurch, assignors.) 

Christiuan, Mary E., Woodville, N. Y. Potable wardrobe 

Christman Philip, Allegheny City, Pa. Bung-extractor 

Christmann, John, Milwaukee, Wis. Door-hanger ...... ---------- 

Christopher, Calvin F. (See Imloes, Justice, and Christopher.) _ 
Christopher James C, Baltimore, Mil. Apparatus lor filtering air 

San Francisco, Cal. Ore crusher and granulator 

Christy, Thomas J., St. Louis, Mo. Washing-machine 

Christy, William B. (See Vanetten. Ira S-, assignor.) 

Chu Lam I., San Francisco. Cal. Chinese lantern 

Chubb Thomas H.. Post Mills. Vt. Fishing-reel 

Chubbuck, Aaron F., Tyrone, Mich. Windmill 

Clnicliii Athanase, Bahia, Brazil. Fire-arm 

Church, Afton, Sew York, X. Y. Pad for copying-presses 

Church Alvin T., Farmington, Iowa. Sash-holder 

Church, Alvin T.. Farmington, Iowa. Pen-holder 

Church, Duano II. (See Marsh and Church.) 



Church Duano II. (See Marsh, Logan, and Church.) 
Church Duane H., Newton, Mass. Pendant winding ai 
Church' Duane H., Newton, Mass. Stem winding and J 



337,701 

357,905 

359,998 
374,656 



Monthly 

volume. 



and setting watch 

setting watch 

(See Church, Walter C, assignor.) 



Church Engineering Company, Walter C. 

Church, Frank, Du Bois, Nebr. Hanie 

pZwli Frank L W Chicago 111. Traction-cable device for bridges --------- 

Church, George V) assignor" of one-half to C. W. Frost, Bowdoinham, Me. Top pressure 

Church 6 John, Patoia,"ill" ' "Tool for making and applying hog-nose rings 

Church Melvin B„ Grand Eapids, Mich. Advertising-circular - - - - - - - 

Church Melvin B. Grand Rapids! Mich. Enameled surface for carnages and the like . . . 

Church' Walter A., Binghamton, N. Y. Balance-rail pm tor pianos.. ......-- 

Church Walter C Brixton, county of Surrey, assignor to W. C. Church Engineering Com- 
pany ' (limited.) London. England. Circular slide-valve 

Churchill, Frank C. (See Carter and Churchill.) 



Churchill,' Thomas A.,' Galesville. 111. Broadcast seeder . . 
Cilley, Bradbury P.. et al. (Seo Dow, George B. S .. assignor.) 
Cilley. Ithiel J., assignor of one-half to G. W. Carpenter, G 

latch and lock - -- - -,- • - - - -. v 

Cilley, J. P., et al. (Seo Knowlton, Charles 1L, assignor.) 

Cilley, John II., Lebanon, Pa. Yelocipede 

Cilley Johnathan IX, et al. (Seo Knowlton, Charles 'H., assignor.) 

Cilley', Sewell J. (See Carroll and Cilley.) . 

Cilley. Sewell J., Gonic. and T. F. Carroll, Lacoma, N. H. Bit-sto 



366, 5G8 
371,032 

3G4,4S0 

3G3.046 

361,134 
370,684 
372,300 
359,428 
372,454 
357,578 
368,651 



357.906 
370,929 

374.657 
372,402 

359,667 
364,089 
372,301 
373,014 
373,924 

356,984 

370,120 



Carpenter, Grand Rapids, Mich. Combined 



Feb. 15 

Feb. 15 
Mar. 29 
Dec. 13 

July 12 

Oct 4 

June 7 
May 17 

Apr. 12 
Sept. 27 
Nov. 1 
Mar. 15 
Nov. 1 
Feb. 15 
Aug. 23 



Feb. 15 
Oct. 4 

Dec. 13 
Nov. 1 

Mar. 22 
May 31 

Nov. 1 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 29 

Feb. 1 

Sept. 20 



P 



330,646 July 19 



stock . 



City BiUton Works." "(See Sheridan, James T., assignor.) 

Cincinnati Screw and Tap Company. (See Holz and Mueller, assignors.) 

Cincinnati Suspender Company. (See Allen, Valentine R., assignor.) 

Cis^ll?Rob\rt B , Elizabeth, assignor to Backus Manufacturing Company, Newark, N. J. 

Rotary fan - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Cladek, Frank T., Rahway, N. J. Bolt .... — ..-. 

Claflin, Charles R. B.. Jr. (See Flagg and Claflin.) 

SS; Wnntm £ £, fflS?S?. S U t. Field, Rochester, N. Y. Paper- 
fife. 



Clamer Francis' J.', assignor' of one-half to' J.' G." Hendrickson Philadelphia, Pa. Clean- 
in" preparin g. and coating metal plates and other metal surfaces 

Clamond. Charles, Paris, France. Micro-telephone. ........-- - 

Clancy, Edward L., Aberdeen, Dak. Ter. Frame for sulky-plows - 

Clapp, Charles, assignor to Gregg & Co., Trumansburg, N. Y. Grain-harvester 



358,730 



361,488 



364,751 
374,451 



Mar. 1 



Apr. 19 



June 14 
Dec. 6 



1505 

1691 

2302 

697 

1117 
434 

388 

1390 

1070 
1999 
20 
1450 
251 
1223 
18.-6 



1091 
285 

697 
173 

1832 

2870 

22 

1108 

2469 

338 

1176 

1235 
459 

1504 



771 

403 



392 

440 
595 
L83 

299 

ll)!l 

;ios 

i 10G 
'309 

270 
532 
6 
371 
70 
322 
503 



441 

70 

183 
19,50 

465 

744 

7 



Official 

Gazette. 



::.- 






719 



38 754 

38 1374 

ii ii9a 



40 

41 

539 
39 

39 
40 
41 
38 
41 
38 
40 



Nov. 15 
May 24 



Clapp, Charles, assignor to Gregg & Co., Trumansburg, N. Y. Harvester ■ 

Clapp', E. Dwight, assignor to W. Henderson and D. J. Macarty, Washington, D. C. An-i 

Clapp° Ja'me's if "assignor" to" 3. L. 'Board." Chicago; 111." " Automatic taake for power-presses: 
Clapp! James W. (See Clapp, Joseph, assignor.) . 

Clapp & Jones Manufacturing Co. (See Clapp, Mirtillow R., assignor. ) 

Claim Joseph Evanston, 111. Automatic fire-extinguisher -. — - -- .-- 

Clapp, Joseph Evanston, 111., assignor to J. W. Clapp, Boston Mass. Fne^extinguislier. 
Clapp! Mirtillow R., assignor to Clapp & Jones Manufacturing Co., Hudson, N. Y. Coiled- 

CUre 6 Samuel" andE.w". Smith," Winnipeg! Manitoba! Canada! ' Billiard-cue chalk er. - - - - 
Clarenbach, Louis, Jr. (See Bosson, Henry D., assignor.) 
Clark, A. Ralph. (See Baynes, William, assignor.) 
Clark A.Ralph. (See Bavnes and Clark.) 

Clark A! Ralph, assignor of one-half to W. Baynes, Buffalo, N. Y. Lumber-binder 

Clark! Alexander E., Buckholts, Tex. Deep-well pump 

Clark, Alfred, Warren, Pa. Rope-coupling - 

Clark Alfred L„ Dubuque. Iowa. Store-service apparatus 

Clark, Alfreds., Farmington, Minn. Spring bed-bottom --------- T^'^'Wi^i 

Clark! Alvah B.! Auburn, assignor to R. M. Peters, Worcester, Mass. Lasting-jack 

Clark! Anizi, Meudon, Mich. Bolt-holder - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 

Clark Asa assignor to M. Hill, Kalamazoo, Mich. Harrow or cultivator tooth - 

Clark,' Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sand-box for street-care - - - - ----- 

Clark Charles A., St. John. New Brunswick, Canada. Hay and straw cutter 

Clark,' Charles E., et al. (Sec Pelton, George M., assignor.) 

Clark, Charles E.. Clay Centre, Ohio. Door-hanger - 

Clark, Christopher C, et al. (See Clark, John C, assignor., 
Clark & Co George M. (See Clark. Wallace, and Kindlen, assignors.) 
Clark & Company, George M. (See Kaczerowski, Frank, assignor.) 
Clark & Company, George M. (See Murphy, John W., assignor.) 
Clark & Company, George M. (See Wallace. J. Bennett, assignor.) 
Clark Council IX, assignor of one-halt to J. H. Porter, Caldwell, Tex. 



373,388 

363,593 

372,455 1 Nov. 1 

369,588 Sept. 6 

Sept. 27 



370,008 

370,609 

363,315 
305,047 



360,142 
357,817 

358,430 
367,364 



357,818 
359,668 
368,378 
359,203 
357,064 
371.305 
358.010 
356,985 
368,812 
360,559 



Seed-planter. 



303, £ 03 



362,607 



Sept, 27 

May 17 
June 21 



Mar. 29 
Feb. 15 

Mar. 1 
Aug. 2 



Feb. 15 
Mar. 22 
Aug. 10 
Mar. 8 
Feb. 1 
Oct. 11 
Feb. 22 
Feb. 1 
Aug. 23 
Apr. 5 



May 31 



1681 

2160 
251 
376 



1892 

1752 
1222 



2014 
1573 



1574 
1832 
1501 
1115 

453 

807 
1844 

339 
2122 

248 

2408 



663 

89 

311 

330 

fill 
| 113 

406 



205 
105 



440 

5G0 

70 

104 

'501 
502 
502 
503 

;459 
400 
321 



G62 
410 



May 10 I 7C3 



410 
465 
400 
291 
120 
206 
488 

90 
562 

01 

641 



39 
40 

40 
39 



39 
41 



41 



223 
86 

1161 

748 

203 
1432 
474 
1185 
518 
G68 
836 



3fl 


754 


41 


57 


41 


1192 


41 


502 


38 


1272 


39 


1016 


41 


475 


41 


G82 


41 


969 



485 
1270 

251 
989 



307 



1211 
1122 



709 



39 


905 


41 


518 


40 


1100 


40 


1411 


40 


1411 


39 


817 


39 


1333 


38 


1420 


38 


732 


38 


905 


40 


454 


38 


732 


38 


1272 


40 


751 


3S 


lllli 


3- 


500 


41 


ii;i; 


38 


788 


38 


485 


40 


est 


39 


48 



39 



glO 39 



909 



G22 



60 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of paten tees— Continued. 



Jfame, residence, and invention. 



No. 



374.011 



Clark, D. W., et al. (See Slote, 'William, assignor.) 

Clark, Dallas P., Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half to R.Voso NewYork N Y Leaf- 
spring _ 

Clark, Dan W., Dodgeville, "Wis. Dental mandrel and "disk" '^'4^ 

Clark, Daniel W. (See Nichols and Clark.) : 

Clark, David 0. (See Dow, Edward E., assignor.) 

Clark, D wight S., Carnbridgeport, assignor td'W. H. Eorhes, Boston, Mass. Angular paper 



box 
Clark, Dwight S., Carnbridgeport, assignor to W. H. Forbes, Boston* Mass." Angular paper 



355, SG2 

336,747 
375,125 



126 
00-1 



303,110 

303,804 

364,215 

3C9,31G 

371.550 
300,418 



359,429 
358,591 
306,458 



308,192 
350,099 



359,8-4r. 



Clark, Dwight S., Carnbridgeport, assignor to W. H/Forbea/Boston'MaVa.'Maiaufeetiire' 
01 books and pamphlets > 

Clark, Dwight S., Carnbridgeport, assignor to W.H.' Forbes, ~Bo~s"ton~,~Mass. * ink-fountain 
for printing-presses 

Clark, Dwight S., Cambridge, and W. C. Wendte", "Lancaster," "as's'i'gnors" to' W.'il." Eorhes",' 

Boston. Mass Cliromatie-printing machine ') 

Clark, Edward L., Pittsburg, Pa. Bale-tie hook - 

Clark, Edward L., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of bale-tie hooks 

Clark, Edward L., Pittsburg. Pa. Gas-furnace 

Clark, Ellen H., et al. (See Norcross, Andrew D., assignor ) 

Clark, Elisha W., Sentaffy, Ela. Cotton-chopper 

Clark Emma T. L., London, county of Middlesex, England. Hardening "and" p'reYcrvin""' 

plaster-of pans casts and molds and making them impervious to water &c 

Clark, Emri W., Nashua, N. 11. Eishing-buoy 

Clark, Ernest P., assignor of part to A. E. Applegate and J. h" Seymour, New" York" "n Y 

Electric motor ' 

Clark, Ezra ^Northampton Mass. Vertical compound balanced" duniexpiVrnping-engine 

Clark, I rancis L., Saratoga, Mo. Wagon-brake. . . 

Clark, Frank H. (See Gribben, John, assignor.) 

Clark, Frank M., assignor to T. Hawley, Boston, Mass. Saw-horse 

Clark, George M., Higganum, Conn. Thrust-bearing journal-box 

Clark, George M., Higganum, Conn. Potato-digger ' laoi'in 

Clark, George M., Higganum, Conn. Reversible sulky-plow . ' 3fi7 188 

Clark, George M., Higganum, Conn. Disk-harrow ... Wir.-i 

Clark, George M.. Chicago, 111. Lamp ' 

Clark. George M J. B. Wallace, and J. H. Kindlen, assignors' "to" G."m". Clark & "Co.","c'bi- 

cago, III. Lantern-frame 

Clark, George P., Windsor Locks, Conn. AdjustabiehubforVentilating-faus." 

Clark, George W. (See McDonnell and Mallen, assignors.) 
Clark, George Z., Topeka, Kans. Lubricator for steam machinery 

inisui^ -^ Valve-operating mecii- 

Clark, Henry M. (See Camp, Julius F., assignor.) 

Clark, Henry W. (See Clark, Janies, assignor.) 

Clark, Herbert A., Attleborough, Mass. Cuff-fastener 

Clark, Herbert M. (See Swan," Henry C, assignor ) 

Clark, Hiram. Syracuse, N. Y. Countersink 

Clark, HulbeitH, Danville. 111. Fracture apparatus 
Clark, J. D.. et al. (See Sloto. William, assignor.) 
Clark, J. H. (See Meston, Alexander W., assignor.) 
Clark, J. Hinckley, et al. (See Frishmuth, William, assignor ) 

Clark, James, assignor to HW Clark, Medina, N. Y. Oscillating steam-engine 3 

Clark, James H., Chicago, 111. Sewer 6 WLs 

Clark, James T., Denver, Colo. Nut-lock "3-711- 

Clark, James W., Etna. Ohio. Post-hole digger 35833> 

Clark, Jeremiah G., and E. W. Haynes, Franklin Falls, N. H. " Grate-shaker 

Clark, John, assignor of one-half to M. Gilmartin, Green Point, N. Y Pipe-wrench 

Clark, John, assignor of one-half to M. Gilmartin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pipe-wrench 

Clark, John C, assignor to C. C. Clark. Deep River, and C. T. Ward, New Haven," Conn". 

Device for applying foot-power to crank-wheels 

Clark, John F., Montrose, Minn. Car-brake 

Clark, John H., and J. Lines, assignors to Scoviil" Manufacturing "Company". "Water'hui 

Conn. \V ick-tube r ■" 



303.304 
367,595 



300,714 
359.131 



373,27 



358,731 
369,839 



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301.345 
350, 9M> 

307,590 

35:1,559 
301,201 



Clark, John K., assignor to M. K. Clark, Buffalo, N. Y. 



368,753 

358,144 



371,033 

Eailway-tio 302,008 

Clark, John L., Bangor. Mo. Book -holder 302000 

Clark, John W., Jones Valley, Tenn. Cultivator '■>,{« 0"- 

Clark, John W., Hamilton, Ohio. Fence inachinery 

Clark, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Metallic railwav tie and" chair 

Clark, Lyman L, et al. (See Norcross, Andrew D., assignor ) 

Clark, Lyman W., Albany, Oreg. Cutter mechanism fofreapers ! 374 397 

Clark, Mary K. (See Clark, John K., assi<nior ) , ' 

Clark, Michael M., and P. McKernan, SheSandoah, Pa. Overshoe ! 371 73s 

Clark, Nicholas P, Lincoln, B. I., and H. D. Stone, assignors to E. B. Seaver, Boston " Mass", 'l y 

Sole-laying machine ' ' Ifip m 

Clark, Norman, Sterling, 111. Magnifying-jilass 3624SI2 

Clark, Norman, Sterling, 111. Dental 'plugger. . . 3i;sV,3 

Clark, Norman, Sterling, HI. Latch. ... . . 373'jfS 

Clark, Kichard, Camden, assignor to W. Coffin, Ashland", N. J. Car-coupling" '.'.".".".'.'.'.". "... 3G0,G57 

Clark, Walter, New York, N. Y. Photographic camera : 301,672 

Clark, Walter, New York, N. Y. Photographic camera IGl'fiTi 

Clark, Walter, New York, N. Y. Box-lock... ^nia 

C ar £. ^", ter B-. Covington, Ky. Automatic brake.".".'"""" 
Clark, Willard D., et al. (See Connctt and White assign 
Clark, William N., Jr. (See Hardv and Clark.) ' ° 
Clark, William P., et. al. (See Pelton, Oeor<io M assignor ) 

n ai , k ' w-ir ara ^- 1 M ;' dford . Mas <>" Draft-tube for effervescing drinks 358 050 

S! ar , k '^} 1 1 ? am ?-' Elb . ert011 - Ga - n-aml.p.wer for sewing-machines..... 368 379 

W™w ■' ass 'S nor ol »'>e-half to X. Al. Swift, Elberton, Ga. Combined plow ami" 

nan o w * „ .„ r . ( . 

Clark, William T., Biirlingame, Kans. Marking-tag 'wi'qRT 

Clark, William W. (See Bingham. Samuel J. assizor j " ' 

Clarke, Charles L., East Orange, N. J. Iusulat.iug"tube for electric conductors 358 592 



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61 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and iuvontion. 



Clarke, Charles I,., East Orango, X. J., assignor to Tclomoter Company, of New Fork. 
Electric-clock system ,-.---;-■-.- ; 

Clarke Christopher, Northampton, Mass. Lawn-weedmg unplemont 

Clarke' David W., Tidioute, Pa. Window-sash 

Clarke' F. Do Witt, et at. (Sec Whipple, Honry D.. assignor.) 

Clarke George II. (See Delano, John W., assignor.) 

Clarke. Greville E., Kacine, "Wis. Nut-tock... „.-..--- -....- 

Clarke Greville E . and F. Harbndge, Kacine, A\ is. Nut-lock 

Clarke John L., Baltimore, Md. Backing for plastering - 

Clarke, Peter. (See Reed. William T, assignor.) 

Clarke. Reuben, assignor of two-thirds to W. F. Munro, Toronu , Ontario, Canada. Danger 
for sliding doors and windows -. - ---- A"V-" V". i e" "■"iV " 

Clarke, Thomas, Truro, and II. C. Williams, Hopewell, Nova Scotia, Canada. Spindle- 
driving mechanism for spinning-machines - - - - - 

Clarke William, GrandRapids, Mich. Device for hitching animals 

Clarke,' William II. (See Butler and Clarke.) 

( 'larke William P. , Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Spool-holder 

Clarke "William P., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Scarf-holder 

Clarkson George H. (See Dougherty, Tiberias, assignor.) 

Chirks m, William II. (So i Moulton and Clarkson.) 

Clason Louis T.. Springfield, Ohio. Wagon-body - 

Class, John, Canton, Ohio. Seesaw and merry-go-round 

Class John Canton, Ohio. Removable saw-tooth - 

Clator, John E., Wheeling, W. Va. Extensible ladder ......... 

Claud-Mantle, Joseph G., Antwerp, Belgium. Apparatus for placing and obtaining Uio 

mean value of ordinates ----------•-.---. :: "A","- W-" 'i U ' 'i ; 

Claudy Christ assignor of one-half to A. J. Seller, Cincinnati, Ohio. Window attachment 

Clau»uton, Rodolpho, Washington, D. C. Furniture-caster - 

C'laus, Charles II. T., St. Louis, Mo. Wardrobe 

Clausen Charles C. New York, N. Y. Eurnace for malt-kilns 

Clauss, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Vegetable and fruit grater 

Clauss, Frederick, Elizabeth, N. J. Shears ... ............... ......^-..... ...... 

Claussen, Edward E., Hartford, Conn., assignor to F. W. Lembach and C. A.Wolle, Beth- 

Claussen, Edward E„ Hartford, Coun., assignor to F. W. Leinbach and C. A.Wollo, Beth- 
lehem, Pa. Paper-bag machine . i - - - - - - - - 

Clawson Clement C. Newark, N. J., assignor to United States Machine and Inventions 
Company of New York. Automatic weighing and package-filling machine 

Clawson Clement C, Newark, N. J., assignor to United States Machine aud Inv 
Company of New York. Automatic weighing and package-filling machine 

Clawson Ciement C, Newark, N. J., assignor to United States Machine and Inventions 
Company, of New York. Feeding mechanism for automatic weighing and package-nlling 

Clawson Clement C.. Newark, N. J., assignor to United States Machine and Inventions 
Company of New York. Automatic weighing and package-filling machine 

Clawson, Clement C, Newark, N. J., assignor to United States Machine and Inventions/ 
Company, of New York. Recording weighing-machine S 

Clawson, William S. (See Dennis and Clawson.) . 

Clay, Moses W., Neosho, Mo., assignor of one-third to J. A. Baldwin, Chicago, 111. Sew- 
ing-machine '- -- - - - - - - - - - - " -. - - --■ - - - - - - ■ - - 

Clay Robert J., Jeisey City, N. J., and W. Hanson, Brooklyn, assignors to New York 
Standard Watch Company, New York, N. Y. Escapement for time-pieces 

Claypool, Albert, Toledo, Ohio. Gas or vapor heating apparatus 

Claypool, Albert, Toledo, Ohio. Medicine-cabinet 

Clayton George W.. et al. (See Loftus, James, assignor.) 

Clayton, Henry H, Hyde, county of Chester, England. ^ Machine for winding laps of cot- 



No. 



367,960 
357.90'! 
370,930 



rentions 



Lamp-stove . 



ton, &c 
Clayton, Herbert, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Clayton, John, Wadena, Minn. Wheel-plow. 

Clayton, Nicholas J., Galveston, Tex. Composition to be used as a non-conductor of beat 

and for other purposes - - 

Clayton, William E., Huntington, Ind. Pipe wrench and cutter... 

Clayton' William H., Villa Rica, Ga. Sewing-machine motor 

Clearwater, G. A., et al. (See Howe, Thomas B., assignor.) 

Cleary, James IC, Washington, D. C. Necktie or cravat fastening 

Clean ' James K., Washington, D. C. Show stand or case 

Clean . John II., et al. (See Titcomb, George 0., assignor.) 
Cleavclaud, Charles F. (See Spinner, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Cleaveland, John B., Indianapolis, Ind. Wire-stretcher .' 

Cleaveland, John B., Indianapolis, Ind. Wire-stretcher 

Cleaveland, Wallace W. , Marshall, Mich. Car-seat rest 

Cleaver, David, Lebanon, Ky. Wire-stretcher ' 

Cleaver Julia W.. et al. (See Lambertson, Spofford W., assignor.) 
Cleaver, William P., et al. (See Lambertson, Spofford W., assignor.) 
Clelland, L., et al. (See Pfister, Lewis, assignor.) 

Clement, Charles E., Nashua, N. H. Printing-press 

Clement, James. (See Kenton, Levi C, assignor.) 

Clement, John F., Philadelphia, Pa. Impact-tool 

Clement, Nelson, Chicago, 111. Holder for pens and pencils 



363,534 
359,132 

374,820 



375,200 

375,005 
366,641 



359,430 
308,380 



368,754 
368,652 

369,919 
362,009 

3."")9,499 
375.34 1 
303,047 
363,595 
370. 931 
366,459 
302,572 

303,500 

374,345 

300,510 

300,511 

300,512 

360,513 
306,303 



300,087 



350.189 
300,509 



309,590 



355,508 
372,518 

304,899 



309,099 
304,090 
304,216 



Clement, Nelson, Chicago, 111. Ore-pulverizer 

Clemeson, George A. (See Johnson and Clemeson.) 

Clemmer, George H., Arcanum, Ohio. Fodder-press - 

demons, George F., Springfield, Mass. Differential hoisting-machino 

Clemons, Henry, Castalia, Ohio. Double-acting bolt ........ . . . . - . - . . - 

Clemson, George N., and W. Millspaugh, assignor to Wheeler, Madden & Clemson Manu- 
facturing Company, Middletown, N. Y. Tool-holder 

Gierke, Alfred A. (See Stuntz and Clerke.) 

Clerke, Helen G., et al, executors. (See Stuntz and Clerke.) 

Cleveland, Charles A., Worcester, Mass. Steam-packing - - 

Cleveland Charles E., and J. Hanson, Fort Wayne, Ind. Offset for saw-mill carriages . . . 



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309,044 



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375,127 
364,900 
363,805 



350,867 

304,481 
350,524 

357, 3G9 

371,739 
372,839 
373,338 

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25 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued, 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cleveland Target Company. (See Damm, Fredrick C, assignor.) 
Cleveland Target Company. (See Hebbard, Charles C, assignor.) 
Click, AVilliam, Auburn, Ind. Feed- water neater 



Cliff, Edward, Oswego, assignor of one-half to R. Voso, New York, N. Y. Vehicle-spring. 

Cliff, Walter, "Wortley, near Leeds, England, assignor to J. L. Mott Iron Works New 
York, N. Y. Bath-tub '. 

Clifford, Dennis M. (See Haynes, Warren H., assignor.) 

Clifford, Isidore E., London, county of Middlesex, England. Shaft for screw-propellers 

Clifford, John, assignor to L. Wolff Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Water-closet. 

Clifford, John, assignor to L. Wolff Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 

Clifford, John, assignor to L. Wolff Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 

Clifford, Johu, assignor to L. Wolff Manufacturing Company, Chicago', 111. 
supply-tank 

Clifford', John M., assignor to G-., Jr., and J. B. Reid, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Lumber- 
rule 



Urinal-stall 

Ball-cock 

Water-closet 



Clifford, Patrick, and J. Coupal, Wollaston, Mass. Machine for grooving wire 

Clift, James S., et al. (See Eelt and King, assignors.) 

Clifton, Edward, Lowell, Mass. Oven for tempering wire, &c 

Climax Fuse Company. (See Andrews, Albert F., assignor.) 
Climax Fuse Company. (See Saunders, George A., assignor.) 
Climenson, William AY (See Yintree and Climenson.) 

Cline, Frank X., and A. Cornstadt, Portland, Oreg. Book holder and cover 

Cline, George J., Goshen, Ind. Brush-handle attachment 

Cline, George J., assignor of one-half to W. K Lehman, Goshen, Ind. Fence-machine 

Cline, George J., assignor of one-half to W. B. Lehman, Goshen, Ind. Road-cart 

Cline, George J., assignor to L. H. and J. M.Noble. Goshen, Ind. Brush-handle attachment 
Cline, Jacob R. (See Moats, Andrew F., assignor.) 
Cline, Lincoln P. (See Chamberlain and Cline.) 

Cline, Theodore S., Detroit, Mich. Organ- valve 

Clingman, George F.. Chicago, 111. Combination bureau and cheval glass 

Clinton, Charles M., Ithaca, assignor to C. C. Bradley, Syracuse, N.Y. Railway time-sig- 
nal _ 

Clinton, 
Clinton, 
Clinton, 
Clinton 
Clinton 
Clinton 
Clinton 
Clinton 
Clisbee, 



Charles W., New York, N. Y. Counter-gate for banks, &c 

Miles L., assignor to S. C. Clinton, Ithaca, N. Y. Steam-boiler. 

Sarah C. (See Clinton, Miles L., assignor.) 

Wire Cloth Company. (See Lee, Orange S., assignor.) 

(See Sawyer, Caleb K., assignor.) 
(SeeScarles, Benjamin, assignor.) 
(See Steward, Joseph M., assignor.) 
(See Swinscoe, Charles, assignor.) 



Wire Cloth Company. 
Wire Cloth Company. 
Wire Cloth Company. 
Wire Cloth Company. 



Clarence E., Boston, Mass. Insulated can. 



Clokey, Josiah M. , Decatur, 111. Branch conduit for electrical conductors 

Close, G. Albertus, Bridgeport, Conn. Dress-shield and making the same 

Close, G. Albertus, assignor to T. P. Taylor, Bridgeport, Conn. Dress-shield and making 
the same - 

Close, Walter R., assignor of one-fourth to A. J. Chapman, Bangor, Me. Wind-engine 

Close, Walter R., assignor of one-fourth to A. J. Chapman, Bangor, Me. Automatic regu- 
lating device for power-transmitters 

Closs, Gotthold. (See Schnurmann and Closs.) 

Closs, Peter, Cambridgeport, and J. A. Hearn, Boston, Mass.: said Closs and Hearn as- 
signors to said Hearn. Pocket memorandum or other book with detachable cover 

Clother. Jane A., Cumberland, Wis. Combined heating and cooking stove 

Cloud, J. A. (See Howard, Edmund I., assignor.) 

Cloud, John W., Altoona, Pa. Railway-signal lantern 

Cloud, John W., Altoona, Pa. Car- wheel 

Cloud, John W., Altoona, Pa. Fire-extinguishing appliance 

Cloud, John W., Buffalo, N. Y. Car-axle box 

Cloud, John W.. Buffalo. N. Y. Car-wheel. (Reissue) 

Cloud, Robert W., Van Buren. Ohio. Railway-switch 

Cloud, William J., Junction City, Tex. Warning-strip for wire fences 

Cloudman, Francis A., Cumberland Mills, Me., assignor to S. D. Warren &. Co., Boston, 
Mass. Clearer for pulp-screens 

Clough, Edwin R., and E. M. Flynn, Lebanon, Mo. Fire-kiudler 

Clough, Joseph. (See Baker, James M., assignor.) 

Clongh & Warren Organ Company. (See Harper and Hoover, assignors.) 

Clough, Willard E., assignor of two-thirds to P. Pethick, Concord, N. H., and C. D. Austin, 
Bronkline, Mass. Cutting apparatus for mowers 

Clough, William P., Boston, assignor of one-half to G. F. Loring and S. Z. Bowman, Somcr- 
ville, Mass. Photograph -card - 

Clough, William R., New York, N.Y. AVire screw 

Clouse. Joseph N., Toledo, Ohio. Vehicle-wheel 

Clow, Daniel, Janesville, Wis. Transplanter for tobacco and other plants 

Clow, George S., North Indianapolis, Ind. Scythe-snath coupling 

Clow, Henry A., Des Moines, Iowa. Wire-barbing machine 

Clow, Thomas C. (See Quinby and Clow.) 

Clow, Thomas C, assignor of one-half to H B. Quinby, Lake Village, N.H. Making stock- 
ings and hose 

Clow, William M., East Wheatland, 111. Wire-fence stay... ............. ... "..".'.".'. 

Cluever, Henry. (See Thelen and Cluever.) 

Cluse, William, Tottenham Court Road, county of Middlesex, England. Fire-escape 

Clute, Maus V., St. Charles, 111. Stove-truck 

Cluthe, Charles, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Truss 

Coale, Joseph M., and W. Brumble, Baltimore, Md. Seal-lock ..........'. 

Coate, Henry C. (See Jay and Coate.) 

Coats, Harry A., Newark, N. J. Apparatus for cooking starch 

Coats, Henry C, and J. Jay; said Coats assignor to M. W. Lauver and M. T. Anewelt. 
Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Fence _ 

Cobb, Alphonso H., Rockland, Me. Fountain-pen '. " 

Cobb, Benjamin P., Odessa,, Mo. Paper-bag reel .'....'.._"".. 

Cobb, Benjamin P., Odessa, Mo. Chicken-coop ' .* 

Cobb, Henry B., Wilmington, Del. Skate-roller 



No. 



356, b68 
370,610 

363,048 

373,339 
357,908 
358,651 
359,059 

360,658 

367,365 
371,424 

356,350 



370,244 
365,329 
363,316 
363,727 
368,070 



362,061 
367,597 

357,065 
375,532 
372,519 



358,732 
361,265 
360,143 

373,273 

366,204 

308,570 



371,425 
367,133 



355,436 

355,681 
360,998 
370,449 
10.869 
375,048 
367,893 



356.926 
373,340 



Date- 



Feb. 1 

Sept. 27 

May 17 

Nov. 15 
Feb. 15 
Mar. 1 

Mar. 8 

Apr. 5 

Aug. 2 
Oct. 11 

Jan. 18 



Sept. 20 
June 21 
May 17 
May 24 
Aug. 9 



May 
Aug. 



Feb. 1 
Dec. 27 

Nov. 1 



Mar. 1 
Apr. 19 
Mar. 29 

Nov. 15 
July 12 

Aug. 23 



Oct. 11 

July 26 



•Tan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 



Feb. 1 

Nov. 15 



300,374 Alar. 29 



370,727 
363,597 
366,620 
371,426 
360,561 

361,928 



358,383 
368,459 

370,085 
371,924 
364,482 
375,668 

374,346 

357,979 



Sept. 27 
May 24 
Ji.l'v 12 
Oct'. 11 
Apr. 5 

Apr. £6 



Feb. 22 
Aug. 16 

Sept. 27 
Oct. 25 
June 7 
Dec. 27 

Dec. 6 



Feb. 
357,176 Feb, 



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volume. 



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355,973 
372,966 
357,579 



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Nov. 
Feb. 



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180 
18C6 

1398 

1599 

1693 

344 

930 

379 

17 
978 

1510 



1341 
1635 
1757 

2358 
1005 



11 
349 

454 

1931 

339 



461 
1266 
2615 

1500 
619 

1783 



979 
1892 

186 

528 

877 
1646 

607 
1281 

813 

25? 
1600 



2951 

2074 

2105 

1195 

981 

249 

2205 



2364 
1630 

2001 

1703 

392 

2136 

252 

1798 
646 

977 
1031 
1224 



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1504 

370 

422 

441 

83 

238 

96 

4 
255 

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358 
427 
460 
612 

284 



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99 

120 

506 

93,94 



112 
323 
324 
663 

396 
169 

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255 
512 

50 
139 
221 
439 
156 
334 
219 

70 
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550 

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320 

256 

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441 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



63 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly | Official 
volume. I Gazette. 







Cobb Rollin A., et al. (See Wiufield, William ('., assignor.) 

Cobb, Kollin A., Warren, Ohio. Tubular lantern ------. - 

Cobb, Kollin A., Warren, Ohio. Tubular lantern. (Reissue) 

Cobb, Thomas M., Grand Kaphls. Mich. Bee-hive 

Coblens, Isidore. (See Stern, William A., assignor.) 

Coburn, Azro A., assignor to Coburn-Taylor Manufacturing Company, Holyoke, Mass. 

Machine for cut ting rags, &0 - ■ : :\:"'l"Vi"\"'l ■" 

Coburn GilmauK., Chelsea, Mass. Mold lor molding heels for boots or shoes 

Coburn! Henry, et al. (Se^Byrkit, Edwin M., assignor.) 

Coburn, Lemuel, IlolvoUe, Mass. Trolley-track 

Coburn-Taylor Manufacturing Company. (See Coburn, Az.ro A., assignor.) 

Cochard, Alexander, and ,T. Gauo. New York, N. Y. Shutter-fastener 

Cochran, Andrew. (See Logan, William P., assignor.) 

Cochran, Harry B. (See Denney, Samuel L. assignor.) „,,,_...„ , . 

Cochran! Loyal T., Allegheny City, Pa., and W. I. Lindsay, Cleveland, Ohio. Furnace fuel- 

i*Gcdcr ...._-._-..-..---------- — ....-....- — .- — - - .-.-------•------■•---------•I 

Cochran William A., Ediuburg, assignor of two-thirds to H. G. Solomon, Hope, and J. j 

Wintrode, Huntington, Ind. Apparatus for making fences ...---.-.---- . 

Cochrane James, Derby Township, county of Gray, Ontario, Canada. YV agon-box 

Cochrane, William F. '(See Smith and Cochrane.) 

Cocker Peter, assignor of one-half to T. Dolan, R. W lUiams, Jr., C. H. Salmon, and J. I . 

Truitt, Philadelphia, Pa, Cutting attachment for looms ....-.....---..- 
Cockshutt James G., deceased; E.H.Bond, Washington, B.C., administrator. Ruling-plow. 
Coddington, Frank J. .assignor to W.E.Coddington and M.Popp, Lake View, HI. Elevator- | 

apron for harvesters "---_; : - - v. V " " V : i" 

Coddington Robert, New York. N. Y. Steam-heatmg apparatus for railway-cars 

Coddington' William E., et al. (See Coddington. Frank J., assignor.) 

Codling, Robert B., Bristol, Conn. Polishing-inaehmo j 

Cody William F., et al. (See Patterson, Arthur H., assignor.) 

Coo, Daniel E., Trenton, N. J. Making worsted yarns, &o 

Coenen, John. (See George, William E., assignor.) 

Coes Loring, Worcester, Mass. Adjustable pipe-tongs . 

Coes Loring, Worcester, Mass. Process of and apparatus for treating sewage 

Cofi'a'n, Samuel P. (See North, William F., assignor.) 

Colleen, HattieS., Homer, 111. Dress-shield 

Coflin, Francis A., Indianapolis, Ind. Writing-desk . . .... . . 

Coffin Francis A., assignor to Indianapolis Cabinet Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Lctter- 



355,385 Jan. I 

L0.841 June 7 

3~5,i>61 j Dec. 20 



124 

586 
1571 



359,846 ' Mar. 22 21 -"J 
364,217 Juno 7 26 



365,240 ! June 21 HON 
365,795 July 5 47 

368,813 Aug. 23 j 2125 



364,390 
360,562 

361,929 
359,125 j 

369,164 j 
372,061 j 

373,862 

361,206 

306,379 i 
368,071 ! 



file. 



Coffin" John! Johnstown, Pa. Process of and apparatus for toughening steel axles. ... 

Coffin, John, Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Cambria Iron Company, of Pennsylvania. Mann-, 
fact'ure of forged car-wheels - --;---- - ,- ;--,:- y ' :,"■".- - ." ' 

Coffin, John, assignor to Cambria Iron Company, Johnstown, Pa. Apparatus for iacilitat-i 
ing the cooling of railway-rails - - ■--'. 

Coffin, Judson H., et al. (See Videto, Theodore H., assignor.) 

Coffin, MelvinH., Boston, Mass. Voting-machine 

Coffin, William. (See Clark, Richard, assignor.) 

Coffin, William H. (See Hunger, Theodore, assignor.) 

Coffman, Jacob H., Philadelphia, Pa. Rail way -tie 

Coffman, Lewis C. (See Wood, Newel B., assignor.) 

Cogger, William B., Minneapolis, Minn. Door-hanger 

Co^o-er William B., and H. A. Hamlin, Minneapolis, Minn. Door-hanger 

Coggsh'all, H. F. (See Gates, Eugene N, assignor.) 

Coghill, John C, and C. H. Unselt, Paducah, Ky. Combined fertilizer-dropper and hill- 
fbrmer for tobacco-plants - 

Cogswell, Mortimer C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Grinding-mill ----■-.- 

Coo-swell, William B., Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus for cooling saline solutions 

Cohen, BarnetS., London, England. Pencil-sharpener 

Cohen, Charles, assignor to H. Cohen, Gloversville, N. Y. Vehicle attachment for carry- 
ing oil-cans, &c 

Cohen, Helen. (See Cohen, Charles, assignor.) 

Cohen, Morris R. (See Blumenthal and Steele, assignors.) 

Cohen, Stanley A., New York, N. Y. Playing-card.-. 

Cohn, Albert L. (See Mitchell, Frederick J., assignor.) 

Colin, Leopold A. (See Wise. Morris, assignor.) 

Cohn, Moritz, New York, N. Y. Dress-skirt spring 

Cohn, Sigmund, Milwaukee, Wis. Cigar-box - 

Coignot, Edmond, Paris, France. Apparatus for the preparation of concrete 

Cokely, Michael. (See Wheeler and Cokely.) (Reissue.) 
Coker, Frank A. (See Aubrey, James M., assignor.) 

Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. Grain-hinder 

Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Colahan, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. 



363,989 
356,449 

365.433 
367,961 

357,980 
368,132 

373,814 

369,591 

375,342 

357,580 



June 7 
Apr. 5 

Apr. 26 
Mar. 8 

Aug. 30 
Oct. 25 

Nov. 29 

Apr. 19 

July 12 

Aug. 9 

May 31 
Jan. 25 

June 28 
Aug. 9 

Feb. 15 
Aug. 9 

Nov. 29 

Sept. 6 

Dec. 27 
Feb. 15 



257 
251 



2207 
1018 

2616 
1911 

2412 

1267 

859 

10G6 

2742 
1654 

1797 
915 

1799 
1144 

2318 

381 

1G83 
1225 



33 
157 
412 



534 

8 

394 

14 

563 

73 
62 



573 
263 



492 



C48 



Grain-hinder 

Grain-hinder 

Harvester and hinder 

Grain-binder 

Oil-lamp 

,,,,.,,,,, . Grain-binder 

Colahan', Charles', Cleveland, Ohio, and F. P. Rosback, Chicago, HI. ; said Rosback assignor 

to said Colahan . Grain-binder 

Colam, William N. (See Nelson and Colam.) 

Colbow, William J., etal. (Se Bowman, William M., assignor.) 

Colburn, Charles H. (See Daggett, John C, assignor.) 

Colburn, Frank D. (See Ruberg, Nelson C, assignor.) ■_.-.,.„ « , ^ TT 

Colburn, Irving W., Fitchbnrg, Mass., assignor to H. Van Winkle & Co., Newark, N. J. 

Electrical resistance-board - - 

Colby, Caleb K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Watch-movement box 

Colby & Co., J. (See Lew, Abraham, assignor.) 

Colby, Edward B., Brooklyn. N. Y. Heating-stove 

Colby, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Pneumatic bell 

Colby, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Umbrella 

Colby, Edward J. , Chicago, HI. Watchman's time-recorder 



360,205 LMar. 29 | 2707 
367,189 July 26 
362,938 May 17 
370,182 Sept. 20 



362,358 



360,659 



357,370 
372,119 

369,920 



358,918 

358,919 

358,920 

358,922 
361,346 
363,284 
369,693 

358,921 



372,012 
355,509 



May 3 



1965 
1241 
1263 

399 



Apr. 5 ; 381 



Feb. 8 I 897 
Oct. 25 2003 

Sept. 13 857 



230 
285 

711 
433 

468 
247 
471 
472 
^303 
;304 

621 



106 



442 
322 



684 
531 
330 
335 

110 



Mar. 8 

Mar. 8 

Mar. 8 

Mar. 8 
Apr. 19 
May 17 
Sept. 13 

Mar. 8 



Oct. 25 1826 
Jan. 4 277 



751 

752 
753 

755 
1373 
1713 

526 

754 



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513 

(226 
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t 187 

187 

(187 

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1098 

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399 

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338 

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415 

1205 



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1047 
1018 

38 ] 1048 

39 I 271 

39 I 810 

40 I 1144 



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374,939 Dec. 20 
357,699 i Feb. 15 
359,431 I Mar. 15 



1128 
1398 
1455 



! 359,999 ] Mar. 29 2363 



473 
73 

295 

j 368 

372 

(595 

) 596 



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38 , 1186 

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64 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, rosidonce, and invention. 



Colby, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Whip-lock 

Colby, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Electric alarm-clock 

Colby, Edward J., Chicago, 111. Toy locomotive 

Colby, Eva, administratrix. (See Colby, John D.) 

Colby, John D., deceased; E. Colby, administratrix, Lowell, Mass. Spinning-spindle and 
bolster therefor 

Colby, John W., Ponacook, N. H., assignor of one-fourth to C. A. Cotterill, "Washington, 
D.C. Mechanical telephone 

Colcord, Otis J!., Greenville, 111. Butting attachment for harvesters 

Cold well, Thomas, Newburg, N. T. Brush-trimming machine 

Colo, Albert J., "Waterloo, Iowa. Music-leaf turner 

Colo, Ashley D., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Turbine wheel 

Cole, Gary O., assignor of one-half to "W. E. Henesley, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Automatic cigar- 
selling machine 

Cole, Charles B. (See Cook, George W., assignor.) 

Cole, E. C. (See Tyler, Aaron J., assignor.) 

Colo, E verett L., Chicago, 111. Safety -hatch for elevators 

Cole, Erederick W., Newton, Mass., assignor to Gamewell Eire Alarm Telograph Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Signal-box , 

Cole, ifenry B., Riverside, Cat. Tree-prop 

Cole, James L. . ct al. (See Harding, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Cole, James W.,Greencastle, Ind. Multiple subsidiary ground terminal for lightning-rods. 

Cole, Sidney W., Centre Road Station, Pa. Saw-mill dog ' 

Cole, Thomas II., East Albany, N. Y. Reciprocating printing-machine 

Cole, Wesley, Detroit, Mich.,' assignor to H. R. Vandercook and E. N. Tucker, Chicago, 
111. Support for elliptic springs 

Cole, William R., assignor of one-half to E. Edwards, Detroit, Mich. Store-servico 

Colo, "William R., and J. E. "Wyman, Detroit, Mich. Elevated railway 

Coleman, Ambrose B., Otterville, Ontario, assignor of one-half to J. W. Lang, Toronto, 
Canada. Manufacturing horse-collars, <tc '. 

Coleman, Benjamin T., and C. Howard, nubbard, Tex. Rotary cultivator. 

Coleman, Edward G., St. John's, Newfoundland. Electric house-bell 

Coleman, Erancis W., Rodney, Miss. Carrier for ash-pans 

Coleman, Mary Y., Atlanta, 'Ga. Cutting and (itting garments 



Coleman, Minor S., Cotopaxi, Colo. Baling-press 

Coleman Patent Candy Mould ManufacturingCompany. (SeeColeman, Walter E., assignor.) 

Coleman, Walter E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of candies, toy confections, &c. 

Coleman, Walter E., Brooklyn, assignor to Coleman Patent Candy Mould Manufacturing 

Company, New York, N. Y. Mold to bo used in the manufacture of candy : 

Coleman, William S , A. C. Armentrout, and G. P. Sweitzer; said Armootrout assignor,? 

by mesne assignments, to E. C. Haysler, Salisbury, Mo. Bow-spring rest for carriages < 

Coles, Henri H., Philadelphia, Pa. Grinding-mill. 

Coles, Henri H., Philadelphia, Pa. Grinding-mill 

Coles, Henri H., Philadelphia, Pa. Fastening for runners of grinding-mills 

Colladay, Joseph 0. (See Titus, Charles W., assignor.) 

Collamore, Robert G. S., Boston, Mass. Locomotive-tender 



No. 



363,990 

1570,932 
373,223 



357,000 

371,551 
301,397 
358,847 
370,855 
304,801 



308,871 



372,744 
305,305 



558,017 



302.002 
371,552 
370,245 



Collo, Edouard. (See Marey and Colle.) 

Colics, Edward G. T., Chicago, 111. Feed-water heater 

Colics, Edward G. T., Chicago, HI. Feed-water heater and purifier 

Collet, Yictor C, Hohen Solms, La. Bridle 

Collett, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Mayor, Lane & Co. Brass Works, New York, N. Y. 
Water-closet tank ' 

Colley, "Walter W., Camberwell, London, county of Surrey, England. Machine ior num- 
bering papers 

Colley, Walter AY, Camberwell, London, England. Machine for cutting aEd winding 



paper . 



Colley, Walter W., Camberwell, London, England. Machinery for unreeling, perforating, } 

and rereeling paper into rolls, &e ' \ 

Colliau, Yictor, Detroit, Mich. Steam-generator 

Collicutt, George M., Elgin, New Brunswick, Canada. Bicycle 

Collier, Jacob W., Paris, 111. Machine for making wire fences 

Collier, James M. (See Downey and Collier.) 

Collier, Phoebe. (See Collier, Thomas, assignor.) 

Collier, Thomas, assignorto P. Collier, Racine, Wis. Combined clothes mangle and wringer 

Collier, William W., et al. (See Hutchinson, Edwin B., assignor.) 

Collin, Simon C, Braddock, Pa. Converter _ 

Ceilings, Edward Z., et al. (See Belisle, Robert S., assignor.) 

Collins, Asa C, Driftwood, Pa. Potato-digger 

Collins, C. L. (See Hazelton, George H , assignor.) 

Collins, Charles, Doctor Town, Ga. Shaking apparatus 

Collins, Charles J., et al. (See Goss, Edward, assignor.) 

Collins, Charles R., assignor to himself, D. A. Collins, W. and W. W. Taylor, Lafayette, 

Ind. Carburetor 

Collins, Darwin A., et al. (See Collins, Charles R., assignor.) 

Collins, Elibu P., Lawrence, Mass. Warp-beam 

Collins, Everell S., Nebraska, Pa. Circular sawing machine 

Collins, ErancisM., Troy, assignor ofone-halftoRathbone, Sard &Co., Albauy.N. Y. Stove 

cover and lifter 

Collins, George, Detroit, Mich. Tea-kettle nozzle 

Collins, George A. and J. K., and M. C. Burnside, Sleepy Eye, Minn. Excavating snow- 

sbovel 

Collins, James E., Granada, Colo. Stirrup 

Collins, John, Oakland, assignor of one-half to S. Y. Mooney, San Francisco, Cal. 

cables 



Splicinj: 



373,510 
309,772 
350,987 

374,452 
366,928 
300,600 
361,803 
357,702 

373,341 



356,450 

371,176 
302,818 



375,533 
375,534 
375,535 

371,251 

357,208 
360,207 
359,000 

365,049 

302,145 

365,790 

368,705 

356,988 
370,450 
307,t)92 



Date. 



May 31 
Oct. 4 
Nov. 15 



Feb. 1 

Oct. 18 
June. 7 
Mar. 22 
Oct. 4 
June 14 

Aug. 23 



Nov. 8 



June 28 
Feb. 22 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



May 3 
Oct. 18 
Sept. 20 

Nov. 22 
Sept, 13 
Feb. 1 

Dec. 
July 19 
Apr. 5 

Apr. 20 
Feb. 15 

Nov. 15 



Jan. 25 

Oct. 11 

May 10 

Dec. 27 

Dec. 27 

Dec. 27 

Oct, 11 

Feb. 8 

Mar. 29 

Mar. 8 



2743 
290 
1135 



•157 

1153 
258 

2121 
153 
867 

2200 



679 

1 R«7 
1815 

15 
1155 
1312 



404 
1607 

381 
2121 
1500 

1000 



1055 

030 

1060 

1932 
1934 
1935 

731 

770 

2709 

938 



June 21 j 1221 

May 3 120 

July 
Aug. 



23 

Feb. 1 
Sept. 27 
July 26 



303,800 May 31 

372,302 Nov. 1 

309,5.01 ' Sept. 

I 

306,490 July 12 



371,034 



356,823 

355, 589 

368,072 
359,001 

370,377 

308,193 



Collins, John, assignor of one-half to S. Y. Mooney, San Francisco; Cal. Splicing cables. 



Collins, John C 
Collins, John K 
Collins, John K 
Collins, John S. 
Collins, John T. 
machine . 



Chillicotbe, Ohio. Filling apparatus. 

(Seo Collins and Burnside.) 

(Seo Kitzmiller and Culley, assignors.) 
et al. (See Collins, Joshua J., assignor.) 
assignor of one-fourth to H. F. Palmer, Norwich, Conn. 



Strcot-sweopiu;: 



Oct. 4 

Fob. 1 
Jan. 4 

Aus;. 9 
Mar. 8 

Sept. 27 

Aug. 16 



4D 

1973 



342 
1047 
1830 



2471 

22 

251 

949 

430 

199 
381 

1009 
938 

1511 

1237 



711 

71 

379 



121 

300 

74 

535 

41,42 

227 

587 



180 



410 

488 



301 

358 



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028 t 170 
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500 
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39 

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71 

239 

109 

30 
102 



285 40 

239 38 

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'413 S 

331 40 



309,435 : Sept. 
371,671 i Oct. 18 
301,930 ! Apr. 20 



170 19. 50 
1321 j 342 
2207 I 573 



350,029 Jan. 11. j 1045 | 274 



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39 



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41 
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65 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



Collins, John W.. assignor of one-half to J. F. Atzell, Washington, D. C. Air-purifier and 
evaporator 

Collins, Josephs., Philadelphia, Pa. Button-hole-cording attachment for sewing-machines. 

Collins, Joshua J., assignor to himself, J. S. Collins, and W. D. S. Eodgers, Knox, Iud. 

Clot li6s-wrin tT 6r ....«..................-------- 

Collins, M. Grfor, assignor of one-half to T. H. Sweeting, G. M. Roth, and T. L. Hicks, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Vaginal expanding and cleansing instrument 

Collins, Nathaniel T., Hartford, Kans. Sulky-harrow 

Collins Samuel P., Allegheny, Pa. Tohacco-scrap breaker 

Collins, Stephen. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Link-bending machine 

Collins! Tliomas C, "Wesson, Miss. Cane-stripper 

Collins, Thomas J., assignor of one-half to A. B. Burns, Washington, D. C. Stand-pipe. . . . 

Collins, Ul vsses L., Sparta, 111. Folding seat 

Collom, Martin H., Idaho Springs, Colo. Bed-spring 

Collot, Christian F. (See Fontaine, Louis A., assignor.) 

Collyer Charles W. and W. C, Lynn, Mass. Combined wire-cutter and saw 

C'ollyerl "William C. (See Colh-er, Charles "W. and "W. C.) 

Colman, Frank B., New York, N. Y. Electrically-actuated vibrator 

Colman, James M., Newcastle, Wash. Ter. Neck-yoke swivel 

Colomb, George A., Convent, La. Artificial tooth-crown 

Colony, Charles W., Sandy Creek, N. Y. Lantern 

Colston, Frederick M., Baltimore, Md. Dust-receiver for pipes of floor-registers 

Colton, Alonzo, Oaktown, Ind. Gate _- - ■.-••-.-•■ 

Colton, Edward G., Hendon, county of Middlesex, England. Coin-operated apparatus for 

delivering a spray of perfume - 

Colton, William. (See Griffith. Eichard W., assignor.) 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See Ehbets. Carl J. 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. 

Columbia Electric Light and Motor Company. (See Reynolds, Willis H. 
Columbus Watch Company. (See Gruen, Dietrich, assignor.) 
Columbus Watch Company. (See Wheeler and Barbier, assignors.) 

Colvin, Benoni, Freeport, ill., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Luce Spring Hinge Com- 
pany, Poit Washington, Wis. Spring-hinge 

Colvin, C. Henry. (See Leland, Edwin J., assignor.) 

Colvin, Michael"R., Worcester, Mass. Casing for pipes and tubes 

Colvin, Oscar, Buchanan, Mich. Table-leaf support 

Combination Folding Bed Company. (See Levy, Isaac M„ assignor.) 

Combined Electric and Trip Bell Cord Company. (See Glasgow and Stevens, assignors.) 

Combs, Edgar S. (Seo Paine and Combs.) 

Combs, George W., Leavenworth, Kans. Feeder for mill-rolls - - 

Combs, John H. (See Sibley and Combs.) 

Combs, S. Edson, Kalamazoo, Mich. Hay and stock rack 

Comly. David B., Adena, Ohio. Stirrup 

Comerford, James. (See Comerford, William and J.) 

Comerford, William and J., Rathdrum, county of Wicklow, Ireland. Dust-collector 

Comes, Simon, New York, N. Y. Shirt 

Comfort, Francis Y., Stillwater, Minn. Movable shelving - 



Xo. : Date. 



370,529 
350,621 ! 

362,359 

365,969 

364,483 

355,590 
360,304 
374,777 
302.010 
302,720 
374,658 

358,544 



i assignor.) 
(See Franklin, William B., assignor.) 
(See Knous, Franklin F., assignor.) 
(See Thomson, John, assignor.) 
(Sea Weatherhead, Frank W., as- 

assignor.) 



Comins, Charles S., Boston, Mass. Step-ladder ■ 

Commandoer. Herman, Tomab, Wis. Sled 

Commercial Overseaming Sewing Machine and Manufacturing Company. (See Kohler, 

Charles, assignor.) 
Commercial Patent Development Company. (See RichaTdson, John D., assignor.) 
Commercial Telegram Company. (See Field, Stephen D., assignor.) 
Commercial Telegram Company. (See Healy, Clarence L., assignor.) 
Commercial Telegram Company. (See Mahnken, Henry, assignor.) 
Commercial Telegram Company. (See Mahnken and Healy, assignors.) 
Common Sense Flexible Insole Company. (See King, Charles W., assignor.) 
Compagnie Anonyme des Forges de Chatillon et Commentry. (See Evrard, Alfred, as- 
signor. ) 
Compressed Paper Box Company. (See Godfrey, Jonathan, assignor.) 
Compressed Paper Box Company. (See House, Henry, A., assignor.) 

Compter), Edwin, AVorthing, county of Sussex, England. Curtain-ring 

Compton, Henry T., etal. (See Anderson, Henry, assignor.) 

Compton, William A., Liberty Corner, N. J. Wood-embossing machine - 

Comstock, Edwin M. and E. S., Cascade Valley, N. Y. Bow-rosining attachment for violins 
Conistock, Ernest S. (See Comstock, Edwin M. and E. S.) 

Comstock, Sylvester B., Providence, R. I. Adjustable sliding screen 

Comstock, Wallace B., Allendale Center, Mich. Cutter-bar - ......... 

Comstock, William B., and A. P. Buxton, assignors to Bradley &. Hubbard Manufacturing 

Company, Meriden, Conn. Call-bell .- 

Couant, Fred H., assignor to Heywood Brothers &■ Co., Gardner, Mass. Rattan article. . . 

Conant, Hezekiah, Pawtucket, R. I. Isochronal clock 



367,270 
368,381 
360,206 
301,988 
358,733 
366,570 

374,347 



301,989 

369,773 
359,432 



373,724 
368,653 



356,748 

370,686 

360,661 

375,128 

372,967 
355,300 



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Feb. 1 

Sept. 27 

Apr. 5 

Dec. 20 

Nov. 8 
Jan. 4 



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volume. 






471 
499 
500 



Sept. 


27 


1768 


Jan. 


25 


1903 


May 


3 


400 


July 


5 


302 


Juno 


7 


393 


Jan. 
July 
Dec. 
May 
May 
Doc. 


4 
12 
13 
10 
10 
13 


382 
700 
866 
767 
927 
698 


Mar. 


1 


194 


July 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Mar. 
July 


26 
16 
29 
26 
1 
12 


2091 
1503 
2708 
2302 
462 
1119 


Dec. 


6 


£53 


Apr. 


26 


2304 


Sept 
Mar. 


13 
15 


629 

1456 


Nov. 


22 


2184 



364,752 ] June 14 



367,366 
373,645 



364,901 
367,190 

365,241 
373,583 



! Aug. 2 

i Nov. 22 

I 

j June 14 
July 26 

I 
June 21 
Nov. 22 



Astronomical clock . 



Conant, Hezekiah, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Conant, Homer W. (See Mikesh and Conant.) 

Conant, Ossian A. C, Terre Haute, Ind. Flour-packer 

Conant, Richard A. (See Stickney, Henry R., 2d, assignor.) 

Conant, Thomas P., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Electrical Accumulator Company, of ISew 

York. Automatic electric-circuit controller - - 

Conant, Thomas P., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Electrical Accumulator Company, of New 

York. Application of accumulators to electric lighting 

Conboy, Daniel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Carriage-curtain fastener 

Condit, Ezekiel C, Kansas City, Mo. Hot-air furnace 

Condit, Ezekiel.C, Kansas City, Mo. Lining for furnaces 

Condit, Ezekiel C., Kansas City, Mo. Dry closet 



363,814 Aug. 23 

371,306 Oct. 11 

367,599 Aug. 2 

360,375 Mar. 29 



373, 8S3 
304.805 
355,301 
358,545 
356,540 



Nov. 29 
June 14 
Jan. 4 
Mar. 1 

Mar. 1 



111 

80 

(106 

\ 107 

103 

205 

227 

an 

253 

184 



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565 
401 
684 
599 
113 
300 

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12 

2002 

383 

1402 

1032 
13 



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17 
2078 



1008 
1907 



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{ooo 

170 
372 



584 

504 
4 

(532 

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97 

(364 

£365 

276 

4 



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555 



264 
532 



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Gazette. 



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40 1383 
• 38 386 

39 552 



40 

>39 

'38 
40 
41 
39 
39 



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1162 

77 

151 

1226 

623 

654 



41 1192 

38 933 

40 419 
40 755 
38 1437 
450 
990 
223 



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38 
40 



41 1 1094 



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38 1186 



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66 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Condit, Ezekiel C, Kansas City, Mo. Heating-furnace 
Condit, Ezekiel C, Kansas City, Mo. Heating-furnace 
Condry, John W., Buckeystown, Md. Automatic gate 
Cone, Eugene F., assignor to Smyth Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. Signature 

gage for book-sewing machines 

Cone, Henry D., Stockbridge, Mass. Railway -rail joint ]" 

Congdon, Albert F., assignor of two-thirds to'l. Schlicter and G. E. Tickers, Philadelphia 
Electric generator and motor 



Pa. 



Congdon Brake Shoe Company. (See Sargent, G-eorge M., assignor.) 
Conger, Charles A., Seymour, Iowa. Combined listing-plow and seeder 
Coninck, Edmond L. (See Rolland and Coninck.) 
Conklin, Almon L., Spring Valley, Minn. Rivet-receptacle 
Conklin, Calvin W. (See Merrell and Conklin.) 
Conklin, Edmund. (See Brower and Conklin.) 

Conklin, Elgin L., Corning, N. Y. Feeder for grinding-mills 

Conklin, Hiram H., Eureka, Nev. Bayonet 

Conklin, Lester, Wallingford, Conn. Hub for vehicle- wheels 

Conkling, Gurdon, Glens Falls, N. Y. Jig for separating ores 

Conkling, Henry W., and W. M. Fisher, Iola, Kans. Steam washing-machine 

Conlan, Bernard, Newark, N. J. Clasp for books, &c 

Conn, Charles G., Elkhart, Ind. Drum-tightener ... 

Conn, Horace N., Woburn, Mass. Combined lamp and reflector 

Conn, John. Valparaiso, Ind. Nursery and sewing table 

Conn, JohnH., Englewood, HI. Car-coupling 

Connel, James M., Newark, assignor of one-half to M. Rightmyer, Springfield, Ohio, 
bined door spring and check 

Connel, James M., Newark, assignor of one-half to J. S. Bogle, Springfield, Ohio. " Sharpen 
ing-machine _ 

Counell, Francis H. (See Conuell, Lewis "W., assignor.) 

Connell, Lewis W., assignor to himself and F. H. Connell, Joliet, 111. Machine for manu- 
facturing wire-fence stays 

Connelly, Anna, Philadelphia, Pa. Fire-escape 

Connelly, James T., Huntington, W. Va. Device for tapping stay-bolt holes 

Connelly, William A., Boston, Mass. Electric heat-regulating apparatus 

Conner, Aaron S. (See Conner, William P. and A. S.) 

Conner, D. Ellis, Morehead, Ky. Device for transmitting motion 

Conner, James M., New York, N. Y. Type-mold 

Conner, Joseph, assignor to J. Matthews.New York, N. Y. Pressure-indicator for bottling- 
machines 

Conner, Mathias M. (See Bodge, John M., assignor.) 

Conner, Robert S. (See Patton and Conner.) 

Conner, Theodore M., assignor of part to T. M. Conner and J. B. Dougan, Richmond, Ind. 
Machine for forming netted wire fabrics 

Conner, Thompson M., et al. (See Conner, Theodore M., assignor.) 

Conner, William P., Bloomsburg, Pa. School seat and desk 

Conner, William R., Milton, Iowa, and A. S. Conner, Hitt, Mo. Keyed musical tube 

Conners, Timothy, Portland, Conn., assignor to R. E. Ingersoll, New York, N. Y. Wire 
cutting and crimping apparatus 

Conners, Timothy, Portland, Conn., assignor to R. E. Ingersoll, New York, N. Y Appa-? 
ratus for casting lead seals c 

Connerton, Michael H., Philadelphia, Pa. Fan attachment for baby-carriages 

Connett, Henry. (See McElroy and Connett.) 

Connett, Matthew F., Peoria, 111. Churn-motor .' 

Connett, Matthew F., Jr., Peoria, 111. Hand fence-machine 

Connett, Matthew F., Jr., and A. H. White, assignors of part to C. E. Rowcliffe and W. D 
Clark, Peoria, 111. Cuff-holder 

Connolly, Patrick, Scranton, Pa. Hoisting-machine 

Connon, John R., Elora, Ontario, Canada. Photographic instrument 

Connor, John H., and T. F. Blessington, Haverhill, Mass. Rotary-shuttle-operating mech- 
anism for sewing-machines 

Connor, John H., T. F. and S. G. Blessington, Haverhill, Mass. Heel-burnishing machine '. 

Connor, Season. (See Gaver, Samuel P., assignor.) 

Conover, David, Mount Vernon, Ind. Draft-equalizer 

Conover, George S., Georgetown, county of Halton, and W. W. Conover, Toronto Town- 
ship, county of Peel, Ontario, Canada. Watch-key 

Conover, Jacob H., and D. S. Brink, Springborough, Pa. Wagon-stake 

Conover, Joel, Cobleskill, N. Y., and F. Conrick, Dubuque, Iowa. Fire-escape 

Conover, William W. (See Conover, George S. and W. W.) 

Conquest, William, London, county of Middlesex, England, assignortoR. Hoe & Co., New 
York, N. Y. Folding-roller for paper-folding machines 

Conrad, Charles E., assignor of one-half to S. C. Dilley, Hastings, Nebr. Car-coupling 

Conrad, John R., Long Pine, Nebr. Oven-door 

Conrick, Frank. (See Conover and Conrick.) 

Consolidated Button Hole Finishing Machine Company. (See Thomson and Phelps, as- 
signors.) 

Constant, John S., Kirkpatrick, Ind. Fanning-mill 

Continental Gas Engine Company. (See Gaunie, Charles J. B., assignor.) 

Continental Oxygen Company. (See Brin, Arthur, assignor.) 

Continental Oxygen Company. (See Brin, Leon Q. and A., assignors.. 

Convers, Albert E.. Taunton, Mass. Machine for separating iron tacks or nails from par- 
ticles of tin or zinc _ 358,961 

Convers, Albert E., Taunton, Mass. Machine for grinding the scores in tack-dies '. - . 359,533 

Convers, George G., Bethlehem, Pa. Treating sal-ammoniac or flux skimmings 375,606 

Converse, Albeit E., Taunton, Mass. Tool for dressing emery-wheels 362,360 

Converse, Edmund C. (See Norton and Briggs, assignors.) 
Converse, Edmund C. (See Richard*, William H, assignor.) 
Converse, Edmund C. (See Riley, George N, assignor.) 

Converse, Edmund C, Pittsburg* Pa. Joint for gas-mains ! 362,205 

Converse, Frank B., New York, N. Y. Tuning-peg retainer 366,461 




May 3 I 203 00 
July 12 | 950 259 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



67 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Converse, John H., et al. (See Tauclain, Samuel M., assignor.) 

Converse, Lyman P., Chicago, 111. Heating stove or furnace ' 358,432 

Convert, Adolf, assignor to American Carbonate Company, New York, N. T. Fluid-press- 
ure re<rilator i 366,995 

Convert" Adolf, assignor to American Carbonate Company, New York, N. Y. Stop-cock. . 368,073 
Convis, Charles E. (See Woodruff, Theodore T., assignor.) 

Conway, Addie G., Kansas City, Mo. Toaster or broiler for gasoline-stoves 362,939 

Conway, Jesse, et al. (See Conway, John N., assignor.) | 

Conway John, London, Ohio. Bread-sponge-raising device 369,776 

Conway, John N., assignor of two-thirds to J. Conway and G. R. Ott, Baltimore, Md. Pat- | 

tern for car-wheels - ■ 363,598 

Cook, Alonzo, St. Paul, Minn. Bilge-water pump ; 373,725 

Cook, Americus V., Dexter, Mo. Churn j 363,450 

Cook, B. W. (See Townsend, Edmund, assignor.) 

Cook & Brother, E. C. (See Rowland, Samuel, assignor.) 

Cook, Charles C. (See Butler, Howard H., assignor.) 

Cook Charles E., South Byron, N. Y. Fruit-gatherer 3o6,4ol 

Cook Christian W., West Jordan, Utah Ter. Ean attachment for sewing-niaehmes ; 362,573 

Cook! Christian W., West Jordan, Utah Ter. Sash-holder i 373,726 

Cook, Cornelius, Fremont, Nebr. Grader and ditcher | 357,522 

Cook. Daniel, Philadelphia, Pa. Window-screen I 361,136 

Cook| Emery D., Akron, Mich. Harrow-tooth ' 355,302 

362,362 
372,969 



Bagasse-furnace. 



Cook, Frederic, New Orleans, La 

Cook Frederic, New Orleans, La. Bagasse-furnace 

Cook, George W., assignor of one-half to C. B. Cole, Detroit, Mich. Underground conduit 

for electrical conductors '' 374,348 

Cook, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Amalgamator i 362,363 

Cook, Henry S. (See Rice and Cook.) 

Cook, J. H., Jr. (See Mumbrue, Orville W., assignor.) 

Cook, Jacob H. (See Sergeant, Wells E., assignor.) i 

Cook, James L., Springfield, 111. Thill-coupling ! 371,428 

Cook, John B. (See Caldwell, John A., assignor.) 

Cook, John P., et al. (See Ward, William W., assignor.) 

Cook Joseph, Birmingham, county of Warwick, England. Device for closing the lids of 

boxes - '374,584 

Cook, Leroy. (See Lenox and Cook.) 

Cook, Marcus E., Wallingford, Conn. Draft-harness - ■ 355,591 

Cook, Marcus E., Wallingford, Conn., assignor to American Road Machine Company, Ken- 

. nett Square, Pa. Road-scraper - - --- - - - 359,848 

Cook, Marcus E., Wallingford, Conn., assignor to American Road Machine Company, Ken-? 33g g4g 

nett Square, Pa. Road-scraper 51 ' 

Cook, Marcus E., Wallingford, Conn., assignor to American Road Machine Company, Ken- 

net't Square, Pa. Road-scraper 359, 850 

Cook, Oliver, Rowayton, Conn. Oyster-dredge 373,646 

Cook, Kichard. (See Moss and Cook. ) 

Cook, Samuel G. B. (See Bixby, ArthuT, assignor.) 

Cook Stephen S., assignor of one-third to G. W. Yogler, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-valve . . , 361,990 

Cook', Willard L., assignor of three-fourths to C. F. Newton, W. S. Wing, C. N. Pratt, and 

H A. Worley, Omaha, Nebr. Refrigerator-car j 367,600 

Cook, William, Redditch. county of Worcester, England. Velocipede-saddle I 364,903 

Cook, William, New York, N. Y. Saw-filing attachment , 372,456 

Cook, Winfield S. (See Westbrook and Cook.) 

Cooke, Charles F., Buckingham Works, county of York, England. Electric-arc lamp 360,662 

Cooke! Charles S. (See Cooke, William A., Jr., and C. S.) 

Cooke| David B., assignor of one-half to F. Stiles, Binghamton, N. Y. Press ] 356,681 

Cooke, Edward D., Chicago, HI. Button I 356,928 

Cooke, Edwin M., Hot Springs, Ark. Rail-joint j 358,840 

Cooke,, George K., assignor to D. S. Moore, New York, N. Y. Gas-burner , 361,674 

Cooke, William A., Gaithersburg, Md. Artificial bait for fishing 360,339 



Cooke, William A., Jr., and C. S., Brooklyn, N. Y. File for letters and papers, &c . 



366,817 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



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Official 
Gazette. 



Mar. 1 



Jnly 
Aug. 

May 

Sept. 

May 
Nov. 

May 



12 

■ 
19 ; 1695 
1070 

17 121-2 

13 032 

24 I 2167 
22 | 2186 
24 ; 1945 



Jan. 
May 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
Jan. 

May 

Nov. 

Dec. 

May 



2:, 






1657 



709 
2187 
1126 

12 1072 
4 ' 15 

3 i 402 

8 ! 1035 



256 
403 



456 
286 

330 

171 

562 
584 
509 



434 
197 
585 
295 
271 
5 

cm 

i 113 

277 

68 
112 



Oct. 11 983 I 256 



Dec. 

Jan. 



602 
384 



157 
103 






Mar. 22 2127 ! 536 



Mar. 

Mar. 
Nov. 



22 2130 {g» 



22 : 2132 
22 ' 2079 



537 
555 



Apr. 26 , 2305 COO 



Aug. 
June 
Nov. 



2 356 

14 ! 1010 

1 254 



101 

265 

70 



Apr. 5 I 384 97,98 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

July 



Cooke, William M. (See Squires, John S., assignor.) 

Cooke, William O., New York, N. Y. Automatic car-brake 356,622 [ 

Cooke, William O., Providence, R. I. Portable frog or car-replacer for railways j 364.091 

Cooke, William O., Providence, R. I. Car-replacer for street-railways ; 371,177 

Cookson, William B. (See Hague and Cookson.) 

Cool. John P., Campbell, Mich. Fence i 371,822 

Cooleban, John B., Annapolis, Md. Bottle-washer 372,205 

Cooler, Alonzo B., Moscow, N. Y. Car-coupling 355,864 

Cooley, GilbertT., Syracuse, N. Y. Carriage-top - 360,208 

Cooley, Orville, assignor to Johnston Harvester Company, Batavia, N. Y. Tension device j 

for grain-binders - I 357,581 

Booley, Ralph B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined rolling blackboard and copy-holder 371,429 

Cooley, Samuel, Flemington, N. J. Car-coupling ] 372,895 

Cooley, Willard A. , Sweden, N. Y. Gavel-deliverer for harvesters | 372,457 

Coolidge, George P.,Antwerp, N. Y. Quarter-boot for horses j 367,271 

Coombs, Edgar I., asfegnorto Gladding &. Coombs Brothers, Providence, R. I. Sleeve.buttou. 362,426 
Coombs, John C, et al. (See Thayer, James M., assignor.) 
Coombs, Moses, Jr. (See Nichols and Coombs.) 

Coon, Albert A., Hutsonville, 111. Wrench 366,648 

Cooney, John, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sash-balance 364,486 

Cooney, Joseph T., San Francisco, Cal. Grip-releasing device for cable roads 365,168 

Cooney, Luke, Jr., Kalamazoo, Mich. Two-wheeled vehicle , 375,129 

Cooney, Luke, Jr., Kalamazoo, Mich. Two- wheeled vehicle • 375,130 

Coonse, George W., Indianapolis, Ihd. Adjustable boring-machine j 372,120 

Coop, William L., Providence, R. I. Lathe 362,721 

Coop, William L., Providence, R. I. Exercising-machine ; 363,599 _. 

Cooper, Albert. (See Metzger and Cooper.) • 

Cooper, Alfred J., Duryea, Pa. Yehicle-spring 375,411 Dec. 

Cooper, Charles A., et al. (See Howell and Pooler, assignors.) 

Cooper, Charles B., New York, N. Y. Sheet-metal roofing-plate 372.787 Nov. 



Jan. 
May 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Mar. 

Feb. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
July 
May 



July 
June 
June 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Oct. 

May 

k May 



25 1975 
1 I 255 

8 j 621 

26 : 1846 
29 | 2894 
19 : 1467 

25 1905 

31 I 2872 

11 ! 632 



519 

70 

153 

(478 

li 479 

737 

(391 

c 392 



1546 

2129 

800 

2711 



15 1226 
11 984 



928 
255 



26 2093 
3 496 



1238 
397 
1406 
1405 
1405 



25 ! 2004 
10 ! 928 
24 ; 2168 



500 
745 
162 

399 
547 
210 

685 

322 

256 
250 
70,71 
565 
140 



331 
108 
371 
365 
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40 


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908 
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613 
908 
640 
204 
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553 


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41 


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885 


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40 
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41 


519 

1284 

518 


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72 


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38 


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468 
1024 


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38 


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1473 


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41 


386 

1046 

132 


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439 

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68 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cooper, Ezekiel L., 
Cooper, George L. 
Cooper, Henry C. 
Cooper, Henry C. 



Cooper, David A., and W. H. Lewis, Brooklyn, assignors to E. & H. T. Anthony & Com- 
pany, New York, N. T. Projecting camera j 

Cooper, David G., Dover, N. H. Oven-thermometer j 

Cooper, E. M. (See Doggett, Horace E., assignor.) 

Cooper, Ellison M., and H. E. Doggett, Philadelphia, Pa. Box-opener 

Cooper, Elmer M., Cadiz, Ind. Machine for making wire fences 

T , Clarence, Mo. Gate - 

(See Hornberger and Cooper.) 
(See Charron, Theophile, assignor.) 
(See Sharrow, Theophile, assignor.) 
Cooper] Isaac", Port Worth, Tex. Stomach-bitters 

Cooper, James A., Lima, Ohio. Metallic fence 

Cooper, John H., Evington, and W. J. Eord, Humherstone, county of Leicester, England.?! 

Circular-knitting machine S j 

Cooper, John W. , Brinkley , Ark. Portable fire place and flue 

Cooper, John W., Boston, Mass. Pianissimo device for pianos j 

Cooper, John "W., assignor to C. W. Motes, Atlanta, Ga. Photographer's chair j 

Cooper, Milton L., et al. (See Slappey, William A., assignor.) 

Cooper, Sherman, Westfield, N. J. Suspensory bandage j 

Cooper, Squire. (See Watts and Cooper.) , I 

Cooper, Thomas, Great Ryburgh, county of Norfolk, England. Automatic exhibiting ap-? 



No. 



371,252 
360,950 




368.516 
355,812 
367,367 



paratus . 



Cooper, Thomas C, Winona, Minn. Reflector for head-lights, &c - 

Cooper, Thomas 0., Wilmington, Del. Cable-grip for railways 

Cooper, William A., Conshohocken, Pa. Rubber-band bolder. 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Valve and valve-operating mechanism for water- 
closet reservoirs 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Valve for water-closets 

Cooper, William S., Philadelphia, Pa. Valve and reservoir for water-closets 

Co-Operative Stove Works. (See Farrell and Casey, assignors.) 

Cope Henry P., assignor of one -half to J. H. Bissell, Detroit, Mich. Latch for stove- 



doors . 



Cope, Mason L., assignor of three-fourths to H. H. Dawson, Denton, Tex. Hay-press 

Copeland, Charles P., et al., trustees. (See Fiske, Henry P., assignor.) 

Copeland, David W., Syracuse, N. V. Apparatus for cleaning car-seats 

Copeland, Edwin T., Brooklyn, N. V. Automatic fire-extinguishing apparatus 

Copeland, Edwin T., Brooklyn, N. V. Automatic sprinkler-valve 

Copeland, Eliza A., Garden Valley, Tex. Bale-tie 

Copeland, George W., Maiden, and J. E. Crisp, Boston, Mass.; said Crisp assignor to said; 

Copeland. Machine for making tack-strips or nail-strips - 5 

Copeland George W., Maiden, J. E. Crisp, Somerville, and E. P. Grandy, Boston, Mass.,) 

assignors to Copeland Improved Lasting and Tacking Company, Portland, Me. Lasting- j 

Copeland George W\ " Maiden, j. E. Crisp, Somervihe, and E. F. Grandy, Boston, Mass.j 
assignors to Copeland Improved Lasting and Tacking Company, Portland, Me. Lasting- ( 
machine for boots or shoes : ,---,:;--; ™" " V "■" Vi f^-"' 

Copeland, Herschel P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Telegraph-pole protector :.. ---■ 

Copeland Improved Lasting and Tacking Company. (See Copeland, Crisp, and Grandy, 

jvacio'DOTS ) 

Copeland improved Lasting and Tacking Company. (See Woodward, Erastus, assignor.) 

Copeland, Ira, Brockton, Mass. Cement-coated nail 

Copeland, James S., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pope Manufacturing Company, Portland, 
Me. Velocipede - - - - ----- - -.- - - - - •■• •■■ ■ - y 

Copeland, James S., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pope Manufacturing Company, Portland, 
Me. Velocipede - • ■-----------_--- - - -- - - - - - - - - 

Copeland, James S., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pope Manufacturing Company, Portland, 
Me. Velocipede - - - - - - - - - - -. - - ,- - - - - -.- - - 

Copeland, James S., Hartford, Conn., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Pope Manufac- 
turing Company. Portland, Maine. Velocipede 

, ._, -r„_.-..--rv n„^.i — -v Steam-boiler 



365,242 
372,254 

364,806 
303,210 
367,272 
360,855 

366,931 

368,279 
370,687 
372,121 
304,904 

371,430 
371,431 
373,015 



365,730 
364,905 



374,940 

358,336 
369,840 
364.218 



Oct. 11 
Apr. 12 

Aug. 16 
Jan. 11 
Aug. 2 



June 21 
Oct. 25 



365,731 



Aug. 16 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 25 
Juue 14 

Oct. 11 
Oct. 11 
Nov. 8 

June 28 
June 14 

Dec. 20 

Feb. 22 

Sept. 13 
June 7 

June 28 



365.504 ! June 28 

! ■ 

365.505 j June 23 
373,925 i Nov. 29 



Copeland, Lucius D., Camden, N. J. 

Copeland, Lucius D., Camden, N. J. Steam-tricycle 

Copeland, Lucius D., Camden, N. J. Steam-engine 

Copeland, Salem, Worcester, Mass. Combined gage and dividers 

Copeland, Samuel B., Huron, Dak. Ter. Car-coupling - 

Copeland, William M. (See Trinkle, John W., assignor.) 

Copley Edwin B., Volinia, Mich. Grain-elevator for harvesters 

Copp William J. , Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Fire-placo grate 

C oppedge, Walter R. , Floyd Court-House, Va. Railway-sw itch 

Coppin, Daniel G., Newport, Ky. Collapsible core-barrel 

Coppinger, Thomas. (See Layman, Dempsey, and Coppmger.) 

Cociuard Leon H. F., and F. A. McGinnis, Detroit, Mich. Pool-ball cabinet . 

Corbett, Frank, New York, N. Y. Anti-friction hand ironing-machine 

Corbett, Frank, New York, N. Y. Hand ironing-machine 

Corbin Cabinet Lock Company. (See Cowles, George B., assignor.) 

Corbin, P. & F. (See Cowles, George B., assignor.) 

Corbin, P. & F. (See Merriman, George E., assignor.) 

Corbin, P. & F. (See Mix, Frank W., assignor.) 

Corbin, P. & F. (See Summers, Lucius P., assignor.) 

Corbus, John. (See Ramsey, John W., assignor.) 

Corcoran, John. (See Devitt and Corcoran.) 

Corcoran, Patrick W., Seneca, 111. Pole-strap attachment for double harness. 

Corcoran, Patrick W., Seneca, 111. Hame-clip 

Corcoran, Patrick W., Seneca, III Neck-yoke 

ndWordray.) 



362,940 
! 
364,632 ' 

367,368 

371,432 

. 358,960 
. 360,759 

. : 360,760 

. ! 360,761 
. 363,600 
. 365,366 

-,369,396 
. 362,063 
. 372,122 
. ! 369,317 

.1371,821 
. 1 356,240 
. | 359,77-1 



May 17 

June 14 

Aug. 2 

Oct. 11 

Mar. 8 
Apr. 5 

Apr. 5 

Apr. 5 

May 24 
June 28 

Sept. 6 
May 3 
Oct. 25 
Sept. 6 

Oct. 18 
Jan. 18 
Mar. 22 



Cordray, David P. (See Ott and 

Cordray. Henry A., assignor of one-half to W. H. 

course 

Cordrey. Charles K.. 



Murphy, Brenham, Tex. Toy race- 



Bellefontaine, Ohio. Gate for swinging bridges . 



364,633 

367,787 

! 373,816 



361.812 | 
373.n0 | 



Monthly j Official 
volume. Gazette. 



1 « 



735 ; 188 j 41 
794 205 i 39 



152 

153 



I 



1708 456 ! 40 ] 793 

716 j 187 i 38 ! 148 

19 I 5 i 40 I 455 



1500 | i 39 j 13S5 

2202 \\ 56s: H irA 

868 ! | 2 29 I \ 39 I 1258 



1617 



425 ! 39 



791 



2094 ! f HI I } 40 ] 420 

652 i 172 39 129 

1611 ! 431 40 321 



1379 



C 363 | ) 
i 364 , 5 



2004 ! 533 



40 ; 729 
40 j 1433 



2005 | \l\l\} 41 415 

1011 ! 265 39 ■ 1284 
i 

986 | 257 ! 41 ' 200 

988 I 257 | 41 I 201 

1109 ! 295 41 683 



2245 i 584 
1012 i 265 

1139 !{2l 

2295 ! 606 

733 | 196 

27 

585 

2247 I { 586 

1 (587 



f 585 1 

< 586 i > 
1 587 : S 



1894 



C493 
; i 494 



i(494 

1899 <495 

I (496 

2470 | 663 



1242 I 330 

i 

600 j 161 

20 I 5 



39 i 1537 

39 | 1285 

j 

1 41 I 1283 

38 873 

40 1182 

39 1093 

39 1537 

39 1470 

39 1471 

41 I 969 



989 



803 
512 



257 



203 
132 

513 i \ 133 



June 14 
Aug. 9 
Nov. 29 



Apr. 26 
Nov. 15 



514 
2173 
1689 

119 

17 

2007 

16 



133 
563 

440 



39 

39 

40 

41 

38 
39 

1 39 

39 
39 
39 



35 ; 40 

5 ! 39 

515 41 



718 

1209 

455 

201 

1057 
96 

96 

96 

907 

1432 

1055 
476 
416 



40 1038 



1544 399 j 41 322 
1350 I 356 ] 38 274 
2007 507 : 38 1302 



I 

001 : 161 39 1209 

667 180 40 585 

2321 622 41 940 



2036 
1279 



529 
340 



39 
41 



402 
725 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



69 



Name, resilience, anil invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Corey Daniel W., Galena, assignor to June Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Bob- 
bin-winder - 36d,909 

Corev George H. Corey, Dak. Ter., and H. B. Mitchell. Maiden, Mass. Chemical fire-ex- | 
tinguisher 366,649 

Corey, Rufus H., assignor of one-half to D. M. Osborne, Auburn, N. Y. Cord-tymg bill 
for' grain-binders. 36o,050 



July 
July 

•Tunc 



Corkhill, Henry R., Sr., Rochester, ST. Y. Paper-bag machine 301,740 Apr. 



Apr. 
June 



Corliss, Charles W., Fergus Falls, Minn. Converting motion 360,856 

Corliss, Cyrus K., Poughkeepsie, N. T. Car-brake ; 365,243 

i | j 

Gorman, Charles A., Cochituato, Mass. Eyeleting-machine ..368,875 Any 

Germany, Montgomery L. (See Roark, James S., assignor.) 



Cornbrooks, William A., Moline, assignor to Pettibone, Mulliken & Company, Chicago, 111. 

Die for upsetting the abutting ends of rail-braces ---- 

Cornbrooks, William A., Moline, assignor to Pettibone, Mulliken & Company, Chicago, 111. 

Die for forming rail-braces - - - - • - - - - - - - - - - - -• • - - - ■ 

Cornelius, Charles F., assignor to himself and M. E. Sand ford, Isew York, N. Y. Head- 



Monthly 
volume. 



214 

1238 ! 331 

1228 324 
(503 

19351 i 505 
[506 
172 
394 
395 
587 
588 



Official 
Gazette. 



40 
40 



42 






39 1334 



654 
1501 



rest 



Cornelius, Edward G. (See Wittenberg, Charles, assignor.) 

Cornelius, John, Oakland, Md. Stump-extractor .......... .i 

Cornelius, Nicholas, assignor of two-thirds to H. Stanley and E. C. Teuscher, St. Louis, 

Mo. Eoller flour-mill 

Cornell, Lewis T., Chicago, 111. Gas-engine 



367,502 
367,503 
368,323 
364,092 



Cornell, Oliver H. P., Albany, N. Y. Railway-gate 

Comely, Emil, Paris, France. Embroidering-machine 

Cornely, Emil, Paris, France. Embroidered fabric 

Cornforth, John. (See Palmer, Charles A. E. T., assignor.) 

Corning, Thomas J., San Jose, Cal. Baling-press 

Corning, Tbomas J., San Jose. Cal. Baling-press 

Cornish, Harry B., and J. B. Moore, Blue Earth City, Minn. . Coffee-pot 

Cornma'n, Theodore, Sr. (See Donovan, Jeremiah, assignor.) 

Cornog, Isaac P., Philadelphia, Pa. Pattern-chain for looms 

Conisfadt, Alexander. (See Cline and Cornstadt.) 

Cornwall. George, assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Holder for pen- 



373,342 
359,920 

1 303,808 

| 361,747 
: 370,246 

363,365 
368,074 
361,489 



Aug? 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 
Mar. 



2 
2 

10 

J 

! 
15 j 
22 



219 

221 

1431 

2874 

1602 
2231 



I 

C394 > 
J395 5 
C587 
i 588 I j 



} 39 385 



129 

1385 



40 898 



May 31 i 2474 



Apr. 
Sept. 

May 

Aug. 
Apr. 



1945 
1313 

1822 
1071 
1505 



63 

63,64 

379 

745 

423 

| 561 

f 642 

} 643 

506 

359 

478 
286 
406 



40 
40 
•10 
39 



494 

494 

740 

10-17 



\ 



41 : 784 

38 1343 

39 970 

39 I 386 

40 1302 

39 ; 839 

40 : 662 

39 308 



cils, &c . 



361,616 Apr. 19 ' 1745 | 452 39 312 



368.517 I Aug. 16 1709 456 40 793 



Cut- 



Cornwall, John B. (See Barnard and Cornwall.) 

Cornwall, John B., assignor to Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company, Moline, 111. 

off gate for bolting-chests - - 

Cornwell. Clark. Ypsilanti, Mich. Process of and apparatus for cooking wood pulp 

Corron, Cesar, St. Etieune, Loire, France. Dyeing apparatus - 

Corron, Cesar, St. Etienne, Loire, France. Machine for dyeing fabrics 

Corry, William, assignor to Hall's Safe and Lock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Safe, vault, &c. . . 
Corry, William, assignor to Hall's Safe and Lock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Safe, vault, Szc. .. 

Corscaden, Thomas, assignor to Stanley Works, New Britain. Conn. Shutter-fastener 

Corser, Brackett G., Lebanon, N. H. Coat and making the same 

Corser, Brackett G., St. Albans, Vt. Overalls - 

Corser, Brackett G., St. Albans, Yt. Combined button-holder and buckle 

Corser, Edson J., assignor to G. W. Kirkpatrick, Macedon, N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer .. 
Corson, Edward, Brooklyn, and O. C. Crane, New York, N. Y. Slack-adjuster for car- 



brakes . 



Corson, Edward, Brooklyn, and O. C. Crane, New York, N. Y. Slack-adjuster for car- j 
brakes - 

Corson, John B., et al. (See Bartlett, Henry F., assignor.) 

Cort, Nevin. New Florence, Pa. Cross-over switch 

Cortright, Lewis D., Hyde Park, 111., assignor to Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Phila- j 
delphia, Pa. Metallic roofing-plate or shingle 

Cortright, Lewis D., Hyde Park, 111., assignor to Cortright Metal Roofing Company, of 
Pennsylvania. Metallic shingle or roofing-plate 

Cortriglit. Lewis D., Hyde Park, 111., and S. P. Darlington, West Chester, Pa., assignors^; 
to Cortright Metal Roofing Company, of Pennsylvania. Metallic roofing-plate or shingle, y, 

Cortriglit, Lewis D., Hyde Park, 111., and S. P. Darlington, West Chester, Pa., assignors to) 
Cortright Metal Roofing Company, of Pennsylvania. Metallic rooting plate or shingle.. ) 

Cortright Metal Roofing Company. (See Cortright, Lewis D., assignor.) 

Cortright Metal Roofing Company. (See Cortright and Darlington, assignors.) 

Cortright Metal Roofing Company. (See Norcross, William M., assignor.) 

Cortright Metal Roofing Company. (See Thomas, Philip A., assignor.) 

Corwin, Frank E., East Saginaw, Mich. Fire-lighter - 

Corwin, Samuel W. (See Goodrich and Corwin.) 

Cory, Henry W., St. Paul, Minn. Case for law-blanks 

Cory, Jeremiah. (See Oilar and Cory.) 

Cory, Lewis M. (See Lake and Sawyer, assignors.) 

Cory, Mary E. , Richmond, Ind. Sleeve-protector 

Cosby, James M., assignor to himself and W. M. Wilcox, Elberton, Ga. Hand-power at- 
tachment for sowing-machines 

Cosgrove, James, Brooklyn, N. Y. Barrel-hoop - 

Costello, Harry, Barrington, assignor of one-half to L. H. Tillinghast, Providence, R. I. 
Water-closet valve - - 

Costello, John, assignor of one-half to J. F. Simms, Attleborough, Mass. Lever-button . . 

Costello, John, assignor of one-half to J. F. Simms, Attleborough, Mass. Button 

Costello, John, assignor of one-half to J. F. Simms, Attleborough, Mass. Button 

Costello, Thomas E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Medicated calcimine 

Coston, William M., Centralia, Kans. Cultivator 

Cote, Augustus. (See Stone and Cote.) 

Cotes, Frank H. (See Edwards, Thompson Y., assignor.) 

Cotter, Samuel E., Ansonia, Conn. Snap-hook 

Cotterill, Charles A. (See Colby, John W., assignor.) 

Cotterman, Clinton M., Pyrmont, Ohio. Gravel-bed for wagons - 

Cottle, Luther M. (See jeffery and Cottle.) 

Cotton, Charles L., Dedham, Mass. Manufacture of soles and heels 



371,433 
357,371 
363,949 
370,856 

363,118 

364,7.53 
366.996 
364,219 
366,621 
372,062 
374,453 

358,337 

360,400 

357,952 

358,595 

359,959 
359,958 



Oct, 11 

Feb. 8 

May 31 

Oct. 4 

May 17 

June 14 
July 19 
June 7 
July 12 
Oct. 25 
Dec. 6 



991 

898 

2674 

155 

1495 

772 

1696 

27 

1196 

1913 

405 



258 

237 

694 

42 

(395 

J396 

205 

456 

8 

320 

493 

106 



41 

38 



39 
40 
39 
40 
41 
41 



Mar. 22 , 2296 



578 



201 
597 



39 , 100S 
41 31 

^39 ; 767 



12-12 
337 

1093 
236 
399 

1123 



Feb. 22 , 2297 606 I 38 873 

Mar. 2*9 2986 : 757 38 1488 

Feb. 15 1750 ; 457 

Mar. 1 j 274 64 

Mar. 22 j 2298 : 578 
;577 



38 


765 


38 


954 


38 


1356 


38 


1355 



370,317 Sept. 20 ; 1442 5 jj|!j : 1 40 1321 



362,147 


May 


3 


130 


39 


39 


498 


360,999 


Apr. 


12 


878 


222 


39 


107 


360,564 


Apr 


5 


252 


63 


39 


49 


360,376 
366,932 


Mar. 

July 


29 
19 


2954 
1612 


750 
432 


38 
40 


1482 
321 


358.018 

35?.3.-4 
301.490 

361,051 

374.941 


Feb. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
May 
Apr. 
Dec. 


22 
22 
19 
17 
12 
20 


1846 
2365 
1566 
1713 
948 
1131 


488 
628 
400 
449 

296 


38 
38 
39 
39 
39 
41 


788 
886 
308 
810 
leO 
1283 


366.462 

• 

361.675 


July 
Apr. 


12 

26 


952 
1847 


260 
479 


40 
39 


189 
370 


374.042 


Nov. 


29 


2636 


707 


41 


1002 



70 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Cottrell, Abraham, Lansing, Mich. Bein-holder , 364,336 

Cottrell, Calvert B. (See Overend, Andrew, assignor.) 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington, Conn. Means for adjusting the air-spring plungers of 

printing-machines I 355,865 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington, Conn. Gripper mechanism for stop-cylinder printing-ma-) „„ q(>0 

chines \ ao^,w>£ 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington, Conn. Chromatic-printing machine i 365,581 



Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington, Conn. Beversing-gear for machinery 

Cottrell, Calvert B., Stonington, Conn. Keceiving-table for printing-machines 

Cottrell, Edgar H., Stonington, Conn. Brake for driving-shafts 

Cottrell , George, San Francisco, Cal. Boiler-mill 

Cottrell, Herbert, Newark, N. J. Clamp for can-covers 

Couch, Nathan. (See Beers, Benjamin B., assignor.) 

Coughlin, Jeremiah, and W. Curtis, Oakland, Cal. Wheel-fender for wagons 

Coughlin, John J., assignor of three-fourths to D. J. Hem, J. M. Prendergast, Boston, and 

S. Oakman, Melrose, Mass. Electric police-call alarm-box 

Coughlin, Michael, Philadelphia. Pa. Bevel-protractor 

Coughlin, William, New York, N. Y. Ash-sifter 

Coughlin.'William H. (See Fairbanks and Coughlin.) 

Coultas, George W., Calais, Ohio. Bridge 

Coultaus, Joseph A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to himself, W. H. Bollins. Portsmouth, 

N. H., and A. W. Bollins, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manipulating-rod for bolts, &c - 

Coulter, Joseph M., Portland, Oreg. Oil-can and lamp-filler 

Coup, John, assignor of one-fourth to E. M. and E. M. Carrington, New York, N. Y. Car-? 



coupling . 



Coup, John, assignor of one-fourth to E. M. Carrington, New York, N. Y. Car-coupling . . 

Coup, John, assignor of one-eighth to E. M. Carrington, New York, N. Y. Car-coupling .. 

Coup, John, Now York, N.Y., assignor of one-half to J. C. Cable, New Haven, Conn. Truck. 

Coupal, Joseph. (See Clifford and Coupal.) 

Coupal, Joseph, and B. Stephenson, Wollaston, Mass. Device for inking the sole-edges of 

boots or shoes - 

Coupal, Peter A., and C. E. Holland, Boston, assignors to C. F. Brown, trustee, Beading, 

Mass. Hand tacking-machine 

Coupland, Charles, Seymour, Conn. Let-off mechanism for looms for weaving double pile 

fabrics 



Courter, Lemuel 0., et al. (See McBae, Charles J., assignor.) 

Courter, William W., assignor to Bridgeport Spring Perch Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Open-head spring 

Courtleyow, Jacob, assignor of one-half to D. Wormly, Chariton, Iowa. Pipe-wrench 

Courtman, Beuben S. (See Cayley and Courtman.) 

Courtright, Archibald L., Mount Hamill, Iowa. Hay-rake and gathering-machine 

Courtright, John E., Shane's Crossing, Ohio. Stove-leg 

Courville, Joseph. (See Schwesinger and Courville.) 
Courville, Joseph. (See Yotey and Courville.) 

Courville. Joseph, Detroit, Mich. Beed-board for organs 

Cousins, Thomas, Norwalk, Conn. Child's tray - 



368,518 
369,777 
362,250 ! 
356,623 i 
373,274 

367,191 

362,477 : 

375,049 

370,933 

365,970 

357,116 
367,273 

361,140 

361,141 

361,209 

370,008 



371,434 
358,770 
365,910 



361,991 
362,819 

365,118 
356,708 



366.997 
356,572 



Covel, Milo, Chicago, HI. Saw-sharpening machine 

Covel, Milo, Chicago, 111. Device for swaging and jointing saws 

Covell, Edgar C, and E. S. Cram, Laconia, N. H. Knitting-machine 

Covell, Edward T., assignor of one-half to C. F. Cushing, New Bedford, Mass. 
pad . 



Harness- 



Covell, Edward T., assignor of one-half to C. F. Cushing, New Bedford, Mass. Harness- 
saddle tree - 

Covell, Edward T., assignor of one-half to C. F. Cushing, New Bedford, Mass. Seat for 
harness-saddle trees 

Covell, Edward T., assignor of one-half to C. F. Cushing, New Bedford, Mass. Checkrein 
attachment 

Covell, William W., assignor to F.I. Marcy, Providence, B.I. Button or stud 

Covell, William W., assignor to F. I. Marcy, Providence, B. I. Button or stud 

Covenhoven, Daniel B., Painted Post, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Covert, Enoch, Farmer Village, N. Y. Adjustable blotter 

Covert! Enoch, Farmer Village, N. Y. "Umbrella-holder 

Covert Fire Ladder and Stand Pipe Company. (See Olsen, Olaf B., assignor.) 

Covert, Harvey S. and I., Loudonville, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Covert, Ithamar. (See Covert, Harvey S. and I.) 

Covert, James C, West Troy, N. Y. Halter ' 

Covey, Amaziah and S. J., Sigourney, Iowa. Coal-drilling machine 

Covey, Samuel J. (See Covey, Amaziah and S. J.) 

Covington, John Y., et al. (See Sanford, Marshal M., assignor.) 

Cowan, Allen B.. Hall's Valley, Ohio. Milking-stool - 

Cowan, Alonzo, Cascade, Iowa. Trough for feeding salt to live stock 

Cowan, Charles B. (See Ash, Joseph S., assignor.) 

Cowan, Charles H. (See Atwood and Cowan.) 

Cowan, John F., et al. (See Taylor, Lewis P., assignor.) 

Cowan, William, Edinburgh, Scotland. Oscillating liquid-meter 



Cowan, William, Edinburgh, Scotland. Gas-meter 

Cowell, Albert M. (See Giles, Henry T., assignor.) 

Cowen, James H. (See Willis and Cowen.) 

Cowen, Bobert, Cambridgeport, assignor to Boston Woven Hose Company, Boston, Mass, 

Kneader for india-rubber, &c 

Cowgill, James, Lowell, Mass. Loom 

Cowie, George, Jr., U. S. Navy. Scaling-tool for boilers, &c 

Cowing William J., Washington, D. C. Back-support for chairs : 

Cowles, Alfred H. (See Cowles, Eugene H. and A. H.) 

Cowles & Company, C. (See Gates, William and L. W., assignors.) 

Cowles, Eugene H. and A. H, Cleveland, Ohio. Electric furnace 

Cowles, George B., assignor to Corbin Cabinet Lock Company, New Britain, Conn. Ma- j 

chine for making lock-caps -* 

Cowles, George B", assignor to P. & P. Corbin, New Britain, Conn. Key 

Cowles, George B., assignor to P. &■ F. Corbin, New Britain, Conn. Making keys and key- \ 

blanks ! 



359,133 

359.134 
365,244 

357,981 

370,318 

370,319 

370,320 
357,179 
374,115 
365,330 
362,361 
362,364 

369,232 

362,494 
375,262 



359,921 
366,933 



355,592 
358,187 



357,700 
375,131 
368,876 
363,211 



360,144 

368,133 
371,823 

371,824 



Date. 

1 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


6 
o 
P. 





'o 


bJB 

CO 

P4 


June 


7 


174 


48 


39 


1121 


Jan. 

Mar. 


11 

8 


801 
805 


210 
(203 
)204 


38 
^38 


163 

1058 


June 28 

! Aug. 16 

Sept. 13 

| May 3 

! Jan. 25 

Nov. 15 


2029 

1710 

633 

258 

1907 

1501 


( 529 
1530 
456 
171 
73 
500 
396 


^39 

40 
40 
39 

38 
41 


1497 

793 
1163 
523 
386 
765 


July 


26 


1968 


532 


40 


396 


j May 

1 Dec. 

Oct. 


3 

20 
4 


571 

1282 

291 


159 
334 

71 


39 
41 
41 


584 

1310 

58 


j July 


5 


303 


80 


40 


57 


Feb. 
July 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 
' Sept. 


1 
36 

12 

12 

12 

13 


553 

2095 

1079 
1082 

1189 
1002 


143 

566 
(272 
1 273 

273 
C301 
)302 

263 


38 
40 

|39 

39 

J39 
40 


523 
420 

205 

206 

225 

1230 


Oct. 


11 


992 


258 


41 


202 


Mar. 


1 


509 


125 


38 


998 


July 


5 


216 


55 


40 


42 


Apr. 

May 


26 

10 


2306 
1068 


COO 
290 


39 
39 


451 
679 


June 
Jan. 


21 
25 


1337 354 
2010 527 


39 

38 


1352 
40b 


July 
i Jan. 


19 
25 


1697 ! 456 
1827 , 478 


40 
38 


337 
371 


i Mar. 


8 


10^7 5 266 
1U ~' l| 267 

1029 i 267 

1515 395 


\38 

38 
39 


1100 


] Mar. 8 
June 21 


1107 
1386 


Feb. 


15 


1800 472 


38 


774 


Sept, 


20 


1442 387 


40 


1322 


Sept. 


20 


1444 387 


40 


1322 


Sept. 

Feb. 

Nov. 
! June 
j May 
; May 


20 

8 

29 

21 

3 

3 


1145 

650 

2746 

1636 

401 

404 


387 
168 
738 
427 
111 
112 


40 
38 
41 
39 
39 
39 


1322 

550 

1023 

1409 

552 

553 


Aug. 


30 


2699 


717 


40 


1003 


May 
Dec. 


10 
20 


597 

1572 


169 
412 


39 

41 


594 
1368 


Mar. 
July 


22 
19 


2235 
1613 


562 
432 


38 1344 
40 322 


Jan. 


4 


385 JJgj 


J38 


77 


Feb. 


22 


2106 


556 


38 


835 


Feb. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
May 


15 

20 
23 

17 


1398 
1406 
2213 
1618 


368 
366 
588 
425 


38 1 
41 
40 
39 


700 

1334 

899 

791 


Mar. 


29 


2616 663 


38 1420 


Aug. 
Oct. 


9 
18 ; 


1147 304 
1547 400 


40 ' 677 

41 322 


Oct. 


18 ' 


1548 


400 


41 j 


323 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



71 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cowles, Royal. (See Gale, Charles C, assignor.) 

Cowles, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ferry-boat 

Cowman, Andrew J., Monroe, Iowa. Potato-digger 

Cox Arthur, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Letter blank and envelope 

Cox' Arthur W., Ballardvale, Mass. Table-knife 

Cox, Arthur W., Ballardvale, Mass. Table-knife 

Cox, Edward H. , Slate Lick. Pa. Fifth-wheel- - -------- 

Cox, Edward J., and D. E. Forton, Evart, Mich. Sleigh 

Cox, Eliza M. (See Palmer, Thomas W., assignor.) 

Cox, George, Paterson, N. J. Excavator 

Cox, Harry B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Galvanometer . 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 
, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
i Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Electrical repeating-bell. 

Galvanic battery 

Galvanic battery 



Hotel-signal. 



Rail-splice 

Rail-splice 

Clamp for rail-joints . 

Fish-plate. 



Guide for drill-blanks 



Cox, Harry B 
Cox, Harry B 
Cox, Harry B 

Cos, Henry B., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Cox, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cox, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cox, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cox, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cox, Jacob D., Jr., assignor to Cox & Prentiss, Cleveland, Ohio, 

Cox, John. (See Bailev, Henry E., assignor.) 

Cox JohnC., and"W. F. Black, Louisville, Ky. Semaphore 

Cox, Joseph D., assignor to M. E. Cox, Rochester, N. Y. Making bread V."V 

Cox, Joseph L., assignor to Duplex Printing Press Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Feed- 
governor for printing-presses 

Cox, Mary E. (See Cox, Joseph D., assignor.) 

Cox, PhebeE., Readington, N.J. Dish- washing machine 

Cox & Prentiss. (See Cox, Jacob D., Jr., assignor.) 

Cox, Richard L., Greenville, N. C. Whiffletree 

Cox, Thomas B. (See Haskins and Cox.) 

Cox, Thomas J. , Gainesville, Tex. Portable flour and meal bin 

Cox, William H., Virden, 111. Gate. (Reissue) ---- ...:'...- 

Coxe, EckleyB., and S.Salmon, Drifton, Pa.; said Salmon assignor to said Coxe. Mechani- 
cal movement 

Coxe, George E. (See Coxe, Mervin and G. E.) 

Coxe, Mervin and G. E., Great Valley, N. Y. Drag-saw 

Coxhead, JohnF., Poughkeepsie, M. Y. Saw-setting vise .- .......... 

Coy, Frederick W., assignor to G. H. P. Flagg, trustee, Boston, Mass. Making heel-strips 

Coy Henry E., Toledo, Ohio. Machine for cutting screws - 

Coyle Andrew M., Washington, D. C. Method of and apparatus for distilling water 

Coyle, Andrew M., Washington, D. C, assignor to W. B. Dunning, Geneva, N. Y. Steam- 
boiler . 

Coyne, 

Crabb, 

Crafts, 

Crafts, 

Crafts, 

Crafts, 

Cragin 

Craig, 



No. 



blanks 



Luke, New Haven, Conn. Clothes-line hook - - - 

James N., assignor of one-half to J. E. Taylor, Richmond, Ind. Horse-collar 

Francis H., assignor to E. & B. Holmes, Buffalo, N. Y. Journal-box 

John L., Somerville, Mass. Extension-ladder 

Samuel P., Hamden, Conn. Brick-kiln 

Samuel P., Hamden, Conn. Brick-machine 

, Patrick H. (See Russell and Cragin.) . , 

Abraham, assignor to Boston Clock Company, Boston, Mass. Finishing wheel- 



355,682 

367,192 
369,274 
356,452 
356,453 
370,728 
375,607 

375,132 
366,305 
372,657 
372,658 
375,441 

375,442 

362,722 
362,723 
371,553 
372,659 
367,894 

356,573 
365,331 

370,321 

372,123 

362,574 

359,347 
10,795 

369,233 

361,052 
358,842 
357,552 
357,180 
364,199 

365,971 
363,601 
365.463 
370,729 
361,137 
355.387 
367,369 



Dato. 



Jan. 11 

July 26 
30 
25 

25 



Aug 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Sept. 27 
Dec. 27 



Craig, Daniel H., agent. (See Boyle, Jeffrey C, assignor.) 
Craig, David B., Eureka, Hans. Hay-stacker 






Craig, Edward, Albion, 111. Barrel stand and truck -. - - - - - - - - - ' 

Craig, Frank S., assignor to New York and Brooklyn Coffin Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Burial-casket fastening 

Craig, George W., Grimm's Landing. W. Va. Weighing-scale 

Craig, James. (See Baker, Craig, and Singleton.) 

Craic John C, Fenelon Falls, Ontario, Canada. Combined latch and lock 

Craig, John C, Fenelon Falls, Ontario, Canada. Combined latch and lock 

Crai?' Robert S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Bait and fish bucket 

Craig, AVarren H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to himself and D. F. Robinson, Law- 
rence, Mass. Lubricator for locomotives 

Craig, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Condenser 

Craige, Edward H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tamper-proof label 

Craio-e, Edward II., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hand attachment for treadles 

Crain, Benjamin B., et al. (See Ketchum, William G., assignor.) 

Crain, Lawrence S. (See Stallcup, John W., assignor.) 

Crain, William O., assignor of two-thirds to Wise Bros., Baltimore, Md. Button-attaching 

machine 

Craine, William, Brookfield, N. Y. Broom or mop holder 

Cram, Elisha S. (See Covell and Cram ) 

Cram Merrill H., La Crosse, Wis. Device to prevent hens from sitting 

Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Company, William. (See See, Horace, assignor.) 

Crampton, Thomas R., Westminster, England. Railway-wheel 

Crandall, Arthur F. , Lemars, Iowa. Harmonica-bolder 

(See Ovenshire, Elijah A., assignor.) 

Binghamton, N. Y. Fabric-holder 

Montrose, Pa. Toy spring-gun 

Crandall', Fred W.', Montrose, Pa. Toy target . - - - - -------- 

Crandall, Henry F., assignor of one-half to Milwaukee Harvester Company, Milwaukee, 

Wis. Grain-binder -- - - - - - - - - - - 

Crandall, Henry F., assignor of one-half to Milwaukee Harvester Company, Milwaukee, 

Wis. Grain-binder 

Crandall, Hosea B., Brocton, N. Y. Apparatus for cutting veneers ----- - 

Crandall, Jason W., assignor to R. Nixon and E. O. Rickart, Cortland, N. Y. Pickax and 

mattock 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hobby-horse - - - 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to C. G. Mortimer, New York, N. Y. 

Pencil 

Crandall, Jesse A . , assignor to A. P. Stevens, Brooklyn, N. Y. Chair for children 



Dec. 20 
July 12 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 8 
Dec. 27 

Dec. 27 

May 10 
May 10 
Oct. 18 
Nov. 8 
Aug. 9 

Jan. 25 
June 21 

Sept. 20 

Oct. 25 

May 10 

Mar. 15 
Jan. 4 



Monthly 
volume. 



P. 

CO 



530 

1969 
2756 
1658 
1659 
2074 
2048 

1408 
762 
556 
557 

1814 

1815 

932 
933 
1155 
558 
814 

1828 
1637 

1446 

2008 

710 

1318 
516 



Aug. 30 2700 



Apr. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
May 

July 
May 
June 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Jan. 
Aug. 



12 



948 
623 

1175 
651 

3035 

304 

2174 
1841 
2075 
1073 
126 
21 



139 
140 
532 
735 
434 
434 
550 
531 

366 
205 
152 
152 



374,142 Nov. 29 2782 



Crandall, Cyrus T. 
Crandall, Edgar J.. 
Crandall, Fred W., 



365,332 
372,604 

362,037 
369,234 

358,385 
368,324 
372,124 

367,370 
365,119 
362,820 
369.235 



368,134 
369,318 

365,672 

370,451 
360,857 

371,035 
355,975 
355,976 

362,427 

372,520 
: 357,181 

' 369,921 
366,571 



June 21 
Nov. 1 

Apr. 26 

Aug. 30 

Feb. 22 - 
Aug. 16 
Oct. 25 

Aug. 2 
June 21 
May 10 
Aug. 30 



Aug. 9 
Sept. 6 

June 28 

Sept. 27 
Apr. 12 

Oct. 4 
Jan. 11 
Jan. 11 

May 3 

Nov. 1 
Feb. 8 

Sept. 13 
July 12 



1638 
471 

2371 
2703 

2366 
1432 
2009 

22 
1339 
1068 
2704 



1149 
18 



364,220 June 7 
370,530 ' Sept. 27 



1649 
655 

437 
979 
981 

497 

341 
653 

859 
1120 

29 
1769 



Official 

Gazette. 



'474 
475 
254 
255 
301 
152 
219 

478 
427 

388 

515 

197 

342 
136 

717 

239 
154 
309 
169 
789 

eo 

563 
478 
550 
271 
34 
5 



748 

;427 

' 428 

126 

618 
718 

628 
379 
515 

6 
355 
290 
718 



j 38 

'40 
40 
38 
38 
40 
41 

41 
40 
41 
41 
41 

}«X 

39 
39 
41 
41 
40 

38 
39 

40 

41 

39 

38 
38 

40 

39 

38 
38 
38 
39 

40 
39 
39 
40 
39 
38 
40 



41 

>39 
41 

39 

40 

38 
40 
41 

40 
39 
39 

40 



2158 ! 563 



440 
172 

110 

257 
257 



94 

169 



227 
300 

9 
C 471 
}472 



305 40 
5 40 

39 



40 
39 

41 
38 
38 



140 39 



41 
38 



40 
40 



39 

Uo 






113 

396 

1014 

339 

331 

1445 

1406 

1334 
152 

585 

585 

1423 

1424 

655 

655 
243 

585 
615 

371 
1409 

1322 

417 
613 

1160 

102 

1003 

180 

1024 

650 

550 

1076 

58 

907 

1460 

1446 

204 

26 

455 



1029 

1409 
558 

462 
1003 



740 
417 

455 
1352 

679 
1004 



677 
1038 

1521 

1367 
129 

87 
198 
199 

571 

535 
551 

1206 
223 

1094 

1388 



72 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Shoe-blacking 



Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, assignor to W. Youngblood, Jamaica, N. T. 
stand 

Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, and F. Snyder, New York, N. Y. Hobby-horse 

Crandall, Mollie J., et al. (See Dickenson, Charles, assignor.) 

Crandall, Nathan W., assignor of one-half to G. W. Jopson, Meriden, Conn. Key-ring 

Crandall, "William E., New York, N. Y. Child's carriage 

Crandell, Edgar J., assignor of one-half to G-. H. Ford, Binghamton, N. Y. Hose-supporter. 

Crandell, James E. (See Murray, Michael R., assignor.) 

Crane &, Breed Manufacturing Company. (See Edgley, George R., assignor.) 

Crane Brothers Manufacturing Company. (See Reynolds, George H., assignor.) 

Crane Elevator Company. (See Crane and Reynolds, assignors.) 

Crane Elevator Company. (See Heermans, Tbaddeus "W"., assignor.) 

Crane Elevator Company. (See Reynolds, George H., assignor.) 

Crane Elevator Company. (See Veeder, John I., assignor.) 

Crane, Moses G., Newton, Mass. Lifting-jack 

Crane, Origen C. (See Corson and Crane.) 

Crane, Richard T., Chicago, 111. Chime steam-whistle 

Crane, Richard T., Chicago, 111. Pipe-hanger 

Crane, Theodore F., Rantoul, 111. Hame-tug 

Crane, TheodoreF.,JS"ewark, N .JT. Arm-rest for penmen 

Grain-drill tube 

Covering attachment for shoes of grain-drills 

Fertilizer-feed for drills 

Feed device for grain-drills 

Grain-drill 1 •- 

Drill- tube 

Harrow 

Broadcast seeder '. 

Tube for grain and fertilizer drills 

Combined plow, barrow, and planter 

Grain-drill 

Grain-drill tube 



Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Ya. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Ya. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 
Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. 

Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. Grain-drill 

Crane, Thomas R., Heathsville, Va. Feed device for grain-drills 

Crane, Thomas R. , Heathsville, Va. Hopper for fertilizer-drills 

Crane, William F., and G. H. Reynolds, New York, N. Y., assignors to Crane Elevator 
Company, Chicago, 111. Inclined hoist 

Crane, William F., and G. H. Reynolds, New York, N. Y., assignors to Crane Elevator 
Company, Chicago. 111. Elevator 

Crane, William H., Woodbury, N. J., assignor of three-fourths to H. M. Love, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Key-fastener ..." 

Cranmer, William C. (See Arnold and Cranmer.) 

Cranson, Giles S., assignor to Cranson, Huntley & Co., Silver Creek, N. Y. Grain-scourer . 

Cranson, Huntley & Co. (See Cranson, Giles S., assignor.) 

Cranson, Huntley & Company. (See Huntley, William W., assignor.) 

Cravens, James R, Ringgold, Ga. Hub 



Craw, Joseph T., Jersey City, N. J. Paper box 

Craw, Joseph T., Jersey City, N. J. Folding paper box 

Crawford, Alexander M., Campbell Hall, N. Y. Concealed flush hinge 

Crawford, Andrew L., et al. (See Turner, Isaac P., assignor.) 
Crawford, Charles, assignor of one-third to S. P. Thorn, Clintondale, N. Y. 
aachine • 



Box-making^ 



Crawford, Charles A., Thompson, Conn. Pie-plate rim 

Crawford, David, Asbury Park, N. J. Automatic tension for sewing-machines 

Crawford, George S., and B. F. Kinnear, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wood-embossing machine 

Crawford, James G., E. F. Poland, Boston, and M. W. Robinson, Somerville, Mass.; saidj 

Poland and Robinson assignors to said Crawford. Ironing-machine < 

Crawford, John. (See Hard and Crawford.) 

Crawford, Middleton, Brooklyn, N. Y.. assignor to American Cotton Seed Company, ofi 

New Jersey. Machine for removing lint or fiber from cotton-seed J 

Crawford, Middleton, Brooklyn, assignor to W. R. Baird, New York, N. Y. Vise 

Crawford, Middleton, Brooklyn, assignor to W. R. Baird, New York, N. Y. Vise 

Crawford, Robert, et al. (See Rodger, Thomas, assignor.) 



Crawley, Edwin, Newport, Ky. Machine for rounding and backing books 

Creager, Jonathan, Cincinnati, Ohio. Clay -pulverizer 

Creager, Jonathan, Cincinnati, Ohio. Brick-machine 

Creager, Jonathan, Cincinnati, Ohio. Conveyer 

Creamer, Henry, New York, N. Y. Steam feed- water trap 

Creamer, Henry, New York, N. Y. Steam feed- water trap. (Reissue) 

Creamer, Walter J., and J. D. Leach, Penobscot, Me. Life-preserver 

Crebbin, Thomas, Luther, Mich. Saw-swaging machine 



Crecelius, Louis J., St. Louis, Mo. Railway track-drill 

Crecelius, Louis J., St. Louis, Mo. Railway track-drill 

Cree, J. Thompson, Worcester, Mass. Shedding mechanism for looms 

Cregier, Dewitt C, Chicago, 111. Pressure-regulator for water-supply mains . 

Cregier, Dewitt C, Chicago, 111. Street-railway 

Cregier, Dewitt C, Chicago, 111. Street-railway rail 

Creque, Allen P. , New York, N. Y. Pedestal for range-boilers 

Creque, Allen P., New York, N. Y. Boiler stand or pedestal 

Creque, Allen P., New York, N. Y . Pedestal for range-boilers 

Cressey, George. (See Deitzman and Cressey.) 

Cresson, Clement. (See Bretherton, Martin, assignor.) 

Cresswell, Francis A., Strongstown , Pa. Steam-actuated valve 

Creuzbaur, Robert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam-engine 

Creuzbaur, Robert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam-engine 

Creuzbaur, Kobert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam-engine 



No. 



371,030 
302,941 



Date. 



Oct. 4 
May 17 



Monthly 
volume. 






368,135 Aug. 9 
356,100 Jan! 18 
355,388 i Jan. 4 



355,806 

359,775 
368,755 
355,389 
364,705 
363,286 
363,602 
363,603 
303,604 
363,605 
363.606 
364,575 
364,576 
364,577 
364,906 
372,125 
372,120 

372,127 

374,454 
374,455 



368,756 
355,593 
350,273 

360,858 

355,977 

371,925 
301,268 

363,592 

368,382 
358,963 
365,673 

359,135 

358,256 

375,537 
375,538 

372,128 

361.000 
364,907 
373,389 
358,964- 

10,853 

369.319 
360,420 

375,669 

375,670 

372,840 

359.315 

369,397 
369,398 

307,003 

375,133 
375,412 



438 
1243 

1151 

1102 
127 



Oct. 25 

Apr. 12 
June 14 
Nov. 15 
Mar. 8 

Aug. 2 

Sept. 
Apr. 5 

Dec 27 

Dec. 27 

Nov. 8 

Mar. 15 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 

July 20 

Dec. 20 
Dec. 27 



358,804 Mar. 
358.843 | Mar. 



110 
330 

305 

307 

34 



Official 
Gazette. 



41 
39 



40 
38 
38 



Jan. 


11 


803 


Mar. 


22 


2008 


Aug. 


23 


2046 


Jan. 


4 


128 


June 


14 


703 


May 


17 


1715 


May 


24 


2175 


May 


24 


2176 


May 


24 


2177 


May 


24 


2178 


May 


24 


2180 


June 


7 


526 


June 


7 


527 


June 


7 


528 


Juno 


14 


1013 


Oct. 


25 


2010 


Oct. 


25 


2011 


Oct. 


25 


2012 


Dec. 


6 


406 


Dec. 





407 


Aug. 


10 


1432 


Aug. 


23 


2047 


Jan. 


4 


357 


Jan. 


18 


1391 


Apr. 


12 


656 


Jan. 


11 


982 


Oct. 


25 


1704 


Apr. 


19 


1270 


May 


24 


2149 


Aug. 


16 


1504 


Mar. 


8 


807 


June 28 


2159 


Mar. 


8 


1030 


Feb. 


22 


2187 


Dec. 


27 


1937 


Dec. 


27 


1939 



210 

507 
541 
34 
187 
449 
563 
563 
564 
564 
565 
141 
142 
142 
266 
516 
516 
;516 
517 
106 
106 



38 

38 
40 
38 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
41 
41 



41 

41 



380 40 



2014 

879 
1015 
1683 

807 

637 

19 
25 

2138 

2140 

849 

1275 
120 
122 

1833 

1409 
1772 



542 
105 
368 



172 

(257 

£258 

442 

324 

(559 
J 560 

401 

204 

563 

$267 

1268 

(576 

1577 
507 
507 

(517 
J 518 

222 

266 

446 

204 

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J55 



555 
556 

556 
226 
227 
330 
35 
35 
495 
490 
366 
464 



139 
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38 
38 

39 

1 38 

41 
39 

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40 

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39 
41 
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358,845 



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Mar. 



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024 

626 \ ] 5^ [38 



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157 



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1020 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



73 



Xame, residence, and invention. 



Steam-engine 

Steam-engine . - 

Jacket for steam-cylinders. 



Crenzbanr. Robert, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Crenzbanr, Robert. Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Creuzbaur, Robert, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Creuzbaur, Robert, Brooklyn, X. Y. Compound single-acting steam-engine . 

Crigler, Thomas E.. et al. (See "Woodhurst, Hazzard, assignor.) 

Crisp, Joseph E. (See Copeland and Crisp.) 

Crisp, Joseph E. (See Copeland, Crisp, and Grandy.) 

Crisp, Joseph E. (See Kimpton and Crisp. ) 

Crisp, William TV. (See Wood and Crisp.) 

Crisp, William TV., Cheltenham, county of Gloucester, England. 



Xo. 



Trousers and pattern 



therefor. 



Crist, John, assignorof one-half to J. S. Alexander, Browning, Mo. Cutting apparatus for 
harvesters 

Crist. Jolm L. (See Ingraham and Crist.) 

Crist, John T., Jersey Shore, Pa. Horse-rake 

Cristadoro, Chanes, Xew York, X. Y. Pad 

Criswell, Joel T., Collamore, Pa. Mitering-macbine 

Crittenden, "William H., Belden, Ohio. Road-scraper 

Croake. Daniel , Milwaukee, Wis. Bung-retainer and stamp-protector 

Crocker, Ara D., Sheboygan, Wis. Chair 

Crocker, Eugene B., Pawtucket, R. I. Xecktie-fastener 

Crocker Filtering Company. (See Crocker, James A., assignor.) 

Crocker, Francis B. (See Curtis and Crocker.) 

Crocker, Francis B. (See Curtis, Wheeler, and Crocker.) 

Crocker, Francis B., and C. G. Curtis, Xew York, X. Y., assignors to C. & C. Electric Motor 
Company. Electric batterv 

Crocker, James A., Boston, Mass., assignor to Crocker Filtering Company. Filtering-ma- 



chine 



Crocker, James A., Boston, Mass., assignor to Crocker Filtering Company. Filtering-ma- 
chine 

Crocker, James A., Boston, Mass., assignor to Crocker Filtering Company. Filtering-ma- 



chine 



Vehicle-spring 

Vehicle-spring 



Crocker, Richard, Mazomanie, and J. Diehl, Franksville. Wis. 
Crocker, Richard. Mazomanie, and J. Diehl, Franksville, Wis. 
Crocker, Robert L. (See Wakeman and Crocker.) 

Crockett, John R.. Flatonia, Tex. Dredging-machine 

Crockett, Virgil, Dexter, Me. Double-seaming machine 

Crockford, Alfred H. (See Johnson, William C., assignor.) 

Crockford, Alfred H., East Xewark, X. J. Boiler-cleaner and water-heater 

Crockford. Alfred H., Harrison, X. J. Water heater and purifier 



Crorlbrd, Warren K., Xew York, X. Y., assignor to W. Bardsley, Kearney Township, X. J. 
Door for boistways 

Crofut, Eber R. , Xe wburyport, Mass. Window 

Cromer. Lawrence W. (See Gavin and Cromer.) 

C rommer, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. Trousers-stretcher 

Crommer, Robert, and A. H. Phillips, Philadelphia, Pa. Stand for flat-irons 

Cromptou Company. (See Graemiger, August, assignor.) 

Crompton, George. (See Dunn, Denis, assignor.) 

Cromptou, George, deceased, (M. C. Crompton administratrix.) Worcester, Mass. Carpet 
fabric 

Crompton, George, deceased, (M. C. Crompton administratrix,) Worcester. Mass. Loom.. 

Crompton, George, deceased, (M. C. Crompton administratrix,) and H. Wyman, Worces- 
ter, Mass. : said Wy man assignor to said Crompton. Friction- clutch 

Crompton, George, deceased, (M. C. Crompton, administratrix.) and H. Wyman, Worces-j 
ter. Mass.. assignors to said George Crompton. Let-off mechanism for looms j 

Crompton, Mary C. (See Wymau, Horace, assignor.) 

Crompton. Mary C\, administratrix. (See Crompton, George.) 

Crompton, Mary C, administratrix. (See Crompton and Wyman.) 

Crompton, Mary C, administratrix. (See Dunn, Denis.) 

Crompton, Mary C, administratrix. (See McDade, John, assignor.) 

Cromwell, William, Florida, assignor of one-third to F. J. English, Spring Valley, X. Y. 
Insecticide - - 

Cron, Andrew J., assignor to Crop, Kills & Co., Piqua, Ohio. Adjustable and separable 
furniture 

Cron. Kills & Co. (See Cron, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Cronan, James W., Tiptonville, Tenn. Hub - 

Cronan, John. Minneapolis. Minn. Hoisting-tackle 

Cronk, William, Havana, X. Y. Combined screw-driver and brad-awl 

Crook, Charles, Brooklyn, assignor to F. M. Earle, Mexico, X. Y. Butter-dish machine 

Crook. Charles. Xew York, assignor to F. M. Earle, Mexico, and W. M. White, Utica, X. Y. 

Manufacturing butter-dishes 

Crooker Manufacturing Company, William W. (See Crooker, William W., assignor.) 

Crooker, William W., Lynn, Mass. Device for inking the soles of boots or shoes -. 

Crooker, William W., Lynn, Mass. Device for inking the edges of shoe-soles 

Crooker, William W., assignor to W. W. Crooker Manufacturing Company, Lynn, Mass. 

Device for inking the edges of boot or shoe soles 

Crooro, Wiley G., assignor of one -half to G. S. Irving, Vicksburg, Miss. Lamp attach- 



358,846 
365,797 

369,922 
369,923 



366,155 

362,821 

356,351 
372,458 
363,119 
373,884 
370,857 
•367,702 
366.156 



358,386 

358,106 

358,107 

353,108 
371. 825 
371,826 I 

362,877 ! 
372,896 [ 

360,145 
373,647 

373,053 
357,701 

362,495 
359,204 



363,366 



Date. 



Mar. 8 

July 5 

Sept, 13 

Sept, 13 



July 5 

May 10 

Jan. 18 

Nov. 1 

May 17 

Xov. 29 

Oct. 4 

Aug. 2 

Julv 5 



Feb. 22 

Feb. 22 

Feb. 22 

Feb. 22 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 18 

May 10 
Xov. 8 

Mar. 2D 
Xov. 22 

Xov. 15 
Feb. 15 

May 10 
Mar. 8 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



03 



636 158 

50 15 

* C0 Ms 

™ ,1! 



548 


147 


1069 


290 


1512 


397 


259 


71 


1496 


396 


2415 


649 


157 


42 


518 


142 


549 


148 



2.167 

1977 

1979 

1981 
1549 
1551 

1146 
929 

2619 
2080 

1168 
1400 

599 

1117 



Mav 24 1823 
363,367 May 24 1824 



629 

522 

522 

523 
400 
401 

308 

231 

663 

;555 
[556 

313 

368 

169 

291 



479 
479 



363,507 
364,807 



375,263 

361,992 

365,367 
360,859 
366,205 

361,138 

375.204 

370,452 

373.390 



May 24 2038 530 



June 14 872 



Dec. 20 1574 

Apr. 26 2307 

June 28 1600 
Apr. 12 656 
July 12 620 

1075 



( 229 
) 230 



600 



Apr. 12 
Dec. 20 



440 
173 
170 
;271 
272 



38 ' 1026 

40 11 

' 40 1206 

; 

> 40 1206 



•;o 103 

39 679 



38 
41 

39 

41 
41 
40 

■ill 



304 
519 
767 
958 
31 
549 
104 



38 886 
38 812 
38 812 



38 

41 
41 

39 

41 

38 

3d 

39 
38 



39 
39 



.13 
[39 



813 
323 
323 

693 
651 

1421 

8?6 

704 

700 

594 

1117 



840 
840 

881 
1258- 



41 1369 



39 






451 



<272 \ 



39 1432 

39 130 

40 125 

^39 204 



1575 413 41 1369 



Sept. 27 1649 
Xov. 15 1684 



367,895 Aug. 9 815 



nieiit 



Cropper, Joseph C, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Washing-machine 

Crosby, Abel A. (See Gilzinger, Sebastian, assignor.) 

Crosby, Charles-B., Frankfort. X. Y. Curry-comb 

Crosby, Edward H., Boston, Mass. Electric hose-coupling 

Crosby. George H., Somerville. Mass. Whistle 

Crosby. George H.. and A. C.Meady, Somerville, assignors to Crosby Steam Gage and Valve 

Company. Boston. Mass. Safety-valve 

Crosby, J. Park. (See Jayne, William, assignor.) 

Crosby. J. Park. (See Jayne and Crosby.) 

Crosby, J. Park, and W. jayne, Xew York, X. Y. Wardrobe-hook 

Crosby, James H., Boston, Mass. Automatic signal apparatus 



371,124 
371,125 

370.047 
368,654 
357,702 



Oct. 
Oct. 



558 
558 



Sept, 20 1064 
Aug. 23 1890 
Feb. 15 1401 



440 

447 

219 

142 
142 

281 
504 
368 



40 1367 

41 799 



40 615 



41 

41 



110 
110 



40 1250 
40 837 



356,525 Jan. 25 1756 457 



38 
38 



700 
357 



364,990 June 14 1139 
355.639 Jan. 4 466 



298 

;i24 

I 125 



39 1307 

'■38 92 



74 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Crosby, Oliver, St. Paul, Minn. Hoisting-machine 

Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company. (See Crosby and Meady, assignors.) 
Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company. (See Meady, Albert C, assignor.) 
Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company. (See Meady and Dodge, assignors.) 
Crosley, Powel. (See English and Stubbers, assignors.) 
Crosman, George A., et al. (See Glazier, George W., assignor.) 

Cross, Andrew B.. Salem, Mass. Apparatus for measuring cloth in bolts 

Cross, Anson K., Boston, Mass. Easel 

Cross, Anson K., Boston, Mass. Studio-easel 



Cross, Arthur E., assignor of one-half to B. E. Bex, St. Louis, Mo. Cable-car signal 

Cross, Eloyd K., Maple Bapids, Mich. Slide-rest 

Cross, Erank, Louisville, Ky., assignor of one-half to H. A. Buerk, New Albany, Ind. Bur- 
glar-alarm and call-bell 

Cross, Erank W., "Washington, D. C. Curb for presses 

Cross, Erank W., Washington, D. C. Ship's binnacle..., 



Cross, George N., Norwich, Conn. Spool-holder 

Cross, Ira, Nashua, N. H. Loom shuttle 

Cross, Peter M., Phillips, assignor of one-half to Spanogle & Co., Aurora, Nebr. Valve for 

steam-engines 

Cross.Pete'rM., Phillips, assignorof one-half to Spanogle & Co., Aurora, Nebr. Beversing- 

valve for steam-engines 



Cross, William C, Boston, Mass. Machinery for the manufacture of paper bags 

Crossley, Erancis W. (See Holt, Henry P., assignor.) 

Crossley, Francis W., Openshaw, Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Gas-engine 

Crossley, Erancis W., H. P. Holt, and F. H. Anderson, Openshaw, Manchester, county of 
Lancaster, England. Pendulum-governor for gas-motor engines 

Crossley, Samuel. (See Quinn and Crossley.) 

Crossman, John A., and N. C. Buch, assignors to E. C. Atkins & Company, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Saw-swaging machine 

Crosswell, Herbert E., assignor of one-half to W. A. Griffith, Providence, B. L Bail-fast- 
ening device 

Croswell, Lewis P., McLean, 111. "Wrench 

Croswell, Samuel P., 2d, Medford, Mass. Sash-fastening 

Crothers, Caleb, Wyandotte, Kans. Mechanical oiler 

Crothers, Caleb, Wyandotte. Kans. Combined punching and shearing machine 

Crotty, John. (See Shedlock, Alfred, assignor.) 

Crouch, Frank J., Eugene City, Oreg. Galvanic battery 

Crouch, George, New York, N. V. Trunk or case 

Crouse, Ered.'M., and K. E. Lewis, Bacine, Wis. Cork-presser 

Crow, Benjamin F., assignor of one-half to F. B. Brownell, St. Louis, Mo. Car-brake 

Crow, Benjamin E., assignor to Brownell & Wight Car Company, St. Louis, Mo. Car-brake. 

Crow, W. J., et al. (See Haltom, Samuel, assignor.) 
Crow, William. (Sec Culver and Crow.) 

Crowdus, Walter A., Dallas, Tex. Electrical fare-box 



Crowdns, Walter A., and H. M. Sutton, Dallas, Tex. Electric-arc lamp 

Crowdus, Walter A., and H. M. Sutton, Dallas, Tex. Electric-arc lamp 

Crowe, Charles P., Mount Gilead, Ohio. Vehicle-spring 

Crowe, Kichard B., et al. (See Laforge, George M., assignor.) 

Crowe, William. (See Koplin and Crowe.) 

Crowell, Charles T., Denver, Colo. Dielectric composition 

Crowell, Everard S., Bochester, Minn. Stretching and drying frame for sensitized paper. 

Crowell, George W., Bogers Park, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to American Pa- 
per Bottle Company, of New York. Machine for adjusting the ends in vessels 

Crowell, George W., Bogers Park, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to American Pa- 
per Bottle Company, of New York. Machine for coating the interior of vessels with wa- 
ter-proof lining 

Crowell, Hilen C, Erie, Pa. Shaft-bushing for loose pulleys ..................... 

Crowell, LutherC, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pasting apparatus 



Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Web-feeding mechanism for printing-machines. 
Crowell, LutherC, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sheet-associating mechanism 



Crowell, Luther C, Brooklyn, assignor to E. Hoe & Co., New York, N. Y. Web printin <?} 
and delivery mechanism c 

Crowell Manufacturing Company. (See Lowman, William W.. assignor.) 

Crowell, Solomon, assignor of two-thirds to A. H. Matson and S. A. Seager, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lunch-heater ". 

Crowl, George, New Lisbon, Ohio. Booting '.'.'.'..........'...'.. 

Crowley, Daniel, Boston, Mass. Velocipede 

Crowley, Edward, Pierce, Nebr. Machine for catching and destroying potato-bugs" '.'.'. 
Crownfield, Herman F. D., assignor of one-half to E. X. Ganter, Baltimore, Md. Combined 

latch and lock 

Crowson, William L., assignor of one-half to T. H. and J. d! MUburn" Memphis, Tenn'. 

Elyingtop 

Crowther, William B., Sr., Ocean Beach, N.J. Chimney cowl and ventilator 

Crozier, William C, assignor of one-half to C. H. Flournoy and B. H. Sansom, Knoxville, 

Tenn. Hand-stamp 

Crull, Lafayette. (See Lingle and Crull.) 

Crura, Albert, The Dalles, Oreg. Miter-box 

Crum, George D. (See Shipley, John, assignor.) 

Crum, Joseph S., Manhattan, Kans. Listing-plow 

Crumbaker, Fred B. , Mendon, Mich. Thill-coupling ..'.**. 

Crumbie, Alexander. (See McCollum, Parr, and Crumbie.) 

Crumbie, Thomas J., et al. (See Nulty, James T., assignor.) 

Crume & Sefton Manufacturing Co. (See Boberts, Webster, assignor.) 

Crump, Walters., Westfield, N. Y. Toy pistol 

Cruse, John H., Felicity, Ohio. Tiling 



No. 



356,526 



372.6C0 
364,991 
374,116 

369,275 

356,709 



365,368 
370,247 

370,248 

363,728 
375,265 

363,317 

363,318 
363,729 

370,322" 
363,508 

363,730 

362,428 
367,703 
356,190 
355,757 
368,571 

374,456 
371,554 
360,340 
363,319 

364,706 



357,372 

358,145 
360,377 
371,435 



361,347 
362,429 



Date. 


Jan. 


25 


Nov. 8 
June 14 
Nov. 29 


Aug. 


30 


Jan. 


25 


June 28 
Sept. 20 


Sept. 


20 


May 
Dec. 


24 
20 


May 


17 


May 


17 



Monthly 
volume. 



May 24 

Sept. 20 
May 24 

May 24 

May 3 
Aug. 2 
Jan. 18 
Jan. 11 
Aug. 23 

Dec. 6 
Oct. 18 
Mar. 29 
May 17 

June 14 



Feb. 8 

Feb. 22 
Mar. 29 
Oct. 11 



Apr. 19 
May 3 



360,951 ! Apr. 12 



360,952 
372,521 

360,860 
365,051 



Apr. 12 
Nov. 1 

Apr. 12 
June 21 



373,224 : Nov. 15 
357,551 Feb. 8 



366,764 
360,796 
367,025 
361,139 ! 



July 19 
Apr. 5 
July 26 
Apr. 12 



366,998 - July 19 

368,909 
357,269 

368,572 

367,704 



355,978 
365,052 



Aug. 23 
Feb. 8 

Aug. 23 

Aug. 2 

Jan. 11 
June 21 






370,378 
374,143 



Sept. 27 
Nov. 29 



1757 



559 
1139 

2747 

2757 
2011 

1692 
1344 

1345 

2359 
1577 

1758 

1759 
2360 

1447 

2039 
• 

2361 

498 
519 

1280 

638 

1785 

408 
1156 
2895 
1761 

704 



899 

2038 

2955 

994 



1375 
499 



796 



798 
342 

658 

1229 



1436 



1169 



1399 

560 

1735 

1078 

1698 

2262 
772 

1786 

520 

983 
1234 



1542 

2783 



457 



153 

298 

738 

\735 

1736 

528 

441 
359 
(359 
1360 
612 
413 



Official 
Gazette. 



38 



41 
39 
41 

1 40 

38 

39 
40 

h° 

39 
41 



460 I 39 

461 ! 39 
\ 613 I j 39 



I ' 



388 
530 



40 
39 



613 39 



141 
143 
338 
166 
475 



39 

40 

38 
38 
40 



106 ! 41 

301 j 41 

738 ] 38 

461 ' 39 



C 187 ? 

1 188 ; j 



39 



bo 
cS 



358 



585 
1307 
1023 

1014 

466 

1432 
1303 

1303 

942 
1369 

818 

813 
942 



1323 

882 

943 

571 
549 
259 
134 
817 

1124 
243 

1473 
819 

1229 



(237 

1238 

536 

750 

258 



141 

205 



> 38 597 



38 
33 
41 



39 

39 



39 



39 
41 

^39 



206 

94 

(173 

1 174 

m 

( 379 : ? 

1 380 ; I 

(307 

< 308 ■ > 38 

(309 



822 

1482 

202 



271 
572 



153 



154 
535 



130 



39 1334 



41 



374 
146 

467 
272 



40 
39 
40 
39 



456 ! 40 



601 
200 



475 
143 



258 
325 



413 

748 



40 
38 



40 
40 



38 
39 



753 



648 



281 
105 
352 
205 

337 

908 
573 

817 

549 

199 
1335 



40 1348 

41 1030 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1387. 



75 



Aljihabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xame, resilience, and invention. 



No. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 







6 


bl 














S. 


H 





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Crutcher, Jane P., Franklin County, Ivy. Vine-support 

Cruttenden, Will H., and M. E. Card, Cazenovia, N. Y. Flying target. 

Cubley, Edwin J., Ravens wood, 111. Banjo 

Cuendet Emile, Hoboken, N. J. Safety-check for music-boxes 

Cuevdet, Eiuile. (See Junod, Arthur, assignor.) 

Culberson, John L., Hendrysburg, assignor ot one-third to G. E. and S. Hilles, Barnesville, 

Ohio. Padlock 

Culbertson, John W., Indianapolis, Ind. Inhaler 

Culley, George H. (See Kitzmiller and Culley.) 
Cullingworth, George R. (See Tarn and Schury, assignors.) 

~ New York, N. Y. Apparatus for drying compressed air 

, New York, N. Y. Coal-drilling machine 

New York, N. Y. Quarry-frame for rock-drills 

New York, N. Y. Rock-drill clamp 



358.596 
356,92!) 
357,270 
363,451 



Date. 



Mar. 1 275 64 

Feb. 1 255 : 71 

Feb. 8 773 200 

May 24 1946 509 



Culling worth, George K.. 

Cullingworth, George 11. 

Cullingworth, George R. 

Cullingworth, George R., .. 

Cully, William AV., AYest Plains, Mo. Pump. 

Culver, Edmund B., Great Barring ton, Mass. Hat-holder 

Culver, Georse T.. New Haven, Conn. Curling-tongs 

Culver, James H, San Francisco, Cal. Time and longitude indicator 

Culver. James H., San Francisco, Cal. Calipers 

Culver, James H., San Francisco. Cal. Machine for making spiral moldings 

Culver, John B., and W. Crow, Wichita, Hans. "Water-power 

Culver, John P.. Los Angeles. Cal. Tree cover and fumigator 

Culver. Joseph E., Jersey City, N. J. Steam-generator 

Culver, Joseph E., Jersey City, N. J. Steam-generator 

Culver, Lucius L., St. Louis, Mo. Hot-air furnace 

Culver, Willard B., assignor of one-third to J. B. Schiffer, Pittston, Ta. Shaft-coupling. 
Culver, Willard B., assignor of one-third to J. B. Schiffer, Pittston, Pa. Steam-engine . - 

Cnly, David J., Felton, Minn. Well-drilling machine 

Cummer. Herbert. tSee Cummer, William and H.) 

Cummer, AVilliam and H., Cadillac, Mich. Ladder 

dimming, Findlay. (See McLean and Cumming.) 

Cumming, John A., Crawford, Nebr. Planting attachment 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Union Switch and Signal Company, Pitts-? 
burg, Pa. Railway-signal 5 

Cummings, Albert G., Harrisburg, assignor to Union Switch and Signal Company, Pitts-? 
burg. Pa. Switch and signal apparatus - > 

Cummings, Albert G.. Harrisburg, Pa., assignor to Pennsylvania Steel Company, of Penn- 
sylvania. Semaphore-signal and switch stand - 

Cummings, Frank F., New York, N. Y. Show-stand for bottles 

Cummings, George F., et al. (See Floyd, John, assignor.) 

Cummings, George K., et al. (See Schoen, Charles T., assignor.) 

Cummings, Henry H., Maiden, and L. 0. Dion, Natick, Mass. : said Cummings assignor to 
said Dion. Machine for setting tack-rivets - 

Cammings, James K., Ladonia, Tex. Coffee-pot - 

Cummings, James W. (See Sebonacker, John E., assignor.) 

Cummings, John E., et al. (See Schoen, Charles T., assignor.) 

Cummings, John R., assiimorto American Press Association. Chicago, 111. Type and lead. 

Cummings, John R., Chicago, 111., assignor to American Press Association of Chicago. 
Printing-block - 

Cummings, Uriah, Buffalo, N. Y. Air-compressor 

Cummings, William F., Bradford, Yt. Automatic car-brake 1 

Cummings, William H., Charlton Depot, Mass. Water-filter 

Cummings, William J., Ipswich, Mass. Fealher-renovator --- 

Cummings, William K. (See Lederle. Edward E., assignor.) 

Cummins, Mary E. (See Misener. AVilliam D., assignor.) 

Cumnock, Alexander G. (See Falls. Alonzo, assignor.) 

Cumnock, George W., AYoonsocket, R. I. Spinning-machine - 

Cumnock, James W., and E. Shillings, Chicopee, Mass., assignor to Great Falls Spool and 
Bobbin Company, Great Falls, N. H. Spool - 

Cumnock, John, South Hadley Falls, Mass. Seersucker fabric 

Cumnock, AYalter AY., Henderson, Ky., assignor of one-half to G. Draper & Sons, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Pitman - - 

Cundall, Robert, Shipley, near Bradford, county of York, England. Paper-folding ma-} 
chinery 



174 
506 



369 

i 587 

588 

, 342 

5 

i 436 

i 275 

I 143 

275 

342 

389 

513 

476 

133,34 

C674 

1675 

• 467 

C467 

I 468 

44 



355.6*3 Jan. 11 533 140 

| 367,743 Aug. 2 590 [ J 6 ," 

( 452 
361,617 Apr. 19 1746 < 453 
454 
S 440 



360,861 


Apr. 


12 


662 


361,748 


Apr. 


26 


1946 


357,703 


Feb. 


15 


1403 


305.732 


June 28 


2254 


365,733 


June 28 


2256 


371.C72 


Oct. 


18 


1323 


356,750 


Feb. 


1 


14 


361.577 


Apr. 


19 


1090 


356.030 


Jan. 


11 


1046 


357,117 


Feb. 


l 


554 


371.489 


Oct, 


11 


1056 


371,073 


Oct. 


18 


1325 


370,323 


Sep! 


20 


1449 


367,134 


July 


26 


1894 


368,573 


Aug 


23 


1787 


372.360 


Nov. 


1 


111 


369,100 


Aug 


30 


2543 


373,443 


Aov. 


22 


1762 


373.444 


Nov. 


22 


1763 


374,292 


Dec. 


6 


168 



38 
38 
38 
39 



39 
39 



bo 



954 
468 
573 
862 



130 
386 



38 i 701 



370,453 Sept. 27 



366,306 
375,413 



364,578 
362,878 



359,960 

369.632 
3GB. 509 
358,547 
363.120 
; 370,454 



1650 



I Hi 



July 12 764 206 
Dec. 27 1773 464 



June 7 530 142 
May 10 1147 308 



39 
39 
41 
38 
39 
38 
38 
41 
41 
40 
40 
40 
41 

1 40 

41 
}41 

41 

38 
}40 

1 39 

1 40 1367 

40 152 

41 1415 



39 1188 
39 693 



1538 
1538 
277 
425 
330 
211 
523 
215 
277 
1323 
382 
817 
492 

970 



826 
1079 

114 
562 
342 



Mar. 22 2299 i 578 38 



Sept, 6 445 ! 124 

May 24 j 2041 J 531 

Mar. 1 197 46 

May 17 i 1498 ! 396 

Sept. -27 i 1653 , 441 



1356 



40 1119 
39 883 



38 
39 
40 



939 

767 

1368 



End- 



Cundey, Elijah, Philadelphia, Pa. Bat 

Cunning. James. (See Teetor, Abe L., assignor.) 

Cunningham, Albert, Milwaukee, AYis. Carriage feed mechanism for saw-mills . . . 

Cunningham, Eleanor N., Toledo, Ohio. Shoe - 

Cunningham, Fieldon B., assignor of one-half to B. C. Hays, Burlington, Nans. 

gate - - 

Cunningham, George A. (See Cunningham, J. Calder and G. A.) 

Cunningham, J. Calder and G. A., Washington, Hans. Low-binding harvester 

Cunningham, J. Calder and G. A., Washington, Kans. Reel for harvesters 

Cunningham, James. (See Willett, Ora S., assignor.) 

Cunningham, Peter, Bright water. Ark. Game-carrier 

Cunningham, Samuel M., assignor to himself and J. B. Peppin, Coyote, Cal. Side-hill 

gang-plow 

Cunningham, Samuel M., and J. B. Peppin, Coyote, Cal. Nut-lock 

Cunningham Son & Company, James. (See Lozier, E. Murray, assignor.) 

Cunningham, Thomas T., Osceola, Mo. Tongue-support 

Cuntz, Friedrieh, Carlsbad, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary, assignor to Drainage Construction 

Company, Boston. Mass. Flush-tank 

Cupler, Jacob C. (See Hood, Eunice, assignor.) 

Curlett, Lewis K., assignor to H. W. Holmes, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for heating railway- 



! 370,324 

1 370,121 
369,276 

368,519 
371,877 
364,160 

357.582 
373,054 

361.749 



Sept. 20 


1450 


389 


Sept. 20 
Aug. 30 


1177 
2759 


312 
736 


Aug. 16 
Oct, 18 
May 31 


1711 
1637 
2978 


456 
(422 

$423 
773 









40 1323 



Feb. 15 
Nov. 15 



1228 
1170 



323 
313 



40 

40 

40 

39 

33 
41 



1270 
1015 

794 

340 

1066 

669 

704 



Apr. 26 1947 507 39 386 



cars. 



Curran, James. Portland, Oreg. Anti-induction device . 
Curran & Wolff. (See Phillips and Whaley, assignors.) 
Currens. Morton C. (See Leber and Currens.) 

Currev, Edward C, Chicago, 111. Draft-equalizer 

I 



368,910 


Aug. 


23 


2262 


375,694 


Dec. 


27 


2176 


362,879 


May 


10 


1148 


372.403 
366,765 


Nov. 
July 


1 
19 


175 
1399 


3G4,337 


June 


7 


175 


373,885 


Nov 


29 


2416 


374.659 
371,555 


Dec. 
Oct. 


13 
18 


699 
1157 


370,009 


Sept. 


13 


1003 



C601 J 
$602 5 



908 
1490 



308 39 694 



50 
374 



48 
649 



1S4 
301 



41 
40 



39 
41 



4L 
4L 



263 I 40 



503 
281 



1122 
959 



1192 
244 



1231 



76 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Currie, Alonzo T. (See Currie, John H. and A. T.) 

Currie, John H. and A. T., Faison, N. 0. Repairing wagon-axles 

Currie, Stanley C. C, London, county of Middlesex, England, assignor to Currie- Timmis 

Electric aDd Railway Supply Company, (limited,) Philadelphia, Pa. Railway switch . . . 
Currie-Tinxmis Electric and Railway Supply Company. (See Currie, Stanley C. C., assignor.) 

Currie, "William W., Smith's Palls, Ontario, Canada. Duplex time-ticket' . 

Currier, Herbert L., assignor to F. B. Graves, Lynn, Mass. Boiler-tube cleaner 

Currier, Herbert L., assignor to P. B. Graves, Lynn, Mass. Boiler-tube cleaner "... 

Currier, James H. (See Mclntire, Albert A., assignor.) 

Curry, Edmund A., Winchester, assignor of oneialf to P. C. Parker, "Woburn, Mass. 

Leather-dressing machine 

Curry, Henry B., Troy, W. Va. Stock-poke 

Curry, James H., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Gas-regulator : ' " 

Curry, John, New Orleans, La., assignor of one-fourth to W. P. SVeatman, W. Rice, "and 

B. Pagan, New York, N. Y. Equipment for theatrical stages 

Curry, John M., Pramingbam, Mass. Sewing-machine 

Curry, Lewis M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to A. G. Pettibone and A. H. Muliiken", 

Chicago, 111. Switch signal-light 

Curtice, Jesse M., Louisville, Ky. Chum _ '.....'..'..'. 

Curtin, John, Elk Falls, Kans. Sectional horseshoe ....... 

Curtis, Andrew J., Monroe, Me. Machine for making dowels .'.'..'.'.'.'.".. 

Curtis, Charles, et al. (See Smith, Aaron F.. assignor.) 

Curtis, Charles, assignor of one-third to J. W. Gilman, Minden, Nobr. Sulky-plow 

Curtis, Charles G. (See Crocker and Curtis.) 
Curtis, Charles G. (SeeWheeler and Curtis.) 



No. 



356,031 

374,733 

371,126 
368,655 
373,926 



356.101 
367,026 
364,992 



Curtis, Charles G., and F. B. Crocker, New York, N. Y., assignors to C. & C. Electric Mo-? 

tor Company, of New York. Electric-battery jar ( 

Curtis, Charles G., S. S. Wheeler, and F. B. Crocker, New York. N. Y.. assignors "to C.'&C. 

Electric Motor Company. Armature and process of and apparatus for forming the same . . 

Curtis, Charles H., Bluifton, Fla. Fruit-clipper 

Curtis, Henry C. , Troy, N. Y. Making collars and cuffs .'......"...."." 

Curtis, Henry H. (See Richards, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Curtis, Henry H. , North Attleborough, Mass. Button or stud 

Curtis, John D., Worcester, Mass. Machine for manufacturing barb-wire mesh-fencing. . . 

Curtis, Lyman T., Flint, Mich. Machine for making picket fencing 

Curtis, Nelson, Boston, Mass. Thermostatic steam-trap ". "... 

Curtis, Orville H. (See Thompson and Curtis.) 

Curtis, Robert W. (See Brown, George W., assignor.) 

Curtis, Theodore N., and E. W. Hatch, assignors of one-third to J. P. Turnbull, Boston 
Mass. Draft-bung for beer-kegs, &c 

Curtis, Walter S., West Randolph, Yt . Dental flask ."..".""."! 

Curtis, Warren, Corinth, N. Y. Wood-pulp machine " 

Curtis, Winfield. (See Coughlin and Curtis.) 

Curtiss, Robert M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electrical safety device for elevators. (Reissue) . . . 

Curzon, Henry, London, England. Intercepting impurities contained in rain-water and 
filtering the same 

Cushing, Charles F. (See Covell, Edward T., assignor.) 

Cushing, Ellen, San Francisco, Cal. Programme alarm-clock 

Cushing, George W., St. Paul, Minn. Reverse-gear for steam-engines *. 

Cushing, Nichols B., Jersey City, N. J. Brake for hoisting-engines 

Cushing, Nichols B. , Jersey City, N. J. Brake for hoisting-machines 

Cushing, William H., Plattsmouth, Nebr. Garment-supporting clasp 

Cushman, Abe L., Concord, N. H. Loose pulley 

Cnshman, Abe L., assignor to J. A. White, Concord.N. H. Dust-guard for car-axle" boxes 

Cushman, Adoniram J., assignor of five-sixths to C. S. Pullen, W. H. Blake, A. S. Garland, 
A. Gray, and H. C. Pullen, Monson, Me. Composition bath for treating slate or other 
porous stone 

Cnshman, Austin F., Hartford, Conn. Lathe-chuck """.'"" 

Cushman, Chloe P., et al. (See Cushman, George H., assignor.) 

Cushman, Francis A. (See Cushman, George F., assignor.) 

Cushman, Francis A., Plymouth, N. H. Boot or shoe counter forming machine 

Cushman, George P., Barnet, Vt., assignor to himself and F. A. Cushman, Plymouth, N. H. 
Boot or shoe 

Cushman, George H., assignor to C. P. Cushman, Lynn, and Spaulding & Tewksbury, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Paper-box machine 

Cushman, Henry S., Milford, Mass. Whip-stock core '.'.'.".'.'.'.'..'.'.'.. 

Cusick, Allen R., Allendale, 111. Combined latch and lock 

Cussen, William J., assignor of two-thirds to M. Millhiser & Co., Richmond, Va. Tobacco- 
bag 



Cussen, William J., Richmond, Va., assignor of two-thirds to M. Milihiser '&. Co. 
bag. 



Tohacco- 



Cussen, William J., Henrico County, assignor of two-thirds to M. Millhiser & Co ' Rich- 
mond, Va. Tobacco-hag 

Cussen, William J., Henrico County, assignor of two-thirds to M. Milihiser & Co. "Rich- 
mond, Ya. Tobacco bag or wrapper 

Cusson, Japhet S., De Kalb, 111. Rein-guard .... 

Cusson, Japhet S., DeKalb, 111. Harness-pad 

Cutbirth, Lincoln H. (See Shaw, Cutbirth, and Piatt.) 

Cutcheon & Johnson. (See Pray, John, assignor.) 

Cuthbert, Robert B., Magnolia Mines, S. C. Car-heater 

Cuthbertson, John, assignor of one-half to A. J. Howe, Lowell, Mass. Can or pot for meas- 
urmgmilk, &c ..... 

Cutler, E. Waldo, Boston, Mass. Sleeping-car 

Cutler, E. Waldo, Boston, Mass. Sleeping-car '.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'..'...'.'.".. 

Cutler, FredH., Buffalo, N. Y. Portable swing 

Cutler, Fred H., Buffalo, N. Y. Desk attachment 

Cutler, Henry, assignor to H. W. Cutler, North Wilbraham, Mass. Automatic grain-weigh"-? 
ing scales _ t 

Cutler, Henry W. (See Cutler, Henrv, assignor.) 

Cutler, James L. (See Wilkinson and Cutler.) 

Cutler, Robert J., New York, N. Y. Theatrical appliance 



364,221 
369,694 

359,062 
366,157 
374,293 
358,965 

361,210 



358,019 

359,205 

364,222 
356,624 

309,695 

364,754 



375,266 
363,731 



361,618 
374,585 
367.504 



Date. 



Jan. 11 

Dec. 13 

Oct. 4 
Aug: 23 
Nov. 29 



Jan. 18 
July 26 
June 14 

June 7 
Sept. 13 

Mar. 8 

July 5 

Dec. 6 

Mar. 8 

Apr. 12 



Feb. 22 

Mar. 8 

June 7 
Jan. 25 

Sept. 13 

June 14 

Dec. 20 
Mav 24 



Apr. 19 
Dec. 13 
Aug. 2 



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volume. 


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504 


40 


p:{? 


2471 


664 


41 


969 


1281 


338 


38 


259 


17.37 


468 


40 


352 


1141 


299 


39 


1308 


30 


9 


39 


1094 


528 


146 


40 


1145 


939 


239 


38 


1083 


551 


148 


40 


104 


168 


44 


41 


1079 


810 


205 


38 


1059 


1191 


302 


39 


225 


~. 1847 


(488 
)489 


^ 38 


763 


1118 


(291 
(292 


1 38 


1117 


31 


9 


39 


1094 


1909 


501 


38 


387 


530 


147 
(206 


40 
) 


1143 


774 


^207 
(208 


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1242 


1578 


413 


41 1 1369 


2363 


613 


39 | 943 


1752 


454 


39 ! 343 


603 


157 


41 ! 1172 


222 


64 


40 j 494 


3045 


795' 


39 


1078 



10,838 ; May 31 



356,102; Jan. 18 : 1283 339 38 260 



357,373 
357,308 
372,013 
375,343 
367,371 
371,490 
357,656 



367.372 
371,926 



371,491 

374,890 

364,161 
363,510 
369,045 

355,640 

361,619 

357,982 

370,730 
362.430 
362,431 



Feb. 8 

Feb. 8 

Oct. 25 

Dec. 27 

Aug. 2 

Oct. It 

Feb. 15 



Aug. 2 
Oct, 25 



Oct. 11 

Dec. 13 

May 31 
May 24 
Aug. 30 

Jan. 4 

Apr. 19 

Feb. 15 

Sept, 27 
May 3 
May 3 



374,522 i Dec. 6 



902 
825 
1827 
1684 
24 
1057 
1340 



238 
215 
474 
443 
6 
275 
353 



33 
38 



598 
583 



41 385 
41 I 1308 



455 
215 
689 



24 , 40 456 

1705 442 41 302 



1057 

1027 

2979 
2043 
2459 

468 

1754 

1800 

2076 
501 
501 



276 
209 



-H 215 
41 , 1236 



774 
531 
652 

125 

454 

472 

551 
141 
141 



503 131 



366,380 
366,381 
366,382 

367,788 

367,789 

375,267 



370,858 



July 12 
July 12 
July 12 

Aug. 9 

Aug. 9 

Dec. 20 



Oct. 



860 

• 861 

861 

668 

669 
1579 



158 



231 

231 

231 

(180 

}181 

181 

(413 

1 414 



43 



39 
39 
40 

38 

39 

38 

40 
30 
39 

41 

40 
40 
40 

[40 

40 

k 



41 



1066 
882 
955 

92 

343 

775 

1446 

572 
572 

1143 

170 
170 
170 

585 

585 

1369 

31 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1S87. 



77 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Coutiuued. 



Name, residence. and invention 



Date. 



Monthly 

volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



:-<■ - 



Cutshaw, George W., Bedford, Ky. Device for dressing the teeth of saws ^S'lvj 9 



366,934 



Cutter. Frederick G., Chicopee, Mass. Acid-dispenser 
Catting, Kobert S. (See Lewis, Russell fl., assignor.) 
Cutts, Charles D. (See Taylor and Cutts.) 

Cntts Charles D., andE. E. Scates. Fort Fairfield, Me. Wrench 

D'Auiia, Luigi, assignor of cue-half to H. M. Robert. Philadelphia. Pa. Operating direct 

actiug steam pumping-engines - 

D'Este, Julian. (See Wilson, George T.. assignor.) \ 

D'Laiuatter. James H.. Earlville, 111. Cultivator - J .3,343 

Daball, William V. (See Hope, John, Jr., assignor.) : 

Daft. Leo, Plainfield, X.J. Electrical conductor ibl,b<0 



355.641 
367,602 



Jan. 
July 



Jan. 



Aug. 2 
Xov. 15 
Apr. 26 



1087 
1614 



469 

359 

1603 



432 

125 

102 
423 



Daft. Leo : 



Plaiufitld, X. J. Electric locomotion - - 371,253 Oct. 



11 



Daft, Leo, Plainfield, X.J. Method of and apparatus for starting electric motors 

Daft! Leo! Plainfield. X. J. Electric regulator for hydraulic-elevator systems 

Dafgett & Clap. (See Dillon, Louis WV, assignor.) 

Daggett, John C, Boston, assignor to C. H. Cblburn, Milford, Mass. Automatic lamp-ex- 

Daggett, John C., Boston, assignor of one-half to C. H. Colborn, Milford, Mass. Sewing- 

Daggett, John C., Neponset, assignor to G. H. Wood & Co., Boston, Mass. Shank-stiffener 
for boots or shoes 

Dahl, Kristian G., Drammen, Norway. Preserving milk 

Dahl, Will P., Minneapolis. Minn. Gas-pliers 

Dahms Ludwig M. H. M.. Copenhagen, Denmark. Instrument for re-dressing steel pens. 

Dailev' John, assignor to W. and W. M. Smith, Van Wert, Ohio. Draft-equalizer 

Daili- v. John, and C. H. Noel], Tan Wert, Ohio. Ruler for cutting glass 

Dailev! Parle v A., Xew \ork, X. Y. Figured fabric 

Dailv". Frank. (See Shanks and Daily.) 

Daimler, Gottlieb, Cannstadt, Wurtemberg. Germany. Apparatus for impregnating air 
with hydrocarbon vapor 

Daimler," Gottlieb. Cannstadt, Wiirtembnrg, Germany. Explosive-gas marine engine 

Dake Walter M., Nashville, Tenn. Wall-safe 

Dake. William F., assignor of two-thirds to H. P. Pruim and T. Cairns, Grand Haven. 
Mich. Double reciprocating square-piston engine 

Dakin, James A. (See Bond and Dakin.) 

Dalbv, Thomas, Watertown, Mass. Undershirt or vest 



371.436 
372,361 



365,734 

373.391 

367.505 
364.579 
356.241 
371.451 

•364.487 
368,995 

I 358,146 



Oct. 11 
Xov. 1 



1848 479 

(188 

733 { 189 

(190 

994 258 
114 35 



38 
40 



40 

41 

39 

>41 

41 
41 



June 28 | 2257 588 39 
Xov. 15 1685 447 41 



Aug. 2 
June 7 
Jan. 18 
Oct. 11 
June 7 
Aug. 30 
Feb. 22 



224 
531 
1351 
1011 
398 
2389 
2041 



65 



357 
263 
108 
635 
537 



40 
39 
38 
41 
39 
40 
38 



Dale, George L, Xew York, X. Y. Automatic egg-boiler 

Dale. James, Chicago, HI. Combined ruling-machine and printing-press . 

Dale John C, Bennington, Kans. Cloth-measuring machine 

Dale,' John H., assignor of one-half to E. D. Dougherty, Philadelphia, Pa. 



railways - 



Grip for cable? 



355.594 
361.931 

31)8.877 

363.368 

357.068 

' 375.539 

365,972 
375,268 

364,488 



Jan. 4 
Apr. 26 
Aug. 23 



3-8 105 38 



2210 
2213 



574 39 



May 24 1826 



Feb. 1 

Dec 27 

July 5 

Dec. 20 

June 7 



430 39 



Dale, John H., assignor of one-half to E. D. Dougherty, Philadelphia, Pa. Tension device 
for cable railways - ----- ------ - - - - - - - - - ; 

Dale, John H., assignor of one-half to E. D. Dougherty, Philadelphia, Pa. Grip-carnage 
for cable railways 

Daley, Robert H., San Francisco, Cal. Window sash and frame . . - 

Dallett & Co., Thomas H. (Sre Donaldson and Dallett, assignors.) 

Dallett, George A. (See Doualdson and Dallett.) 

Dally, Charles A., Moon, Pa., and 11. K. Richardson, Detroit, Mich. Gas regulator and 



364,489 June 



460 

1941 

305 
1581 

399 



402 



C 122 
\ 123 
( 507 
\ 508 
80,81 
414 
C103 
> 109 



40 
41 



364.490 
367,506 



June 7 
Aug. 2 



cut-off . 



Elevator . 



374.779 
361,578 

361,993 
371,437 
361.142 
355.510 



Dalzell, John H., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Dalzell, John H., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Dalzell, JohnH., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Dalzell, John H., Pittsburg, Pa, 



368.706 i 

372,255 

372,522 

358,020 

369,320 

369,592 

369,593 : 

369.594 

359.136 

359.137 

359.385 

373.964 



Dalrymple, Milton J., Wakefield. Kans. Plow attachment 

Dalton, Dan F., Waterbury. assignor to J. C. Hammond, Jr., Rockville, and T. E. King 

Westport, Conn. Shoe-clasp --- 

Dalton, John, Ashland, assignors of one-half to F. I. McKenna, Omaha, Xebr. 

Dalton, John C. , Columbus, Ohio. Adjustable saw-tooth 

Dalton, Patrick J., Xew York, N. Y. Sign — ""' 

Dalton, Thomas, assignor to E. Seifert, Chicago, 111., and E. Aschermann, Milwaukee, wis. 

Combined cigar-tip cutter and match-safe - 

Daly, John, Grinnell, Iowa. Railway-switch - - - 

Daly, John F* Philo, 111. Grain-hoard for wagons 

Dal'v. Timothy G., Boston, Mass. Watch-guard - , 

Underground electric cable 

Manufacture of bunched electric cables 

Bunched electric cable 

Manufacture of diminishing electric cables 

Dalzell! William C, South'Egremont, Mass. Manufacture of axle-boxes from solid stock. . 

Dalziel, David, Langside, county of Renfrew, Scotland. Envelope or paper bag 

Danibach, Philip J., and J. S. Hannan. Shawnee, Ohio. Xut-lock 

Dame, John M., assignor of one-half to J. E. Wheeler, Lynn, Mass. Insole for boots or shoes - 

Darner, Susan, et a.l. (See Darner. William, assignor.) 

Damer, William, assignor to S. and W. A . Darner, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Manufacture) 

of boots or shoes - - > 

Damer, AVilliam A., et al. (See Damer, William, assignor.) 

Damerell, Mark H.. Ludlow, Mo. Cultivator - 

Damlos, Ferdinand, Sandusky, Ohio. Frame for pictures, mirrors, &c 

Damlos, Ferdinand, Sandusky. Ohio. Picture-frame 

Damm, Fredrick C, Decatur, 111., assignor to Cleveland Target Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Target-trap - - 

Damm, Frederick C, assignor to Cleveland Target Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Target trap. 

Dammon. Franklin M.. Xew Bedford, Mass. Plaque - - 

Damon, Eugene A., Scituate, and J. X. Griswold, Salem, Mass. Machine-starting device. . 

Darnou, George L. (See Pillard, Oliver E., assignor.) 

Dana, Charles H., Jr., West Lebanon, X- H. Machine for stringing tags 356,101 

Dana, Charles H., West Lebanon, X. H. Box for toilet-paper 

Dana, Charles H., West Lebanon, X. H. Metallic box-strapping 

Dancel, Christian, Xew York, X. Y, assignor to Goodyear & McKay Sewing Machine Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Sole-sewing machine , - - 

Dancyger, Simon. Dayton, Ohio. Display-frame 



I 



Dec. 13 

Apr. 19 

Apr 26 

Oct. 11 

Apr. 12 

Jan. 4 

Aug. 23 
Oct. 25 
Xov. 1 
Feb. 22 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
Sept, 6 
Mar. 8 
Mar. 8 
Mar. 15 
Xov. 29 



404 109 39 
22.5 65 40 



868 228 41 
1691 437 39 



361,269 Apr. 19 

372.206 
359.316 

366,715 



368,911 
374.043 
356,454 
374.349 



2308 

! 995 

1083 

278 

1975 

2205 

343 

1543 

19 

382 

384 

384 

1032 

1032 

1391 

2529 



1270 



601 

259 

274 

74 



39 
41 
39 
38 



5 

106 
107 
107 
268 
268 
355 
680 

;324 



40 
40 
40 
40 
38 
38 
33 
41 



(.326 ) 



Oct. 


25 


Mar. 


15 


July 


19 


Aug. 


23 


Xov. 


29 


Jan. 


25 


Dec. 


6 
IP 



2131 548 41 

1277 331 3d 

1333 357 40 

2265 602 40 

2636 707 41 

1660 435 38 

257 68 4L 



219 

322 



92 
520 
784 

153 

202 
492 

1539 

799 

495 
1188 
274 
206 
1163 
941 
S23 



78 
435 
899 

840 



33 507 



1448 

53 
1370 



; 39 1 163 



109 39 1164 



525 40 

565 41 

95 41 

489 38 



1164 
495 



1226 
331 

451 

202 

206 

5b 

853 

454 

535 

789 

1038 

1108 

1103 

1108 

1101 

1101 

1173 

980 



39 253 



440 
1153 
269 

909 
1002 

340 
1095 




78 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dancyger, Simon, Dayton, Ohio. Marking-tag 

Dane, William J., Detroit, Mich. Paper-cleaning compound 

Danforth, Frederic, Gardiner, Me. Aligning-pole 

Danforth, Theodore T., Dunkirk, N. Y. Lace-fastening 

Dangler, David E. (See Ruppel and Dangler.) 

Dangler Stove and Manufacturing Company. (See Ruppel, Henry, assignor.) 

Dangler Stove and Manufacturing Company. (See Ruppel and Dangler, assignors.) 

Danheiser. Ike F., Chicago, 111. Barrel-cover 

Daniel, G-ustav, and M. Rubin, Philadelphia, Pa. Shirt 

Daniel, James H., Paris, Ky. Cutter-bar 

Daniels, Albert H.,. and A. B. Powell, Manchester, N. H. Bill-holder 

Daniels, Coralinn, Franklin, Mass. Hat or bonnet and method of making the same 

Daniels, Cyras D., Madison, Ohio. Combined fertilizer-distributer and seed-drill 

Daniels, Elijah H, Chicago, 111. Stove-pipe shelf 

Daniels, Eugene O., Springfield, Ohio. Permutation-lock 

Forming j oints in sheet-metal tubes 

Device for bending pipe 

Lightning-rod 

Device for reducing the ends of tubes 

Device for bending pipe 

Reducing the ends of pipes 



Daniels, Eugene O.^ Springfield^ Ohio. 
Daniels, Eugene O., Springfield, Ohio. 
Daniels, Eugene O., Springfield, Ohio. 
Daniels, Eugene 0., Springfield, Ohio. 
Daniels, Eugene O., Springfield, Ohio. 
Daniels, Eugene 0., Springfield, Ohio. 
Daniels, Ered H. (See Washburn and Daniels.) 

Daniels, Fred H, Worcester, Mass. Polling-mill 

Daniels, Ered H, Worcester, Mass. Mechanism for forming ingots, bars, rods &e. from! 
fluid metal , 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Apparatus for casting ingots, bars, &c 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. 

Daniels, Fred H, Worcester, Mass. 
Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. 
Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. 
Daniels, FredH., Worcester, Mass. 
metal . 



Apparatus for automatically coiling wire rods 

Mechanism for transferring coils of wire 

Guard-screen for rolling-mills 

Furnace-charging mechanism 

Mechanism for producing ingots, bars, &c, from fluid 



Daniels, Jred H., Worcester, Mass. Apparatusfortransferringtheproductsofmetalrolls 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Machine for reeling wire rods 

Daniels, Fred H., Worcester, Mass. Peel 

Daniels, FredH., Worcester, Mass. Mechanism for coiling wire rods - 

Daniels, Granville W., et at, trustees. (See Fiske, Henry P., assignor ) " 

Daniels, J. E. (See Day, Charley A. T., assignor.) 

Daniels, Lewis S. (See Hopson and Daniels.) 

Daniels, Nathan H. (See Pearson, William E., assignor.) 

Daniels, Reuben M., Appleton City, Mo. Washing-machine 

Daniels, William E., Somerville, Mass. Apparatus for cutting*and grooving fabrics .".".'."." 

Daniels, William N., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, of Con- 
necticut. Lamp-burner 

Dauielson, John A., Calumet, Mich. Timber-bunk 

Danner, Frederick W. , Ronald. Mich. Banjo .'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'...'.'. 

Danner; John, Canton, Ohio. Book-support '_ .'.'..'.'...'..'. 

Danner, John, assignor to John Danner Manufacturing Company, Canton, Ohio. Counter- 
stool for stores 

Danner Manufacturing Company, John. (See Danner, John, assignor.) 

Dannhauer, Conrad, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. Safety-rein for harness 

Danos, Marie, New Iberia, La. Cultivator 

Danos, Marie, New Iberia, La. Cotton-scraper """" 

Danskin, Thomas, Marshalltown, Iowa. Open and tile ditching machine 

Danton, Ferdinand. (See Calone and Danton.) 

Danz, Jacob, Jr. (See Home and Danz.) 

Danzenbaker, Francis, Claymont, Del. Bee-hive ' 



Darby, John E., and E. Blakeslee, Cleveland, Ohio. Impregnating chamois-skin with rouge 

Darby, William E., et al. (See Brown, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Dark, Thomas, Buffalo, N. T. System for collecting, separating, and disinfecting sewage 

and drainage _ _ 

Darling, Alpheus and J., Petrolia, Pa. Governor for controlling the supply "of fluids ] . .... 
Darling, Henry M., assignor to A. S. Davis, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Circular sawing machine 

Darling, Henry M., assignor to A. S. Davis, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Mortising-machine 

Darling, Joseph. (See Darling, Alpheus and J.) 

Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. Inkstand 

Bevel and protractor 

Try-square 

Inkstand 

Inkstand 

Inkstand 

Pen-cleaner 

Pen-cleaner sponge-cup ». 

Center-square 

- . Measuring-rule 

Darling William H., and L. Bock, Jr., assignors of one-third to G. P. Harrington, New? 

York, JN. T. Electro-magnetic motor \ 

Darlington, Stephen D. (See Cortright and Darlington.) 

Darnall, James E., Washington, D. C. Manufacture of paper decorations 

Darnell, Calvin F., Indianapolis, Ind Wire-fence lock and stretcher 

Darnell, David E., Moorestown, N. J. Shutter-fastener 

Darr, Warren, Gardiner, Me. Lamp 

Darrach, Francis L., Philadelphia, Pa. Hatchway for elevators" '- - 
Darrach, Samuel A., Newark, N. J. Heating car's and vehicles.. - 
Darrah, Charles, Jr., Heaton Mersey, county of Lancaster, England 

ing lengths of flexible hose together 

Darragh, Robert L.. New York, N. Y. Water-filter .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'... 

Darrow, Channing E., Denver, Colo. File 

Darrow & Co., F. L. (See Barrett, Frank W., assignor.) 

Darrow, Isabel. (See Segrove, David W., assignor.) 

Darrow, William M., assignor of one-half to M. Dedrick, Lee Centre, Mich. Cultivator-tooth 



Monthly 
volume. 



No. 



Date. 



Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, P. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
Darling, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 



369,321 
362,942 
355,303 
359,433 



366,650 
367,135 
362,822 
367,274 
366,572 
362,943 
363,809 
359,350 
360,663 
361.398 
362,064 
365,053 
369,166 
375,050 

355,390 
359,348 

359,349 

366,383 

366,384 
367,193 
367,194 

368,817 
369,503 
370,688 
371,927 
373,965 



360,421 
357,583 

372,745 
363,608 
355,595 
355,511 



372,841 

372,362 
360,281 
362,365 
361,348 



Sept. 6 
May 17 
Jan. 4 
Mar. 15 



July 19 
July 26 
May 10 
July 26 
July 12 
May 17 
May 31 
Mar. 15 
Apr. 5 
Apr. 19 
May 3 
June 21 
Aug. 30 
Dec. 20 

Jan. 4 
Mar. 15 

Mar. 15 

July 12 

July 12 
July 26 
July 26 

Aug. 23 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 25 
Nov. 29 



Apr. 
Feb. 



Nov. 8 

May 24 

Jan. 4 

Jan. 4 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 1 

Mar. 29 

May 3 

Apr. 19 



375,269 Dec. 20 
372,207 Oct. 25 



Apparatus for secur- 



363,810 
357,763 
357,182 
369,924 

"366,206 
366,651 
366,652 
367,136 
368,326 
369,101 
370,379 
370,380 
371,740 
371,741 

357,374 

360.000 
373,392 
364,707 
365,582 
373,554 
372,605 

367,790 
356,242 
358,006 



May 31 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 8 
Sept. 13 

July 12 
July 19 
July 19 
July 26 
Aug. 16 
Aug. 30 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 18 

Feb. 8 

Mar. 29 
Nov. 15 
June 14 
June 28 
Nov. 22 
Nov. 1 

Aug. 9 
Jan. 18 
Feb. 15 



EC 



20 
1244 

16 
1457 



1240 
1896 
1070 
2096 
1122 
1245 
2478 
1325 
385 
1446 
17 
1235 
2619 
1284 

128 
1319 

1322 

862 

864 
1970 
1971 

2131 
254 
2005 
1706 
2529 



26 
1229 

681 

2181 

390 

279 

851 

116 

2823 

405 

1375 



1582 
2132 



2479 

1508 

655 



621 
1240 
1242 
1896 
1434 
2545 
1544 
1545 
1429 
1430 

905 



2365 
1686 

705 
2032 
1947 

472 

670 
1352 
1832 



369,167 ; Aug. 30 | 2621 



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372 



331 
513 
291 
566 
300 
331 
643 
344 
98 
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5 
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695 
335 

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$343 

(343 

$344 

(231 

\ 232 

232 

533 

533 

565 
71, 72 
534 
442 
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8 
323 

186 
565 
105 

74 

227 

35 
717 
112 
354 



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415 



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393 

170 
229 

170 
332 
332 
513 

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413 
414 
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Gazette. 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



79 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dart, Edward II., Providence. R. I. Stopper-cap for rubber water-bottles 

Dashiell, William W., Bergen Point, N. J. Steam, air, or water heater * 

Dashiell, William W., Bergen Point, N. J. Apparatus for generating heat 

Dashiell, William W., Bergen Point, N. J. Apparatus for generating heat 

Datesman, Eobert, Milton, Pa. Fence-post 

Daudt, George A., Jersey City, N. J. Coil for heating evaporating-pans 

Dau waiter, Conrad, Deep Water, Mo. Metallic seam , 

Davaine, Josias, Dysart, Iowa. Twine-holder alarm for harvesters 

Daveggio, John B.,' et al. (See Travis, William H., assignor.) 

Davenport, Benjamin E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Calumet Fastener Company, 

Chicago, 111. Corset-fastener 

Davenport, Frank W., Providence, R. I. Outline-transfer tool 

Davenport, Morris, Englishtown, N. J. Poultry-brooder 

Davenport, Samuel A., et al. (See Burnley, William, assignor.) 
Davenport, Samuel A., et al. (See Hitchcock, Charles A., assignor.) 
Davenport, Samuel A., et al. (See Hitchcock and Burnley, assignors.) 

Davey, Henry, Leeds, county of York, England. Steam-motor 

David, August, San Francisco, Cal. Grape and apple crusher 

Davidson, Edward, West Dedham, Mass. Horse-hitching device 

Davidson, George, Paris, Ontario, Canada. Stop-motion mechanism for circular-knitting 

machines - - - 

Davidson, Henry H., Northport, N. T. Jar-clamp 

Davidson, John M. , Columbus, Ohio. Die for forging shifting-rails 

Davidson, Otis E., Nashville, Tenn. Envelope-machine 



No. 



Davidson Rubber Company. (See Lockwood, Rhodes, assignor.) 

Davidson, William C, Grandville, Mich. Potato-planter 

Davidson, AVilliam C, Grandville, Mich. Cultivator, duster, and digger 

Davidson, William H. A., Boston, Mass. Puzzle-ring 

Davies, John R., Chicago, HI. Feed-mill 

Davies, John R., Chicago, 111. Sand-molding machine 

Davies, Lorenzo B., Columbus, Ohio. Device for holding and splicing ropes 

Davies, Thomas A., New York, N. Y. Railway fish-plate 

Davies, Thomas A., New York, N. Y. Railway-spike 

Davies, Thomas A., New York, N. Y. Railway-spike and making the same 

Davis, Abner L. (See Flater, Henry, assignor.) 

Davis, Abner L. (See Flater and Davis.) 

Davis, Adelbert S. (See Darling, Henry M., assignor.) 

Davis, Albert A., Lowell, assignor of three-fourths to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, and 0. 

H. Moulton, Lowell, Mass. Bobbin • 

Davis, Albert T. L. (See Pepper, William H., assignor.) 

Davis, Alexander H. S., Washington, D. C. Trunk-lock 

Davis, Andrew J., Hartford, Mich. Sash-holder 

Davis, Andre-w P., Dallas, Tex. Truss 

Davis, Arthur W. S., assignor to F. Taylor, Lowell, Mass. Angle-hanger for mechanical- 
telephone lines - 

Davis, Augustus G., Baltimore, Md. Electric push-button 

Davis, Calvin E., assignor to Kimberlin Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Wheel-cultivator - 

Davis, Charles, and N. Redmond, East Saginaw, Mich. Whiffletree 

Davis, Charles A., Washington, D. C. Railway-car 

Davis, Charles A., Washington, D. C. Railway-car 

Davis, Charles C, Mercer, S. C. Churn 

, Columbus, Ohio. Tilting-cbair 

, Columbus, Ohio. Piano-stool 

, Chicago, 111, Seal-lock 

, assignor to J. W. Norris, Chicago, 111. Seal-lock 

assignor of one-half to H. A. Ismond, St. Louis, Mo. Smoke-consuming 



Davis, Charles E., 
Davis, Charles E. 
Davis, Charles E., 
Davis, Charles E., 
Davis, Corbin E., 
furnace . 



Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 

Cash 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 

New 
Davis, 

New 



Cornelius A., Somerset, Mass. Steam fog-horn 

Daniel, Jr., Boston, Mass. Electrical contact-changer 

Daniel, assignor to E. H. Davis, N. J. Thompson, and M. Bennett, Elmira, N. Y.i 

register and indicator ; 

Daniel G. S., East Canaan, N. H. Bench-dog 

Elias H., et al. (See Williams and Whitney, assignors.) 

Enoch, et al. (See Davis, William G., assignor.) 

Etna H., et al. (See Davis, Daniel, assignor.) 

Ferdinand E., Englewood, and 0. Aberle, Chicago, HI., assignors to S. Oppenheimer, 

York, N. Y. Machine for cleaning intestines 

Ferdinand E., Englewood, and 0. Aberle, Chicago, 111., assignors to S. Oppenheimer, ] 
York, N. Y. Machine for cleaning intestines ' 



Davis, Francis M., Denver, Colo. Crushing and pulverizing mill 

Davis, George W., Burnside, Pa. Wagon -jack 

Davis, Gouverneur M., assignor of one-third to C. M. Fabrique, Waterbury, Conn. 



Ele- 



vator . 



Davis, Greer AT., assignor of one-half to J. H. Stotsenburg, New Albany, Ind. Apparatus 
for producing stage effects 

Davis, Henry A., Lowell, Mass. Machine for cleaning and separating cotton waste, &c .- 

Davis, Isaac P. (See Pattersomand Davis.) 

Davis, James H., Danville, Ky. Car-coupling 

Davis, James M., assignor of one-half to G. E. James, Prairie Grove, Ark. Planter 

Davis, James W., Staunton, Ya. Dumping-car 

Davis, John, Albany, N. Y. Sand-paper head - 

Davis, John, assignor to Oliver Brothers & Phillips, Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture-of angle-i 
iron J 

Davis, John A., Springfield, Ohio. Chamber- vessel ' 

Davis, John B., Santa Rosa, Cal. Corn-popper 

Davis, John H. (See Pattenger, Cyrus, assignor.) 

Davis, John J., Tioga. Pa. Coke-oven door 

Davis, John R. , Sun Prairie, Wis. Doubletree-clip 

Davis, John R., Jr., Neenah, Wis. 
Davis, John R., Jr., Neenah, Wis. 



362,206 
367,601 
374,350 
374,351 
359,434 
364,908 
361,349 
373,225 



367,373 
362.724 
371,307 



357,468 
358.597 
356,305 

355,596 
372,897 
358,966 

374,523 



358,188 
373,275 
367,896 
365,583 
365,584 
372,970 
362,251 
362,252 
368,818 



371,827 

373,176 
361,864 
372,014 

365,798 
358,109 

369,696 
360,664 
370, H59 
371,928 
356,625 
357,183 
374.175 
362,823 
371,037 



Chop grader and purifier . 
Reducing grain to flour. . 



374,457 
357,469 
365,585 

374,780 

364,491 



360,001 
363,370 

373,817 
361,813 

363,121 

359,243 
359,851 

362,253 
359,669 '< 
374,588 
361,399 

369,277 ! 

372,063 
365,586 

I 
374,942 
365,735 

372,015 

372,016 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



in 



May 3 205 
Aug. 2 357 
Dec. 6 258 
Dec. 6 | 26V 
Mar. 15 1458 
June 14 J 01 7 
Apr. 19 i 1377 
Nov. 15 1439 



Aug. 2 i 25 
May 10 | 934 
Oct. 11 811 



Feb. 8 I 1043 
Mar. 1 276 
Jan. 18 1-144 



Jan. 4 

Nov. 8 

Mar. 8 

Dec. 6 



Feb. 22 
Nov. 15 
Aug. 9 
June 28 
June 28 
Nov. 8 
May 3 
May 3 
Aug. 23 



Oct. 18 

Nov. 15 
Apr. 26 
Oct. 25 

July 5 
Feb. 22 

Sept. 13 
Apr. 5 
Oct. 4 
Oct. 25 
Jan. 25 
Feb. 8 
Dec. 6 
May 10 
Oct. 4 

Dec. 6 
Feb. 8 
June 28 

Dec. 13 

June 7 



Mar. 29 
May 24 

Nov. 29 
Apr. 26 

May 17 

Mar. 15 
Mar. 22 



391 
931 
811 

505 



2108 

1502 

817 

2033 

2035 

1036 

260 

262 

2133 



1552 

1358 
2121 
1829 

54 
1983 

531 

386 

160 
1709 
1910 

656 

20 

1071 

439 

409 

1045 
2038 



406 



2366 
1828 

2321 

2038 

1498 

1181 
2133 



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101 

69 

69 

372 

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379 

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( 131 
i 132 

i 556 

i 396 

i 220 

i 530 

| 531 

277 

73 

73 

565 



401 

359 
550 
474 

15 
523 

147 

98 

43 

443 

501 

170 

5 

291 

110 

107 
276 
531 
(228 
\ 229 
110 



262 
1833 

605 
1447 



May 3 
Mar. 22 
Dec. 13 
Apr. 19 

Aug. 30 : 2760 

Oct. 25 J 1913 
June 28 I 2039 

Dec. 20 1131 
June 28 2258 

Oct. 25 1831 

Oct. 25 1834 



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1096 
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1286 
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1498 
1499 
670 
524 
524 
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418 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Atyhabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name residence, and invention. 



Davis, John S. (See Troy and Davis.) 

Davis, John S., Louisville, Ky. Grate -- .,.....-. 

Davis, John S., assignor of nine-tenths to Toledo Mower and Reaper Company, Toledo,; 

Ohio. Harvester ; 

Davis, John T. (See Evnon and Davis.) 

Davis, John Y., Union Springs, N. Y. Automatic car-brake 

Davis, Jonathan H. . Natchez, Miss. Car-coupling 

Davis, Joseph H., Chillicothe, Mo. Sample show-case for wall-paper, &c 

Davis, Joseph P. , New York, N. Y. Underground system for electric wires 

Davis, Leonard L. ('See Bolen, Lawrence C, assignor.) 

Davis, Leonard L., Springfield, Mass. Hack-saw frame 

Davis, Lionel M. (See Simmons, Simon, assignor.) 

Davis, Mark, New York, N. Y. Cap 

Davis, Micajah R., Pink Hill, Tex. Self-feeding cotton-press 

Davis, Miles L., Lancaster, Pa. Crematory 

Davis, Milton G. (See Sturtevant and Davis.) 
Davis, Moses M. (See Fitch, Lauren M., assignor.) 

Davis, Munn, Wakoo, Nebr. End-gate for wagons 

Davis, Myra A., Portland, Me. Dress-maker's guide 

Davis, Nathan H., assignor of one-half to L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-spring 

Davis, Nathan H., assignor of one-half to L. C. Gratz, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-spring 

Davis! Nelson W., Port Jefferson, N. Y. Rain-water cut-off and filter combined 

Davis! Orion L., Rochester, N. Y. Door-guard for elevator- wells 

Davis, Reed R., Douglass, Kans. Washing-machine 

Davis, Samuel, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Corn-planter and marker 

Davis, Samuel, assignor to J. Harvey and M. Brugger, Las Yegas, N. Mex. Ter. Machine 
for washing wool 

Davis, Sylvester 13., Eureka, Cal. Hame-tug - 

Davis, Sylvester B., Eureka, Cal. Horse-collar .' 

Davis, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Device for stretching, drying, and bleaching fabrics. . . 

Davis, Thomas J. (See Evans and Davis.) 

Davis, Walter, et al. (See Williams and Whitney, assignors.) 

Davis, Wilbur G., Cambridge, Mass. Bellows. 

Davis, William G., Pittsburg, assignor of one-half to A.W. Campbell, Allegheny City, and 
E. Davis. Pittsburg, Pa. Pipe-coupling 

Davis, William H. H. (See Camp, Busbrod H., assignor.) 

Davis, William H. H, Oakfield; Mich. Apparatus for building cisterns 

Davis, William L., South Amboy, N. J. Dumping-car 

Davis, William R., Jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Ladder 

Davis, William R., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-fourth to A. F. Hilyer, Washington, 
D. C . Game-table 

Davis, William P. (See Buzzell, John F., assignor.) 

Davis, William P., Boston, Mass. Pivotal support for transoms, &c 

Davis, Wilson, and W. Casey, Southington, Conn. Die for forming stump-joints for car- 
riage-bows 

Davis, Winfield S. (See Stigenwalt, William H., assignor.) 

Davis, Zebulon, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-stove attachment 

Davis, Zebulon, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-stove 



Davis, Zebulon, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-burner - 

Davis, Zebulon, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-burner 

Davis, Zebulon, Cleveland, Ohio. Plumber's or tinner's furnace 

Davison, George, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for printing oil-cloth, &c 

Davison, George W., assignor to Rochester Machine Tool Works, Rochester, N. Y. Means! 

for controlling the supply of atomized fuel ! 

Davison, Thomas A., Kellerville. 111. Wheel 

Davoll, Lewis F., Boyne Falls, Mich. Rotary engine 

Davy, Charles, Sheffield, county of York, England. Ratchet-drill 

Davy, John G., De Kalb, 111. Necktie-fastener 

Davy, John W.. Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Fence-post 

Davy, William, Kenosha, Wis. Making ballast and paving material 

Daw, Hilder. (See Daw, Thomas G. and H.) 

Daw, Thomas G. and H., Sevenoaks, county of Kent, England. Apparatus for producing, 

impressed and printed surfaces - - ! 

Dawkins, Stephen J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam-fountain for wash-boilers 

Dawson. Charles, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Rotary engine 

Dawson^ Charles, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Sand-molding machine 

Dawson, Charles B., Angus, Iowa. Rock and coal drill = - 

Dawson, Edward. (See Deeds and Dawson.) 

Dawson, Edward, assignor of one-fourth to H. L. Brevoort, Brooklyn, N. Y. Welt-round- 



No. 



361,053 
368,280 

367, 791 
372,459 
374,589 

374,458 

371,438 

361,491 
365,799 

359,138 



363,609 
365,800 
364,162 
364,492 
375,270 
366,463 
368,383 



357,470 

362,065 
356,102 
359,139 
371,038 




Monthly 
volume. 






Apr. 12 
Aug. 16 

Aug. 9 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 13 

Dec. 6 

Oct. 11 

Apr. 19 
July 5 

Mar. 8 



May 24 
July 5 
May 31 
June 7 
Dec. 20 
July 12 
Aug. 16 

Feb. 8 

May 3 
Jan. 18 
Mar. 8 
Oct. 4 



367,744 Aug. 2 

359,500 \ Mar. 15 

371,039 ! Oct, 4 

369.102 Aug. 30 

367,792 Aug. 9 



362,611 

375,051 

309,778 

360.665 
362,725 

371,040 

371,041 
374,398 

369,925 

364,708 

372,129 
364,093 
365,587 
363,212 
369,779 
371,042 



ing tool . 



Dawson, Gilbreth, Rockville, Conn. Mechanism for reciprocating the tumblers of carding- 
machines 

Dawson, Henry G. and W. R., Chicago, 111. Fire-grate for fire-places 

Dawson, Henry H. (See Cope, Mason L., assignor.) 

Dawson, William, and E. J. Frost, Philadelphia, Pa. Dust-guard for car-axle boxes 

Dawson, William R. (See Dawson, Henry G. and W. R.) 

Day, Charley A. T., assignor of one-half to J. E. Daniels, Morganfield, Ky. Sawdust-car- 
rier ; 

Day, David E. (See Mclntyre, Malcolm F., assignor.) 

Day, Lyman H., assignor to' Bradlev, Voorhees & Day Manufacturing Company, (limited,) 
New York, N. Y. Fastening stiffening-strips to garments 

Day, Oscar A. (See Ferguson, Robert G., assignor.) 

Dayton Manufacturing Company. (See Kirby, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Dayton, Melville E., Chicago, 111. Air-pressure apparatus for vapor-stoves and other pur- 



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Dec. 20 

Sept. 13 

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Oct, 4 

Oct. 4 

Dec. 6 



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Oct, 25 
May 31 
June 28 
Mav 17 
Sept. 13 
Oct. 4 



671 
260 
606 

413 



997 

1567 
55 

1033 



2182 

61 

2981 

407 
1585 

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1505 

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110 
416 
260 
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398 



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362,366 May 3 

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1620 
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308 
586 



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360,762 Apr: 5 516 ; 133 39 97 
366,936 July 19 1620 434 40 | 323 



poses 



Dayton, Oscar M., Chicago, 111. Index 

De'Arment, George B., et al. (See Pollard, Isaac G., assignor.) 
De Beaulieu. George, Toledo, Ohio. Railway-tie 



363,610 


May 24 


2183 


566 


39 


909 


364,338 


June 7 


176 


49 


39 


1122 



365,169 , June 21 1408 . 371 39 1366 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887 
Alphabetical lixt of patentees— Continued. 



81 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Do Benardos, Nicholas, and S. Olszewski, St. Petersburgh, Russia. Process of and appa -l 
ratus for working metals by the direct application of the electric current 



nd A. Seefelder, Constantinople, Turkey. Wick-holding attachment 



De Bondini, Joseph, 
for lamps 

De Bondini, Pompee. (See Ede and De Bondini.) 

De Bravura. Michel. (See Loesner and De Bravura.) 

De Brock, William, Milwaukee, Wis. Pneumatic valve-operating mechanism for hydraulic! 

elevatoi s - ! 

De Brynk, Anthony, St. Petersburg, Russia. Breech-loading ordnance 

De Camp, Albert, Chattanooga, Teim. Boiler-cleaner 

De Cellos, Ernest, Southbridge. Mass. Eyeglasses 

Do Colange, Leo. (See Iliyne-Berline, Solomon, assignor.) 

De Costa, Benjamin F., E.'Childs, and F. D. Witherell, Cambridge, Mass.; saidChilds and 

Witherell assignors to said De Costa. Cylinder printing-machine 

De Coster, Louis, Paris. France. Apparatus for cutting bevels, &c, on glass 

De Courtenay, Henry W., Newton, Mass. Combination-wrench 

De Faucheux d'Humy, Paul R., London, England. Galvanic battery 

De Forest, Lockwood. (See Baynes, John, assignor.) 

(See Fowler, Thaddeus, assignor.) 

(See Fowler and De Forest.) 

(See Williams, James B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

(See Desgoffe and De Georges.) 



De Forest, Thomas B. 
De Forest, Thomas B. 
De Fremery, James L. 
De Georges, Leonidas. 



De Graff, James W., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to W. C. Howard, New York, N. Y. Pack- 
ing and show box 

De Graif, William L., Homer, assignor of one-half to W. B. Loveland, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Rowing apparatus 

De Grain, Reinhold F., Washington, D. C. Hoisting and supporting device 

De Guerre, Frank H., San Francisco, Cal. Grate 

De Guerro, Frank H., and W. W. De Lano, San Francisco, Cal. Grate 

De Guerre, Frank H., and W. W. De Lano, San Francisco, Cal. Reversible-sash window . 

De Haven, David R., Spread Eagle, Pa. Wire-stretcher 

De Haven, John R., Cloverport, liy. Device for stuffing mattresses 

De Jean, Fred. E., Newburyport, Mass. Beer-pitcher 

De La Vergne Refrigerating Machine Company. (See Meyer, George T., assignor.) 

De La Vergne Refrigerating Machine Company. (See Mitchell, Marcus L., assignor.) 

De Lamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Raynal, Alfred H., assignor.) 

De Lamater, Cornelius H., et al. (See Rider, Thomas J., assignor.) 

De Lamater, William, et al. (See Raynal, Alfred H., assignor.) 

De Lamater, William, et al. (See Rider, Thomas J., assignor.) 

De Lambert, John, East Saginaw, Mich. Furnace-door operator 

De Lano, Willie W. (See De Guerre and De Lano.) 

De Laski, Albert, Boston, Mass. Circular loom 



De Laski, Albert, Lynn, Mass. Circular loom 

De Laval, Gustat, Stockholm, Sweden. Motor for operating centrifugal machines 
De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal apparatus for testing milk 

De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. Motor for churns -, 

De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. 
De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. 



Apparatus for working centrifugal machines . 
Testing milk 



De Laval, Gustaf, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal liquid-separator 

De Lill, Lewis, Parish, N. Y. Chair 

De Lisle, Leon. (See Burnett and De Lisle.) 

De May, Eugene A., Richmond, Tex. Car-coupling 

De May, Eugene A., Richmond, Tex. Car-coupling 

De May, Eugene A., Richmond, Tex. Car-coupling 

De Mier Electric Train Signal Company. (See Tiffany and De Mier, assignors.) 
De Mier, John R. (See Tiffany and De Mier.) 

De Montaud, Charles B., Paris, France. Electric accumulator 

De Montgelas, Rudolphe, et al. (See Frishmuth William, assignor.) 

De Myers, David L., Pierce Station, Tenn. Medicine case or satchel 

De Naeyer & Co. (See De Naeyer, Louis, assignor.) 

De Naeyer, Louis, Willebroek, Belgium. Sectional boiler 



De Naeyer, Louis, assignor to De Naeyer &• Co., Willebroek, Belgium. Heating feed- water. 

De Nisi, Don A., Forestville, assignor of one-half to E. Barnard, Rome, N. Y. Checkrein- 

bar 

De Pauw, W. C. (See Bernard, Philippe, assignor.) 

De Pereira, Jerome, New York, N. Y. Furnace-grate 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. Bottle-stopper < 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. Bottle-stopper I 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. Siphon-bottle I 

De Quillfeldt, Charles, New York, N. Y. Bottle-stopper extractor I 

De Raet, Eduard. (See Verbeeck and De Raet.) 

De Rihas, Louis A., Boston, Mass. Drop-shutter for cameras 

De Riesthal, Alphonse. (See Mahler, Isaac J., assignor.) 

De Rycke, J. Joseph, New York, N. Y. Water-closet for ships, &c 

De Smedt, Edward J., Washington, D. C. Artificial pavement i 

De Solla, Herbert S., Decatur, 111. Collar-button j 

De Voe, Amanda, Brooklyn, N. Y. Invalid-chair 

De Voe, George W. (See Burrell, De Voe, and Pennal.) 
De Voe, William. (See Janssen and De Voe.) 

De Witt, John, Layton, 111. Draft-equalizer \ 

Deacon, Benjamin R., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Steam and electric connection for rail- | 
-cars 



No. 

363,320 
365,973 

367,794 

371,828 
359,501 
359,852 



367,795 
373,768 
370,048 
367,705 



365,245 

367,338 
357,185 
374,176 
356,824 
369,236 
356,869 
368,385 
366,207 



373,966 



361,994 



375,135 

356,990 
365,120 

368,327 

368,328 
369,841 

372,788 

368,520 

364,494 
367,197 
375,272 



356,390 

369,438 

365,801 ; 

370,010 | 

i 
375,477 

375,136 
355,642 
357,909 
361 400 
369,046 



way-i 



Deacon, Sidney R., Los Angeles, Cal. 
frame . 



Means for securing a sash or screen in the window- 



Dealy , Paul K. , Chicago, 111. Game-card 

Dean. Carter B., NorB»rne, Mo. Car-mover 

Dean, Edward C, Washington, D. C. Anti-friction roller . 

6 PAT 



3:9,715 

368,329 
375,273 
358,433 
360.764 



367,275 

372,363 

375.344 ! 
357,184 i 
375.443 
365,506 



1 
Date. 


May 


17 


July 


5 


Aug. 


9 


Oct. 


18 


Mar. 


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Mar. 


22 


Aug. 


9 


Nov. 


22 


Sept. 


20 


Aug. 


2 


June 21 


July 


26 


Feb. 


8 


Dec. 


6 


Feb. 


1 


Aug. 


30 


Feb. 


1 


Aug. 


16 


July 


12 


Nov. 


29 


Apr. 


26 


Dec. 


20 


Feb. 


1 


June 


21 


Aug. 


16 


Aug. 


16 


Sept. 


13 


Nov. 


8 


Aug. 


16 


June 


7 


July 


26 


Dec. 


20 


Jan. 


18 


Sept. 


6 


July 


5 


Sept. 


13 


Dec. 


27 


Dec. 


20 


Jan. 


4 


Feb. 


15 


Apr. 


19 


Aug. 


30 


Mar. 


22 


Aug. 


16 


Deo. 


20 


Mar. 


1 


Apr. 


5 


July 


26 


Nov. 


1 


Dec. 


27 


Feb. 


8 


Dec. 


27 


June 28 



Monthly 
volume. 



a, 



1762 

307 

674 

1553 
1558 
2135 



676 
2247 
1065 

522 



1518 

2196 

659 

21 

111 

2705 
180 

1507 
622 



2532 



2308 



1412 

344 
1341 

1435 

1436 
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759 

1712 



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\ 462 

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J183 

401 

398 

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Gazette. 



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\ 368 
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C380 
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1204 
' 205 
'457 



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1977 534 
1587 416 



1562 

176 

61 
1006 



1863 

1414 

470 
1695 
1448 
2460 



411 

51 

18 
C264 
}265 

486 

368 
125 
441 
374 
652 



}41 

40 



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58 



HO 586 



324 
1205 
1325 



587 

918 

1250 

549 



396 i 39 : 1386 



438 
552 



41 , 1050 

38 444 

40 1004 

38 455 



126 



980 



;> 39 451 



1335 

33 486 

39 1353 

1 40 | 741 

40 i 741 
40 ! 1182 



621 

794 



39 1166 

40 398 

41 1371 



38 313 

40 1065 

40 i 13 
| 40 1231 

41 : 1433 

41 1335 

38 i 93 



38 
39 
40 



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285 
955 



1904 483 , 38 1285 



1437 

1589 

13 

517 



382 

417 

4 

134 



2098 566 

117 36 

1687 443 

657 170 

1818 475 

1908 496 



40 ' 741 

41 1371 

38 905 

39 97 



40 420 



41 

41 
38 
41 
39 



493 

1398 

552 

1424 

1474 



82 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dean, George B., assignor of one-half to J. Y. Burnett, Lamoille, 111. Machine for cutting 

corn. (Reissue) 

Dean, LeviF., New Milford, Pa. Bridle-bit """" 

Dean, Thomas, Paterson, N. J. Combined window ventilator and shade 

Dean, "William P. (See Martin, Orin P., assignor.) 
Dean, "William W. (See Rainel and Dean.) 

Dear, Joseph A. , Jersey City, N. J. Fastening for printing-plates upon cylindrical surfaces 

Dearborn, Charles P. (See Gowell, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Dearborn, John A., Liberty, Mo. Gas-burner 

Dearborn, "Wyman, Boston, assignor to F. R. Hall, Brookline, Mass. Machine for cleaning 

cotton and wool waste 

Dearing, Fountain F., Bellbuckle, Tenn. Clutch ... 

Dearstyne, Peter F., Oneonta, assignor of one-third to J. G. Zimmermann, Jr., West Troy' 

N. Y. Tobacco-cutting machine 

Dearth, Lester A., Laconia, N. H. Hand or jack plane ..'.'.'.'.'.'..'..'. 

Deasey, John, Fall River, Mass. Faucet 

Deasey, John, assignor to H. Ogden, Fall River, Mass. Beer-faucet 

Deatherage, John R. (See Durnil, Cecil M., assignor.) 

Debacher, Robert R., New York, N. Y. Clasp for pocket-books 

Debacher, Robert R., assignor to "W. Schimper & Co., New York, N. Y. Frame-handle 

connection for hand-bags 

Deblieux, Benjamin N., Bay St. Louis, Miss. Nut-lock 

Decanniere, Henry, and A. F. Harrison, Greeley, Kans. Preserving eggs 

Dechent, Heinrich, New York, N. Y. Show-case for cutlery ... .. 

Decker, Alexander C, Keokuk, Iowa. Hog-ring " ..'. 

Decker, Alexander C. and 0. J.; said 0. J. Decker assignor to J. and P. Ayres, Keokuk 

Iowa. Bustle 

Decker, Alonzo, Old Fort, Ohio, assignor of one-half to M. Wickert. Corn-husker. ....... 

Decker, Daniel D., assignor to Decker Ladder Company, Brookfield, Mo. Fire-escape lad-i 

der i 

Decker, Frank A., Detroit, Mich. Sofa-bed '...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Decker, Fred E., Arnot, N. Y. Rotary engine ""!""""""" 

Decker, George "W. (See Levy and Decker.) 

Decker Ladder Company. (See Decker, Daniel D., assignor.) 

Decker, Olive J. (See Decker, Alexander C. and O. J.) 

Decker, Peter J., Copake Iron "Works, N. Y. Tool-holder 

Decker, Samuel W., Verdon, Nebr. Cultivator 

Decker, "William T., Lehigh Tannery, Pa. Mowing-machine cutter 

Decortis, Adolphe. (See Berg and Decortis.) 

Decumbus Oliver H. , Newark, N. J. Sight-protector for fire-arms 

Dederick, Ezra, Milwaukee, "Wis. Car-starter " " 

Dedrick, M. (See Darrow, "William M., assignor.) 

Deeble, John, assignor of one-half to J. B. Savage, Southington, Conn. Die for forming 

ox-shoes 




Deeds, John B., assignor of one-half to P. J. Kaufman, Terre Haute, Ind. Hydrocarbon- 
burner for steam-boilers 



Piston or valve 



Power-hammer 

Cover for heating-forges. 



Deeds, John B., and E. Dawson, assignors to L. Shultz, Terre Haute, Ind 
rod packing 

Deeley, Robert. (See Miller, Alexander, assignor.) 

Deely, Edmond T. (See Paul and Deely.) 

Deere & Company. (See Moore, Gilpin, assignor.) 

Deering & Company, William. (See Olin, "William F., assignor.) 

Deering & Co., William. (See Spaulding, George H, assignor.) 

Deering, Michael, assignor to C. C. Bradley, Syracuse, N. Y. Power-hammer 

Deering, Michael, assignor to C. C. Bradley, Syracuse, N. Y 

Deering, Michael, assignor to C. C. Bradley, Syracuse, N. Y 

Deering, "William. (See Spaulding, George H., assignor.) 

Deering, "William. (See Steward and Dixon, assignors.) 

Deering. "William, Louisville. Ky. Horse-power for gin-houses 

Deeter, Isaac. (See Fish and Deeter.) 

Deevy, Patrick, Dudley, Iowa. "Wheeled scraper 

Degenhardt, Frederick E., Chicago, 111. Terminal or distributing box . . 

Degenhardt, Frederick E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard Underground Cable Com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. Cable-hanger 

Degge, Middleton D. (See Walsh, Richard P., assignor.) 

Deghan, John C, and C. A. Bennett, Middletown, N. Y. Pipe-wrench 

Deharbe, Jules. (See Terme and Deharbe.) 

Deichmann, Hermann, Elizabeth, N. J. Scissors or shears 

Deighton, Richard, Shawnee Mound, Mo. Churn '.. 

Deitchler, Henry, Minneola. Iowa. Combined cultivator and harrow 

Deitsch, Charles, and C. G. Pfingsten, New York, N. Y. Frame for satchels, purses, bags, 
&c 



10.880 
374.352 
367,195 



368,757 

362,497 

360,506 
370,860 

360,797 
363,213 
358,021 
374,781 



370,122 

364,909 
367,196 
371,254 
362.207 
371,674 

374,660 
357,523 

363,950 

373,445 
371,675 



360,953 
362,575 
356,574 



358,734 
374,943 



359,961 
364,993 
370,934 



Date. 



Nov. 8 
Dec. 6 
July 26 



Aug. 23 



May 10 

' Apr. 5 
Oct. 4 

A pr. 5 
Mav 17 
Feb'. 22 
Dec' 13 

Sept. 20 

Juno 14 
July 26 
Oct. '11 
May 3 
Oct. 18 

Dec. 13 
Feb. 8 

May 31 

Nov. 22 
Oct. 18 



Apr. 12 
May 10 
Jan. 25 

Mar. 1 
Dec. 20 



Mar. 22 
June 14 
Oct. 4 



Monthly 
volume. 






1151 

263 

1975 



2050 

605 

254 
163 

561 
1C20 
1849 

872 

1178 

1020 

1976 

740 

206 

1326 

700 

1128 

2676 

1764 
1327 



801 

711 

1830 

462 
1133 



2301 
1142 

292 



307 

70 

534 



;5t2 

[543 

171 

63,64 
44 

146 
425 
489 
229 

312 

267 
534 



355,512 I Jan. 4 280 
368,384 i Aug. 16 1506 
369,168 ' Aug. 30 ! 2621 



61 
343 

184 
395 
;694 
695 
468 
343 



206 
198 
479 

113 

297 



578 

299 

72 



74,75 
402 
696 



375,271 Dec. 20 1586 416 



Dcitz, George A., Chambersburg, Pa. Seal-lock 

Deitz,-Robert E. (See Betts, Lewis F., assignor.) 

Delaticld, Clarence, Mobile, Ala. Pile or pier 

Delande, Adolphe, Lafayette, La. Horse-collar 

Delantler, August J. . Sheffield. Pa. Shoe-maker's measure 

Delano, George A., Abrams, Wis. Sliding mouth-piece for harmonicas 
Delano, John W., assignor of one-half to G. H. Clarke, Skowhegan, Me. Tool for clinch- 
ing horseshoe-nails 

Delano, Philip. (See Mendeuhall. Caiieton, assignor!)"" 
Delany, George W., et al. (See McGill, Edward K., assignor.) 

Delany, Patrick, Newburg, N. Y. Buoy 

Delany, Patrick B., New York, N. Y. System of YndicatYng time by electric lights! !!!!!! 

Delany, Patrick B., New York, N. Y. Telegraphy 

Delany, Patrick B., New York, N. Y. Telegraphy- 

Deiassus, Ceran F., and A. Bobbins, Grand Eddy, Mo. Metallic batten 

Delavan. Charles A. (See James and Dolavan.) 

Deiger, E. F. (See Thomas, Douglas. Smith, and Twing, assignors.) 

Delorieux, John. (See Toulouse and Delorieux.) 

Delory, Michael, assignor to W. W. White, Providence, R. I. Hoisting-bucket 

Dclvalle, Benjamin, New York, N. Y. Lock 



364,493 
364,994 

368,136 

361,579 

363,049 
367.603 
368,935 

368,878 
363.371 

374,944 
356,989 
373,886 
375,608 



June 7 
June 14 

Aug. 9 

Apr. 19 

May 17 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 30 

Aug. 23 
May 24 

Dec. 20 

Feb. 1 

Nov. 29 

Dec. 27 



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1151 

1692 

1399 

360 

2309 

2214 
1829 

1135 

344 

2417 

2050 

308 



306 

437 

370 
102 
613 

589 
481 

297 
91 

531 

81 



41 
41 
40 



>40 






691 

1096 

398 



867 



39 595 



39 

41 

39 
39 
38 
41 

40 

39 
40 
41 
39 

41 

41 
38 

|39 

'41 
41 



39 
39 
38 

38 
41 



38 
39 
41 



38 
40 
40 



49 

32 

105 

792 

789 

1226 

1270 

1286 
398 
153 
513 
277 



1192 
640 

1006 

826 

278 



154 
613 
371 

990 

1284 



1356 
1308 

58 



5fi 
755 

988 



41 1371 

J 39 1165 

39 1308 

40 



39 

39 
40 
40 

40 
39 

41 
38 
41 



678 

331 

748 
520 
926 

899 

841 

1284- 
486 
959 



41 1406 

40 58 



366,077 July 5 446 121 

360,862 Apr. 12 664 174 

373.967 Nov. 29 2533 681 

373.968 Nov. 29 2536 682 
360,763 Apr. 5 517 134 



40 
39 
41 
41 
39 



84 
131 
981 
981 

97 



369,842 
367,963 



Sept. 13 , »5 
Aug. 9 I 919 



196 
248 



40 118? 
40 I 634 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1837. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



83 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Demarest, Dewitt C, Denver, Colo. Fountain-pen 

Deniarest, James T., Englewood, N J. Pot-scraper 

Demarest, John, assignor to J. L. Mott Iron Works, New York, N. Y. 
basin 



Stationary wash- 



Deniarest, John, assignor to J. L. Mott Iron Works, New York, N. Y. "Waste-pipe and 

valve for basins 

Dement, Bobert H., Hudson, 111. Car-brake 

Deniing, Edmund 0., San Francisco, Cal. Device for disengaging scale-beam latches . . . . . 

DemiDg, Frank B., Salem, Ohio. Hub-boring machine 



Deming, Frank B., assignor to Silver & Deming Manufacturing Company, Salem, Ohio. 

Rotary pump 

Deming, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lock-cock 

Dempsey, John A. (See Layman, Dempsey, and Coppinger.) 
Denanhouer, Peter. (See Meadowcroft and Denanhouer.) 

Denebeim, Abraham, Evansville, Ind. Cork-fastener 

Denehy, Denis M., Acampo, Cal. Thill-coupling 

Denison, Charles H., Springfield, Mass. Double-reservoir lamp 

Denison, Julian F., New Haven, Conn. EL-ctric-arc lamp 

Denison, Rnssel A., Providence, B. I. Electrical subway 

Denithorne. William B., Phcenixville, Pa. Bope-clamp 

Denlis, William F., Cottonwood, Cal. Baling-press. 



Denney, Samuel L., assignor of one-half to H. B. Cochran, Lancaster, Pa. 
Denney, William H., Lancaster, Pa. Clamp or vise 



Car-axle . 



Denning, Moses B. (See Wood, John P., assignor.) 

Dennis, Albeit, Franklin, Tenn. Back-band hook 

Dennis, Charles, and W. S. Clawson, Audubon, Iowa. Hay or hog rack 

Dennis, Charles W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Wash-boiler fountain .' 

Dennis, II. E. (See Lochbihler and Edloff, assignors.) 

Dennis, Henry C., Tyrone, Pa. Safety car-heater 

Dennis, James E., etal. (See Olson, John W., assignor.) 

Dennis, John B., Otturnwa, Iowa. Bank-register 

Dennis, Laban. (See Dennis, Thomas L., assignor.) 
Dennis, Solomon C., el al. (See Olson, John W., assignor.) 

Dennis, Thomas L., Somerville, assignor of one-half to L. Dennis, Newark, N. J. 
engine . 



Steam- 



Dennison, William E. (See Edwards, Granville M., assignor.) 
Denniston, William H. (See Stewart, William T., assignor.) 
Denny Brothers Company. (See Mackay, William M., assignor.) 

Denny, Hervey B., Washington, D, C. Cylinder printing-machine 

Denny, John T., Beidsville, N. C. Bucket 

Densfow, William H., Ulster, Pa. Combined hot-air and steam heater 

Densmore, Amos. (See Barron, Walter J., assignor.) 

Densmore, Edwin, Grand Bapids, Mich. Cement 

Densmore, James. (See Barron, Ernest B., assignor.) 

Dent, Louis A. (See Bhodes, Daniel, assignor.) 

Denton, James E., Hoboken, N J. Stuffing-box 

Depp, AVilliam E., Brookville, Pa. Apparatus for heating and ventilating railway-cars. . . 

Depp, William E., Brookville, Pa. Cider or wine mill 

Deprez, Marcel, andB. Abdank-Abakanowicz, Paris, France. Apparatus for transmitting 
and receiving electrical signals 

Depny, Augustus B., Camden, N. J. Lightning-arrester .- 

Deraismes, Hippolite A., Elizabeth, N. J. Baggage-check 

Derbohlaw, John, New York, N. Y. Machine for making tinsel thread 

Derby & Co., Philander. (See Nichols, John, assignor.) 

Derby, Edwin C, Portland, Mich. Land-roller 

Derby, Samuel C, Ashley, Mich. Portable elevator 

Derby, Scott B., Utica, Nebr. Scriber or marking-awl 

Derfus, George. (See Kaeszmann, John P., assignor.) 

Derick, Myron L., Boston, assignor to W. F. Brigham, trustee, Hudson, Mass. Gossamer 
rubber fabric 

Derickx, Paul D., Detroit, Mich. Harness attachment '. .1: '. '. '..'.".'.'. '. '.'. '. '.'. 

Dermitt, Simpson W. and W. V., Pittsburg, Pa. Electric valve-controller .. 

Dermitt, Wesley V. (See Dermitt, Simpson W. and W. V.) 

Derr, Fuller S. , Turbotville, Pa. Sweat-pad hook 

Derrick, Charles W. (See Loucks and Derrick.) 

Derrick, Morris B., Chicago, 111. Car-heater 

Derrick, Thomas, assignor of one-half to W. E. Derrick, Lansingburg, New York. Thill- 
shackle 



Derrick, William E. (See Derrick, Thomas, assignor.) 

Derrick, William H. (See Bavmond and Derrick.) 

Des Champs, Kate M., et al. (See Brown, Thomas H., assignor.) 

Descards, Michel, Pont-Saint-Pierre, Eure, France. Carding-machine 

Desgoffe, Auguste, and L. De Georges, Odessa, Bussia. Screw-propeller 

Desiccated Cocoamit and Oil Manufacturing Company. (See Ashbourne, Alexander P., 
assignor.) 

Desjardins, Gedeon, Pembroke, Ontario, Canada. Log-sleigh 

Desmond, John, assignor to Penberthy Injector Company, Detroit, Mich. Steam-injector. 
Desmond, John, assignor to Penberthy Injector Company, Detroit, Mich. Safety-valve . . . 

Desmond, John, assignor to Penberthy Injector Company, Detroit, Mich. Injector 

Dcsobry , Edward, Plaquemine, La. Device for plows 

Desruelles, Lucien A. W., Paris, France. Galvanic battery 



Desy, Louis A. , TTinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Ditching-machine 

Detamble, Henry, assignor of two-thirds to J. Sahles and M. Detamble, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Instrument for moistening envelopes 

Detamble, Mathias.^pJ. (See Detamble, Henry, assignor.) 

Detrick, Jacob S., a^gnor to Matthai, Digram & Co., Baltimore, Md. Machine for mak- 
ing wire handles 



No. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Date 



361,493 
356,527 

355,439 

358,147 
366,818 
365,170 

374,945 



367,374 
359,714 



358,189 
368,282 
359,502 



363,611 

355,867 
361,932 
372,842 
366,307 
357,524 

362.498 
368,707 
359,010 

371,178 

375,609 



358,598 



364,223 

366,653 
361,350 

358,338 



362.367 
365,975 
365,976 

372,404 
369.436 
370,455 
364,339 

374,117 
373,648 
366,308 



375,478 
369,322 
372,208 

364,808 

370,049 

364,634 



363,612 
359,140 



371,043 
3J6.G82 
358,148 
372,209 
372,364 

359.063 



360,282 



w 



Apr. 19 ; 15C9 
Jan. 25 I 1758 



Jan. 



187 



Feb. 22 j 2042 
July 39 1469 
June 21 1409 

Dec. 20 1136 



Aug. 2 
Mar. 22 



Feb. 22 
Aug. 16 
Mar. 15 

May 24 

Jan. 11 

Apr. 26 
Nov. 8 
July 12 
Feb'. 8 

May 10 
Aug. 23 
Mar. 8 

Oct. 11 

Dec. 27 



Mar. 1 



June 7 

July 19 
Apr. 19 

Feb. 22 



May 
July 
July 



Nov. 1 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 27 
June 7 

Nov. 29 
Nov. 22 
July 12 



Dec. 27 
Sept. 6 
Oct. 25 

June 14 

Sept. 20 

June 14 



May 24 
Mai-. 8 



Oct. 4 
Jan. 25 
Feb. 22 
Oct. 25 
Nov. 1 

Mar. 8 



Mar. 29 



356,575 I Jan. 25 1830 479 



26 
1903 



2109 
1385 
1559 

2187 

804 

2212 

852 

765 

112S 

607 

1977 
875 

633 

2051 



277 



32 



1244 

1378 



2297 



409 
309 
310 

176 

172 

1654 

177 

2749 

2083 

767 



1863 

21 

2134 

874 

1066 

602 



2192 
1037 



407 

458 



50 



172 
525 
223 

162 

531 



65 



449 
1976 
2043 
2135 

122 

940 



113 

82 
82 

50 

50 

441 

49,50 

739 

556 
206 



487 

6 

548 

230 

282 

161 



1 



568 
269 



113 
519 
537 

548 
37 
(239 
\ 240 
(717 
2824 I 718 
(719 



o 
> 



39 
38 

38 

38 

40 
39 

Ui 



40 
38 



38 
40 
38 

>39 

38 
39 
41 
40 
38 

39 
40 
38 

41 

41 



38 



>39 



40 
39 



38 



39 
40 
40 

41 
40 
40 
39 

41 
41 
40 



41 
40 

41 

39 
40 
39 



39 
38 



41 
38 
38 
41 

41 

>38 



>38 



38 



371,492 Oct. 11 I 1059 



(276 
)277 



}41 






308 
358 

38 

823 

294 

1366 

1284 



456 
1285 



836 

730 

1205 

910 

163 
436 
636 
152 
641 

595 

853 
1070 

133 

1466 



955 



1094 



253 
272 



873 



554 
58 
59- 

503 

1064 
1368 
1122 

1024 

887 
153 



1433 

1039 

440 

1258 

1250 

1209 



911 
1102 



89' 

»400 

823 

440 

494 

1083 



1460 

372 
215 



84 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Xarae, residence, and invention. 



Detrick, James, King's Fetrv, N. Y. Harness-fastening loop - - ■ 

Detro, Clarance S., Ashley, Pa, Spark-arrester 

Detroit Casket Company. (See Blaekfoid, William H., assignor.) 
Detroit Heating and Lighting Company. (See Owen, Russell B., assignor.) 
Detroit Motor Company. (See Slater, Henry B., assignor.) 
Detroit Safe Company.' (See Anberlin, Tkeophilus A., assignor.) 
Detroit Stove Works. (See Rein, Bernard, assignor.) 

Detweiler, Daniel B., Berlin, Ontario, Canada. Harvester cutter-bar 

Detwiler, John, Malvern, Pa. Heater-register box 

Detwiler, Samuel G., Philadelphia, Pa. Title-holder for pictures 

Deubert, Adam, Wiichtersbach, Hesse, Prussia, Germany, assignor to H. Deubert, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Sole for boots or shoes 

Deubert, Henry. (See Deubert, Adam, assignor.) 

Deuss, Hugo O., Chicago, HI., assignor to New Haven Clock Company, New Haven, Conn. 

Pendulum clock - 

Deutsch, A. S. (See Gates, Alfonso D., assignor.) 
Deutsch, Jacob. (See Schnitzler and Deutsch.) 

Deutsche Edison Gesellschaft fur Angewandte Elektricitat, (See Pollak, Karl,, assignor.) 
Deutsche Sprengstoff Actiengesellschaft. (See Bernstein, Richard, assignor.) 
Deutscbel, Abraham. (SeeEwert, Otto, assignor.) 
Deveney, Peter. (See Macrae and Tavener, assignors.) 

Devens. Elijah J., Coldwater, assignor of two-thirds to J. S. Dewey and C. E. Young, De- 
troit, Mich. Fence-post - -.- - - - - ----------- 

Deverall, Frederick J., Brooklyn, assignor to Deverall Manufacturing Company, A ew York, 

N. Y. Sheet-metal can : 

Deverall Manufacturing Company. (See Deverall, Frederick J., assignor.) 

Devereux, Oren C, Providence, R. I. Button 

Devereux, Walter B., Aspen, Colo. Apparatus for separating lead or base bullion from 

slag, mattes, and speiss :----.- {.' iiV X 'i "j ' 

Devereux, Walter B., Aspen, Colo., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-half to Ortord 

Copper Company, of New Jersey. Apparatus for heating blast for blast-furnaces 

Devine, Alviu, Rantoul, HI. Check-rower for corn-planters 

Devine, WilliamP., Newark, N. J. Button-machine 

Devitt, John J., and J. Corcoran, Yonkers, N. Y. Loom for weaving tufted fabrics 

Devlin & Co., Thomas. (See Koeberle, John M., assignor.) 

Devlin, Daniel, St. Louis, Mo. Cable-road curve 

Devore, Espy L., and E. O. Keck, Aurelia, Iowa. Draft-equalizer for harvesters 

Devore! James A., Hastings. Mich. Fence ........ . . ... .. - ... ........... 

Devore, LeviM , Freeport, 111., assignor of part to G. M. Waldorf and H. P. Kochsmerer. 

Wire-coil sheet < 

Dew, John L., Free State, S. C. Fertilizer-distributer 

Dew Martin, Cass City, Mich. Self-raking attachment for harvesters 

Dew Neil W., Charleston, 111. Combined window-cleaner, mop-holder, &c 

Dewees John W., Philadelphia, Pa. Feeding mechanism for sewing-machines 

Dewey, Frederic P., Washington, D. C. Manufacturing pigments from galena, &c 

Dewey! Henry, Plainsburg, assignor to D. Best, San Leandro, Cal. Brake. - 

Dewey, Hosea B. , Milwaukee, Wis. Hot-air duct for furnaces 

Dewey, James S., el al. (See Devens, Elijah J., assignor.) 

Dewey Mary, Chicago, 111. Corset and dress protector 

Dewing Hubert L., Valley Centre, Kans. Hay stacker and loader - - - - - 

Dewing, James, and D. F. Bennett, San Francisco, Cal. Tool for cutting seats fur msu- 
latorattachments for musical instruments 

Dexter Avelyn I., Whitewater, Wis. Refrigerator -building 

Dexter, Edward, et al. (See Smith, A. Buttles, assignor.) 

Dexter, Henry B., assignor to Rhode Island Card-Board Company, Pawtucket, K. 1. Card- 
board - .- , - 

Dexter, John W.. etal. (See Smith, A. Buttles, assignor.) _ 

Dexter, Talbot C, Des Moines, Iowa, Paper-folding attachment for printing-presses 

Dey, Lewis R., Camden, N. J. Ice spur or creeper 

Deymann, Henry, Toledo, Ohio. Thermotic valve-controlling device 

DiGaetano, Giacomo, New York, N. Y. Window-guard 

Dial, Augustus A., Uvalde, Tex. Car-coupling - 

Diall, Martin N., Terre Haute, Ind. Lamp-post 

Diamond Electric Belt Company. (See Williams. John, assignor.) 

Diamond State Iron Company. (See Eynon and Davis, assignors.) 

Dick, Albert B., Chicago, 111. Attachment for type-writing machines _ 

Dick, Hugh, Three Mile Bay, N. Y. Device for sharpening harrow-disks - 

Dick, Joseph, Canton, Ohio. Straw-cutter - 

Dick, Julius M., Greensborough, N. C. Furnace attachment ... 

Dickenson, Charles, Portland, Oreg., assignor of part to E. Montis, M. L. Wooster, and M. 
J. Crandall. Button-hole cutter - 

Dickerman, Amos, New Haven, Conn. Wad-winding machine 

Dickerman, Amos, New Haven, Conn. Breech-loading shot-gun 

Dickerman, Edwin H, et al. (See Root, Judson E., assignor.) 

Dickerson, Edward N., Jr., New York, N. Y. Automatic electric damper-regulator 

Dickey, Elihu F.. near Emmit, Ark. Combined seed-planter and cultivator 

Dickey,' Marion F., Yegua, Tex. Jar-fastener 

Dickey, Tansley & Co. (See Hamilton, Thomas H., assignor.) 

Dickieson, Janies W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Binding-tile 

Diokinsen, George W. (See Mertsheimer, Frederick, assignor.) 

Dickinson, Ansel, et al. (See Strickler, Peter G., assignor.) 

Dickinson, Daniel A., St. Paul, Minn. Steam-boiler 

Dickinson, George H. (See Armstrong, Edward, assignor.) 

Dickinson, James Q., Richmond, Va. Attachment for derricks and cranes 

Dickinson, Silas C, Wilton, Iowa. Electric striking device for clocks - - 

Dickson, Charles K., assignor of one-half to R. H. Floyd-Jones, St. Louis, Mo. Street-rail-? 

Dickson , Gilbert J. , assignor to Albany Hardware Manufacturing Company, Albany, N. Y. 

Mincing-knife - 

Dickson, John A., Pulaski, Tenn. Automatic brake for vehicles --- 

Dickson, Jonathan, Agosia, Ohio. Railway -rail joint - 

Dickson, Samuel R., New York. N.Y. Process of and apparatus for the manufacture of gas. 
Dickson. William R., Pittsburg, Pa, Grinding or polishing machine. (Reissue) 



No. 



374,177 
371,179 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



32 



Dec. 6 22 5 

Oct. 11 ' 634 162 



Official 
Gazette. 


> 




41 
41 


1050 
133 



365,586 
372,130 
369,926 


June 

Oct. 

Sept, 


28 
25 
13 


2041 

2026 

874 


532 
519 
231 


39 
41 
40 


1500 

418 

1208 


369,323 


Sept, 


6 


21 


6 


40 


1039 


373,727 


Nov. 


22 


2189 


585 


41 


908 



361,001 

362,254 

375,137 

374,239 

374,240 
367,964 
363,214 

367,094 

370,381 
360,514 
359,595 

361.002 
375,052 
373,055 
366,309 
I 363,811 
372,898 
367,965 
369,169 

1 301,494 
361,814 

373,393 

371, ISO 



Apr. 12 J 881 , 222 : 39 167 
May 3 264 74 : 39 524 
Dec. 20 1415 368 ! 41 1335 



Dec. 6 

Dec. 6 
Aug. 9 

May 17 j 

July 26 

Sept. 27 
Apr. 5 
Mar. 22 

Apr. 12 
Dec, 20 
Nov. 15 
July 12 
May 31 
Nov. 8 
Aug. 9 
Aug. 30 

Apr. 19 

Apr. 26 



96 

99 

921 

1621 

1839 



1546 

181 | 
1741 

882 
1286 
1170 

767 
2480 

932 

922 
2622 

1570 
2039 



24 41 1065 



24 

249 

426 

C496 

{ 491 

414 

44 

442 

222 
335 
313 
207 
644 
251 
249 
696 

407 
530 



41 1066 

40 ; 634 

39 792 

1 40 372 

40 I 1349 
39 ! 35 
38 1254 



Nov. 15 : 1687 447 
Oct. 11 636 ! 163 



372,971 i Nov. 8 1037 : 278 



369,780 
368,330 
373,969 
373,970 
355,979 
361,495 



357,271 
374.782 
356,751 
361,933 

365,333 

365,054 
369,437 

361,270 
367,507 
360,515 

357,375 



Sept. 13 , 636 
Aug. 16 i 1440 
Nov. 29 i 2538 
Nov. 29 ! 2539 
Jan. 11 : 984 
Apr. 19 1571 



172 
382 
682 
682 
258 
408 



39 
41 
41 
40 
39 
41 
40 
40 

39 
39 

41 
41 



41 

40 
40 
41 
41 
38 
39 






167 

1311 
704 
153 
971 
651 
635 



309 
403 

800 
133 



670 

1164 
742 
982 
982 
200 
309 



Feb. 8| 774 1 201 

Dec 13 i 873 ■ 230 

Feb. 1 I 15 ' 5 

Apr. 26 i 2213 j 575 

i 

June 21 i 1639 428 
(325 



June 21 . 1237 
Sept. 6 I 175 



^326 
50 



Apr. 19 , 1272 326 
Aug. 2 | 226 65 
Apr. 5 ! 182 44 



38 573 

41 ' 1227 

38 ; 426 

39 436 

39 1409 
I 39 I 1336 

40 '' 1065 

39 253 

40 495 
39 36 



Feb. 8 



907 



239 33 599 



356,103 i Jan. 18 1167 



309 



33 239 



375,610 
363,215 

361,211 



358,022 
300,954 
370,382 
370,768 
10,812 



Dec. 27 < 2052 ! 532 41 1407 
May 17 j 1623 j 426 39 792 
Apr. 12 1193 j{ I® I 3; , m 



Fob. 22 1850 

Apr. 12 802 

Sept. 27 1547 

Oct. 4 #22 

Mar. 1 TOO 



489 
206 
414 
6 
143 



38 739 

39 I 154 

40 j 1349 

41 7 
33 1014 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



85 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dieekmann, Georg F., assignor of one-half to P. Gmelilin, New York, N. Y. Electrical? 
piano ) 

Diefendorf, Abram, et al. (See Eckerson, David I., assignor.) 

Diehl, John. (See Crocker and Diehl.) 

Diehl, Julius A., and N.Weiss, Philadelphia, assignors of one-third to H. K. Schlouch and 
A. W. Haines, Allentown , Pa. Ice-creeper 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J. Electric motor - 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jersey. \ 
Trimming attachment for sewing-machines ) 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jersey.? 
Sewing-machine - 5 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jersey. 
Sewing-machine 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jersey. 
Sewing-machine shuttle 

Diemer, John F., Elizabeth. N. J. Paper box 

Diener, Carl. (See Mayrhofer, Carl A., assignor.) 

Dienier, J. F. (See Gonon, Paul E., assignor.) 

Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Coal or rock drill support. 

Dietch, Simon. (See Menzenhauer, Friedrich, assignor.) 

Dieterich, Daniel P., et al. (See Powell, John B., assignor.) 

Dieterich, Daniel P., et al. (See Wrighton, William E., assignor.) 

Dietrich, Oscar, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany. Clasp for binding or holding together news- 
papers, &c 

Dietz, Andrew E., Oakland, Cal. Snow-plow 

Dietz Company, B. E. (See Betts, Charles L., assignor.) 

Dietz Company, B. E. (See Betts, Lewis F., assignor.) 

Dietz Company, B. E. (See Dietz, Frederick, assignor.) 

Dietz Company, B. E. (See Irwin, John H., assignor.) 

Dietz, Frederick, assignor to B. E. Dietz Company, New York, N. Y. Tubular lantern . . . 

Dietz, Bobert E. (See Betts, Lewis F., assignor.) 

Dietz, Bobert E., New York, N. Y. Bale for baling wood for transportation 

Dietze, August 0., Syracuse, Neb. Car-coupling 

Dietzel, John W., Burgoon, Ohio. Boofing compound 

Dietzman, Albert S., and G. Cressey ; said Cressey assignor to H. B. Mitchell, Louisville, 
Ky. Magnetic register-connection for water-meters 

Dieu, Alexandre, New York, N. Y. Speed-governor. . . 

Digeon, Jules H., Paris, France. Apparatus for producing and washing carbonic-acid gas. 

Diggles, Henry J., Fort Jones, Cal. Cart 

Diggs, Jesse F., Baltimore, Md. Overalls 

Dignam, John S., London, Ontario, Canada. Caster 

Dikeman, Charles W., Eacine, "Wis. Machine for turfing fabrics 

Dill, J. Frank, Bidgway, Pa. Nut-lock 

Dill, Joshua A., Frederick, Md. Lifting-jack 

Dill, Lorenzo, Union City, Ind. Looking-glass frame 

Dill, "William H., Buffalo, Ind. Adjustable gate 

Dill, William H. , and S. Downey, Buffalo, Ind. Window-slide 

Dillard, Arthur H., Lynchburg, Va. Seal-lock 

Dillenbeck, Arie V., Bochester, N. Y. Car brake and starter 

Diller, Abraham, and J. W. White, Brighton, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Dilley, Sebastian C. (See Conrad, Charles E., assignor.) 

Dillon, James W., New Salem, 111. Car-coupling 

Dillon, Louis W., assignor to Daggett & Clap, Attleborough, Mass. Bracelet 

Dillon. William H., Elkton, By. Handsaw 

Dils, Thomas M., assignor of one-half to H. B. Hayford, Davenport, Iowa. Table-siDk 

Dilts, William, assignor of one-half to B. C. Smith, Cincinnati. Ohio. Step-ladder 

Dimes, William S., Woodgreen, county of Middlesex, England. Plate-rack 

Dimick, Frank E.. Savona, N. Y. Stove-pipe fastening 

Dimitry, Charles P., New Orleans, La. Indelible ink 

Dimon, Frank S., Fort Scott, Bans. Clevis 

Dimond, Jacob, Pittsfield, HI. Flood-gate 

Dineen, George P., Tottenham, county of Middlesex, assignor of one-balf A. Bowe. Peck- 
ham Bye, county of Surrey, England. Self-acting apparatus for working points and 
signals upon railways 

Dinges, McGahey & Co. (See Haruin, Eugene F. assignor.) . 

Dingier, Louis E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for preventing clogging of catch-basins 

Dingman, Alexander, Jersey City, N. J. Game apparatus 

Dinsberg, Carl, assignor to Farbenfabriken, vormals Fr. Bayer & Co., Elberfeld, Prussia, 
Germany. Manufacture of dye-stuffs or coloring-matters .' . 

Dinsmore, Alfred S. (See Fitzgerald, Walter S., assignor.) 

Dinsmore, Alfred S., Boston, Mass. Cloth-clamp for gigging-machines, &c 

Dion, Leon 0. (See Cummings and Dion.) 

Dion, Leon O., Natick, Mass. Eivet 

Dion, Leon 0. , Natick, Mass. Fastening for leather and other flexible materials 

Dion, Leon O., Natick, Mass. Uniting pieces of leather . 

Dion, Louis. (See Dion, Peter, assignor.) 

Dion. Peter, assignor of one-half to L. Dion, South Bend, Ind. Wheel 

Discho, William, Newark, N. J., assignor to Iron Clad Manufacturing Company, New 
York, N. Y. Sprinkling-pot .' 

Disman, Joseph, Dayton, Ohio. Machine for feeding straw into steam-boilers used in paper- 
making 




361,401 
374,661 

374,662 

375,695 
368,819 

360,667 



372,405 
365,055 



373,056 

362,148 
359,776 
368,936 

369,595 
367,604 
375,611 
363,991 
367,198 
357,764 
362.368 
365,674 
363,050 
355,597 
366,937 
364,224 
367,375 
370,935 
374,783 

374,459 
358,339 
362,726 
356,401 
359,716 
371,044 
363,122 
370,383 
355,980 
370,769 



Disney, William. (See Bancevau, John, assignor.) 

Diss, Julius, Dusseldorf, Prussia, Germany. Fire-escape 

Diss, Louis P., assignor to E. Bemington & Sons, Hion, N. Y. Breech-loading (ire-arm . . 
Diss, Louis P., assignor to E. Bemington & Sons, Hion, N. Y. Magazine fire-arm 



Diss, Louis P., assignor to E. Bemington & Sons, Hion, N. Y. Packing-case for cartridges 
Diss, Louis P., assignor to A. N. Bussell and A. Brill, receivers, Hion, N. Y. Magazine- 



363,613 

359,244 
362,432 

366,078 

356,455 

357,118 
360,863 
375,479 

366,464 

j 361,143 

1 358,923 

368,075 
356,274 
356,275 

356,276 



gun. 



356,277 
367.199 



Diss, Louis P., Hion, N. Y., assignor to A. Brill and A. N. Bussell, receivers. Magazine 
gun 

Disston, Hamilton, et al. (See Disston, Thomas S.. assignor.) 

Disston, Horace C.j/t al. (See Disston, Thomas S., assignor. 

Disston, Jacob S., eral. (See Disston, Thomas S., assignor.) 

Disston, Thomas S., assignor to H., H. C, W., and J. S. Disston, Philadelphia, Pa. Saw . . 367,605 



Date. 



Aug. 16 



Apr. 5 
Jan. 25 

Apr. 19 
Dec. 13 

Dec. 13 

Dec. 27 

Aug. 23 

Apr. 5 



Nov. 1 
June 21 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Nov. 


15 


May 


3 


Mar. 


22 


Aug. 


30 


Sept. 


6 


Aug. 


2 


Dec. 


27 


May 


31 


July 


26 


Feb. 


15 


May 


3 


June 


28 


May 


17 


Jan. 


4 


July 


19 


June 


7 


Aug. 


2 


Oct. 


4 


Dec. 


13 


Dec. 


6 


Feb. 


22 


May 


10 


Jan. 


18 


Mar. 


22 


Oct. 


4 


May 


17 


Sept. 


27 


Jan. 


11 


Oct. 


4 


May 


24 


Mar. 


15 


May 


3 


July 


5 


Jan. 


25 


Feb. 


1 


Apr. 


12 


Dec. 


27 


July 


12 


Apr. 


12 


Mar. 


8 


Aug. 


9 


Jan. 


18 


Jan. 


18 


Jan. 


18 


Jan. 


18 


July 


26 


Aug. 


2 



1242 



388 
1831 

1451 
701 

705 

2177 
2134 

390 



180 
1240 



1172 

131 
2009 
2310 



417 

2298 

937 

1579 

1905 

450 

1500 

1548 

985 

27 



-2194 



1182 
502 



555 

665 

1864 



1399 



C331 ) 
> 332 i 



40 



99 
479 

, 374 
375 

,184 
185 

185 

566 
566 



99 



39 
38 

1 39 

k 



41 



39 

508 



435 



41 1490 
40 883 



39 



51 41 504 
326 39 1336 



314 41 



40 ! 1108 
40 520 



41 



39 



38 1136 

39 572 



41 1433 
40 190 



663 

282 
283 



283 



363 103 40 521 



86 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Disston, William, et al. (See Disston, Thomas S., assignor.) 
Dittenhoefer, Adolph B. (See Carnachan, James S. G., assignor.) 
Dittly, George. (See Hammer, Conrad, assignor.) 

Dittnier, William H., Salt Lake City, Titan Ter. Door-operating device 

Ditto, David M., Amanda, Ohio. Attachment for cultivators 

Dittiick, John, Perth, Ontario, Canada. Fire-escape 

Diven, "William H., Laurel, Md. Device for operating the ventilating-frames of hot-houses. 

Divine, Silas R., North Tarrytown, N. T. Tablet for aerated beverages 

Divine, Silas R., North Tarrytown, N. Y. Producing aerated waters 

Dix, Henry S., Plymouth, Mass. Machine for spinning hemp 

Dix, Samuel C, Neponset, 111. Wagon end-gate 

Dixey, John, C. Gronberg, and P. Hyden, Pullman, 111. Drill-chuck 

Dixon, Alfred H., and W. J. Gradwell, Manchester, county of Lancaster, England. Stop- 
motion mechanism for doubling-frames, &c 

Dixon. Ezra, Bristol, R. I. Saddle for top rolls of spinning-machines 

Dixon, George E., Chicago, 111. Siphon-pipe heater 

Dixon, George E., Chicago, 111. Hot closet 

Dixon, Robert H. (See Steward and Dixon.) 

Dixon, Robert M., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Pintsch Lighting Company, New York, 
N. Y. Gas-lamp 

Dixon, William, Sheffield, county of York, and S. Thompson, Trent, county of Stafford, as- 
signors to T. and S. Thompson, Hanley, and T. M. Eavell, Etruria, England. Piston for 
steam-engines 

Doan, Daniel, Spi ingville, Iowa. Horse hay-rake 

Doan, Nelson R., Rutland, Wis. Plow-colter 

Doan, Wallace. (See Doan, William S., assignor.) 

Doan, William S., assignor of one-half to W. Doan, Sacramento, Cal. Car-coupling 

Doane, Valentine, Jr., Harwich, Mass. Child's carriage 

Doane & Wellington Manufacturing Company. (See Elick, Otis C, assignor.) 

Doane, William H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Duplex planing-machine 

Dobbins. Edwin A., New York, N. Y. Yielding support for bicycle and other lamps 

Dobbs, Richard C, Guttenberg, N. J. Car-coupling .' 

Dobbs, Charles J., Middlesbrough, county of York, England. Brick for paving 

T)obie, John C, Mora, county of Middlesex, Ontario, Canada. Portable post-driving machine . 
Dobson & Barlow. (See Dobson and Bromiley, assignors.) 

Dobson, Benjamin A., Bolton, county of Lancaster, England. Machine for winding yarn . . 

Dobson, Benjamin A., and W. I. Bromiley, assignors to Dobson & Barlow, Bolton, county ) 

of Lancaster, England. Carding-engine $ 

Dobson, Benjamin A., and W. I. Bromiley, assignors to Dobson & Barlow, Bolton, county 

of Lancaster, England. Carding-engine. '. 

Dobson, James.^t al. (See Pearson, Charles, assignor.) 

Dobson, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Woven pile fabric 

Dobson, John, etal. (See Pearson, Charles, assignor.) 

Dobson, Robert E., Darlington, Wis. Pump _ 

Dobson, William, Bolton, county of Lancaster, England. Carding-engine 

Doekum, Thomas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fence-guard 

Dodd, Alvin H., Hudson, N. Y. Shutter- worker 

Dodd, Charles H., assignor to H. G. Earr, Boston, Mass. Machine for grooving shafts, } 

axle-journals, &c $ 

Dodd, Stephen G., Fort Assinaboine. Mont. Ter. Argand burner 

Dodd, William E. (See Campbell, Hill, and Dodd.) 

Dodds, Alexander, Grand Rapids, Mich. Dovetailing-machine 

Dodds, Edwin. (See Ismay and Dodds.) 

Dorlge, Byron G., Lancaster, and T. Weaver, Harrishurg, Pa.; said Weaver assignor to 

said Dodge. Automatic cork blocking and finishing machine 

Dodge, Christopher G., Jr., assignor to himself, W. E. and F. A. Dodge, Baltimore, Md. 

Buns 



No. 



375,138 
365,056 
361,580 

372,746 

362,727 
362,728 
373,818 
357,069 
375,139 



358,257 
369,504 
356,456 
368,996 



Dodge, Frederick A., et al. (See Dodge, Christopher G., dr., assignor) 
Dodge, George. E. P. (See Olsen, Herman, assignor.) 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa. Conveying-machine 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Evvart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Chain-wheel 



Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Elevator-boat. 



Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Chain-wheel 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Conveyer-machine 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Chain- wheel 



Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 

111. Conveyer 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 

111. Chain cable 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 

111. Chain cable _ . .' 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company" Chicago, 

111. Conveyer 



Dodge. James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago" 
111. Chain-wheel 



(See Dodge and Philion, assignors.) 
(See McNeal, Charles, assignor.) 
(See McNeal, Charles M., assignor.) 
(See Philion, George, assignor.) 
(See Roy, Isidore V., assignor.) 



Dodge Manufacturing Company. 

Dodge Manufacturing Company. 

Dodge Manufacturing Company. 

Dodge Manufacturing Company. 

Dodge Manufacturing Company. , 

Dodge, Mortimer H., Cleveland, Ohio. Sea-quieting apparatus 

Dodge, Philip T. (See Gordon, James F., assignor.) 

Dodge, Wallace H., Mishawaka, Ind. Device for transmitting power 

Dodge. Wallace H., Mishawaka, Ind. Device for tiansmitting power 

Dodge, Wallace H, Mishawaka, Ind. Wooden pulley 

Dodge, Wallace H., and G. Philion, assignors to Dodge Manufacturing Company, Misha- 
waka, Ind. Lathe 



373,057 

302,729 
358,735 
356,306 

358,190 
365,298 

305,507 

302,612 
356,626 
374,118 
358,023 

367,966 
361,815 



363, r.a 

373,553 

360.668 
363.607 
366,208 
360,146 

361,677 

367,606 

364,635 
374,891 
358,387 

357,145 
355,513 
355,514 
358,258 
358,652 
358,771 
360,341 
361,865 
363,216 
365,171 
366,819 



362,255 

359,596 
359,597 
368,820 

359,853 



Date. 


Dec. 


20 


June 


21 


Apr. 


19 


Nov. 


8 


May 


10 


May 


10 


Nov. 


29 


Fell. 


1 


Dec. 


20 


Feb. 


22 


Sept. 


6 


JaD. 


25 


Aug. 


30 


Nov. 


15 


May 


10 


Mar. 


1 


Jan. 


18 


Feb. 


22 


June 21 



Monthly 
volume". 



May 10 
Jan. 25 
Nov. 29 
Feb. 22 

Aug. 9 
Apr. 26 

May 34 

Nov. 22 

Apr. 5 

May 24 

July 12 

Mar. 29 

Apr. 26 

Aug. 2 

June 14 
Dec. 13 
Feb. 22 

Feb. 1 
Jan. 4 
Jan. 4 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 29 
Apr. 26 
May 17 
June 21 
July 1 Q 



Ma'y 3 

Mar. 22 
Mar. 22 
Aug. 23 

Mar. 22 






Official 
Gazette. 



1415 369 
1242 ! 327 
437 



1693 
682 



(187 1 
J 188 $ 



187 

88 

256 



938 

939 
2324 i 623 

462 ! 123 
1417 369 



2190 

257 

1661 

2390 



577 

72 

435 

635 



1174 314 



940 

464 

1445 



256 
113 
379 



2109 557 
1590 : 414 



June 28 1909 



771 
1911 
2751 
1851 

923 
2040 

2.3C4 
194C 

391 
2180 

623 
2621 

1849 

304 



(490 
(497 
212 
501 
739 
490 

(249 
)250 
(530 
)531 



41 
39 
39 

41 

39 
39 
41 

38 
41 

38 

40 
38 
40 



41 

39 

38 
38 

38 
39 

I 39 

39 
38 
41 

38 

>40 

>39 



656 

941 

508 

1336 



014 39 
516 I 41 



99 

565 
170 
663 
(479 
(480 
103 



39 
39 
40 
38 

; 39 

'40 



002 162 39 1209 



1028 
2369 

599 

281 

282 

2192 

346 

511 

2896 

2122 

1626 

1410 

1470 



,'269 
1 270 

630 

154 

75 

75 

577 

83 

125 

738 

550 

427 

371 

392 



>41 

38 I 886 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
39 

39 : 793 

39 ! 1366 

40 j 294 



265 


74 


39 


1742 


443 


38 


1742 


443 


38 


2U| 


566 


40 


2135 


538 


38 



1254 
1255 

883 



1325 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



87 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dodge, "Walter E., Everett, assignor to National Tube "Works Company, Boston, Mass. 

In jector 

Dodge, Wilbur A. (See Heady and Dodge.) 

Dodge, Willard A., Allegau y Countv, N. Y. Seed-planter 

Dod«e, William C, Washington, D. C. Towel-rack 

Dodfo William E., etal. (See Dodge, Christopher G.. Jr., assignor.) 

Dodman, George S., Liverpool, county of Lancaster, England. Apparatus for raising 

sunken ships, <fcc - - --------. - - - - - - - - - - - - : 

Dodman, George S., Liverpool, county ot Lancaster, England. Apparatus for ventilating, 

ships' holds ' 

Dodson, Frank C. (See Dodson. Isaac, E. C, and J. E.) 

Dodson, Isaac, F. C, and J. E., Versailles, Ho. Twine and bag holder 

Dodson, Joseph E. (See Dodson, Isaac, F. C, and J. E.) 

Dodson, Wilson P., Philadelphia, Pa. Sash-fastener 

Dodson, WilsonP., Philadelphia, Pa. Egg-beater -,--■ 

Dodson, Wilson P., assignor of one-half to J. Little, Philadelphia, Pa. Attachment lor 

ironing-tables ,-••.-•, - - - - ■ 

Dodson, Wilson P., Philadelphia, assignor of one-half to A. H. Ege, Hechamesburg, Pa. 

Connecting-rod for railway-switches 

Doehring, Carl F. W., Leipsic, Germany. Flue-cleaner 

Doehring, Carl F. W., and C. G. Hoffman, Leipsic, Germany. Registering apparatus 

Doelfel, John P., New York, N. Y. Hashing apparatus 

Doelfel, John P., and J. C. G. Hiipfel, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for mashing 

Doelfel, John P., and F. Spiess, New York, X. Y. Roller-reducing mill 

Doering, J. H. (See Haslup. William, assignor.) 

Doeriug, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. System of electric gas-lighting 

Doggett, Horace E. (See Cooper and Doggett.) 

Doggett, Horace E., assignor of one-half to E. H. Cooper, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-motor 

Doggett, Lafavett J. (See Rundell and Doggett.) 

Doherty, Daniel E. (See Brown and Doherty.) 

Doherty, Patrick W., Boston, Hass. Ore-separator 



No. 



Date 



364,495 June 



360.765 
363,511 



357,657 
368,196 




Apr. 5 523 

Hay 24 i 2043 



Feb. 15 1340 
Aug. 16 1246 



356,752 Feb. 1 



17 



368,997 
375,274 

' 364,580 

365,369 
357,309 
361,078 
366,573 
368,076 
373,728 

375,414 

364,225 



367,095 



Aug. 30 ! 2391 

Dec. 20 1590 

June 7 ' 533 

June 28 j 1697 

Feb. 8 ; 826 

Apr. 26 ! 1851 

July 12 | 1123 



635 40 
417 41 



426 



912 
U71 



Aug. 9 
Nov. 22 

Dec. 27 

June 7 



1074 
2190 



1774 



36 



Doherty. Thomas S., Wilmington, Del. Ice-holder for refrigerators 

Dohm.'john, Aniboy, Hich. "Drag-saw - 

Dokey, David J., G. H., and E. "W., Lee, Hich. Engine 

Dokev, Emery W. (See Dokey, David J., G. H., and E. W. | 
Doke'v. George H. (See Dokey, David J., G. H., and E. W.) 

Dolan, Bernard A., Keokuk, lbwa. Copying-press 

Dolan, Edward J., assignor to W. Hacker, trustee, Philadelphia, Pa. Soldering-hopper . . . 

Dolan, Edward J., assignor to "W. Hacker, trustee, Philadelphia, Pa. Can-making ma-) 



356,753 
363,733 

306.079 



July 26 1842 } 

Feb. 1 18 

Hay 21 2366 

July 5 448 



373,769 

359,962 



Nov. 22 
Har. 22 



2248 
2301 



143 


39 


1188 


441 


39 


1434 


215 


38 


583 


480 


39 


370 


301 


40 


224 


286 


40 


663 


585 


41 


908 


405 


41 


1416 


12 


39 


1095 


(497 
4 498 


^40 


37! 


6 


38 


42t 


615 


39 


944 


121 


40 


84 


602 


41 


91.3 


579 


38 


1357 



chine . 



371,493 Oct. 11 1062 



Dolan, Edward J., assignor to W. Hacker, trustee, Philadelphia, Fa. Hachine for mak- 
ing tin cans... 

Dolan, Edward J., assignor to W. Hacker, trustee, Philadelphia, Pa. Can-assembling ma-. 



chine 



Dolan, JobuC, Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for feeding boiler compounds 

Dolan, Thomas, et al. (See Cocker, Peter, assignor.) 

Dolbear, AniosE., Somerville, assignor of one-half to F. H. Holmes, Boston, Hass. Elec- 
tric cable - 

Dole, William. (See Hinnich, Peter C, assignor.) 
Dolese, John, et al. (See Harchant, David, assignor.) 

Dolge, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Press for forming piano-forte hammers 

Dolge, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Hanufacturo of felt 

Dolge, Alfred, New York, N. Y. Piano-forte hammer 

Doll, Arnold, Cleveland, Ohio. Hachine for mixing soap and other substances 

Doll, John H. (See \arlot, Aaron J., assignor.) 

Dollens, Wood C, assignor of one-half to L. H. Martin, Dallas, Tex. Kitchen-cabinet 

Dolliver, Pillsbury ,C. Augusta, He. Grate for stoves and furnaces 

Dolph, Alexander H, Cincinnati, Ohio. Belt-shifting device 

Dolson, Hartin O., Wichita, Kans. Churn-dasher 

Dom, Alexander. (See Yeiser and Dom.) 

Dom, Alexander, Hount Healthy, Ohio. Book-holder -- 



371,494 
375.053 
361,679 



Oct. 11 1009 
Dec. 20 1267 



279 
(335 



41 213 



1311 



)336 
Apr. 26 1852 480 39 370 



I- 



373.394 Nov. 15 ; 1688 448 41 800 



Domalski, Oscar, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cocoanut-grater 

Domas, Dumas D., Rural, 111. Hay-stacker 

Domeier, Albeit, and O. C. Hagemann, London, England, assignors to said Domeier and J. 
Glatz, Brooklyn, N. Y. Recovering glycerine from soap-lyes , 

Domes, Joseph.' (SeeBiirklin, Victor, assignor.) 

Domestic Sewing Hachine Company. (See Hebert. Joseph R , assignor.) 

Domestic Sewing Hachine Company. (See Hack, William A., assignor. 

Donahue, Bernard C. (See Chapman and Donahue.) 

Donahue, Bernard C. Portland, He. Combined car head-rest and table 

Donahue, James H., S wanton, Vt. Buckle 

Donahue, James H., assignor of two-thirds to W. H. Blake, 2d, and E. T. Bradley, Swan- 
ton, Vt. Buckle - - 

Donahue, Thomas, assignor to Branford Lock Works, Branford, Conn. Cylinder-lock 

Donald, Frank, Gainesville, Tex. Hay pitching and stacking machine 

Donaldson, John, St. Louis, Ho. Tree-box - - 

Donaldson, John, Detroit, Mich., and G. A. Dallett, assignors to T. H.Dallett & Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa.. Apparatus for transmitting power 

Donaldson, John E., Montezuma, Ind. Chisel - 

Donaldson, John E., Montezuma, Ind. Roofing-tile 

Donaldson, John E., Montezuma, Ind. Weather-boarding 

Donaldson, John H., Gore, Ohio. Plow 

Donaldson, Richard A., et al. (See Hipperling, AYilliam, assignor.) 

Donavin, George B.. Delaware, Ohio. Knapsack-reservoir... 

Donelson, Charles H., Salt Lake City, Utah Ter. Rotary churn 

Doney, Alfred. (See Lane and Doney.) 

Donlon, Thomas H.. Vernon, N. Y. Adjustable axle-nut 

Donnelly, Alex. G., New York, N. Y. Type-writing machine 

Donnelly, Alexander G. , New York, N. Y. Type-writing machine 



361,144 
363,217 
364,496 
356,991 

363.372 
367,376 i 
372.523 
360,209 | 

359,245 



355,598 
369,324 

371,127 



Apr. 12 
Hay 17 
June 7 
Feb. 1 



Donnelly, Alexander G., New York, N. Y. Type-writing machine 



306,766 
363,992 

369,237 
375.540 
357.070 
361,351 

361,680 
361,145 
368,386 
368,387 
373,131 

357.272 
364,398 

356,710 
363,452 
365,370 

365,372 



Hay 


24J 


Aug. 


2 


Nov. 


1 


Har. 


29 



1085 

1627 

412 

345 

1830 

28 

3-14 

2711 



275 

427 

112 

92 

481 

7 
95 

685 



Har. 15 1183 

Jan. 4 
Sept. 6 



Oct. 



308 
309 

3:14 107 
22 6 



39 


206 


39 


793 


39 


1166 


38 


486 


39 


841 


40 


456 


41 


536 


33 


1438 


38 


1136 


38 


79 


40 


1039 



5C2 



41 



July 19 1400 375 
Hay 31 j 2745 t 712 

Aug. 30 i 2706 719 

Dec. 27 1943 508 

Feb. 1 463 123 

Apr. 19 1379 355 

Apr. 26 1854 481 

Apr. 12 1086 275 

Aug. 16 , 1503 402 

Aug. 16 1510 402 

Nov. 15 12^0 341 



111 



40 
39 

40 
41 

36 506 
39 272 



.282 
1020 



1004 
1449 



Feb. 8 
June 7 

Jan. 25 
Hay 2, 
June 28 

June 28 



I 

776 [ 202 

259 74 

| 

2013 t 523 

1947 510 

1699 ! 442 

1709 I J 12 } 



39 
39 
40 
40 

41 

38 



371 
206 
758 
756 
725 

574 



39 1133 



33 

39 
39 



407 

862 

1434 



1444 



39 ■ 1435 



88 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



Donnelly, Alexander G., New York, N. Y. Type- writing machine . . 

Donnelly Alexander G New York, N. Y, and A. E. Ayer, Boston, Mass.7VaYdA.Ve" 

signor to said Donnelly. Type- writing machine »■, s^uAje. 

Donnelly James L Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor of one-half to E. 6. Bayies! SheibyvYlie'iiv 

Device for preventing incrustation ' ' -"-J* 

Donner, Oscar W., Coosaw, S. C. Apparatus for" washing rock &c 

we'etcufter. 8 ?.''. . al ! d . J : W :_ Gat6S ' Vacaville ' Cal - Combined clod-crusher; harrow," and 
Donovan, Cornelius A., AbYlene' "Tex." " Vermin-ext'erminator'an'd" preparing" t'he'same 
Donovan, Cornelius J., Boston, Mass. Ladle for molten metal 8 
Donovan, Frank J. (See Smith, Daniel "W., assignor.) "" 

Donovan, Jeremiah, assignor of one-half to T. Cornman, Sr, Carlisle, Pa. Kailway-switch 
Donovan, John T. and W J Springfield, Mass. Toilet-paper fixture 

Donovan, Mathew, Toledo, Ohio. Opera or school chair 

Donovan, Michael J., San Erancisco, Cal. Metalliclath '" 

Donovan, Richard E., F. Hazlett, and J. Johnston, Dublin, Ireland." "Apparatus Yor blow' 

mg glass by means of compressed air Apparatus lor blow- 
Donovan, William J. (See Donovan, John T. and W J ) 

Doolan, Thomas, Chicago, 111. Animal-trap 

Dooley, Thomas, Toledo, Ohio. Incrustation preventive 

Dooley, Thomas B., Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments" to ~*rYt";™Vi"tY™ 

Cordage Machine Company, Por land^e.* Machine foSXngcoi^ and rope ' 
Doolmg, James, Boston, Mass. Piston water-meter P 

n^ ttle V 1 Ge . 0r f e ' a ? s . i S U0 1 r °f one-half to T. B. Doolittle, Bridgeport; Conn." "Machine" for 
and method of making double-pointed wire nails ' onmelor 

^SuS^toSS^^T^f^.^^-f^ 01 t0 BaC ° n & Harnsberger," Kansas" City," Mo. 

Doolittle, John H., Greystone, Conn. Making clasp-bodies' 

Doolittle, Thomas B. (See Doolittle; George,"assignor ) 

Dopp, Daniel E., Santa Rosa, Cal. Piano-action 

Doran, Bernard S., Johnstown. Pa. Railway track and rail 

Doremns, Willard D., Washington, D. C. Lock 

"Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 



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Gazette. 



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Doremus, Willard D, 
Doremus, Willard D. 
Doremus, Willard D 

Doremus, Willard D., Washin 



Combined latch and lock 

Lock 

Lock 



S^inXX: :' ™ gton : D - c - assignor t0 E - H - Hurd > **«**• 



Doriat, Josephine, New York, N. Y. Means for serving guests in restaurants 
tffi.?!^ t0 W - Wallace ' Briftfl Tenn 1 ! "safeT/attchment for 

Dorian, Peter S. (See Hitt." Ren'sVela'er, "assignor") 

Dorley, James A., Butler, N. J. Comb-graille 

Dorman, John E. W., Baltimore, Md. Printing-press 

Dormitzer, Anna New York N. Y. Ornamental step-ladder 

Dorm RufusH., Rochester, N. Y. Lock-hin^e " 

^ZlTf u n ' J ° h /? \' assi P° r o f one-half to L. G. Fay, Worcester," Mass 
Dorsey, Henry O., Newark, Ohio. Flour-bolt . •»»» 
Dorwart, Benjamin K., New York, N. Y. Controllable" delivery-mouth." 
Dorwart, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Pegging-jack 

^!^ er 'w-lf- am S-'^ ew I ork ' W - T - Window-cornice 

Doscher^ Williani C, New York, N. Y. Mantel-cabinet... 

up™e e ttingmeta?. en ". l and A - Gaibert ' St Amaud > France. " Machine for bendm' 

Dost, Theodor H. Baltimore,' Md." ' Dyeing bYush-stock" ..' ."."'.' . 

Dotson Mansfield H., Baltimore, Md. ofster-packa^e 

Sotv fer^ w P Pittsfie i <1 ^ ass v Hand ' 16 for chests " tru ^." & c : ;:;:;: ; 

lirtZ' ™.«' a C ° n n , aUt i 0bl ^ ■ Han '' «" We aud brak e for sleds 

-Doty, Wallace A., Columbus, Ohio. Bustle 

Doty, William B., assignor to G. Stiles and A. Moored Chiilicothe Ohio" "NiitWt 

chain day : Hen . ryH V. WasWngt0n ' D - °- ^^S°orto J.TjeZy:c oiu mbus?OhTo k DnvV 

Doubleday , William C.', "Lima," Ohio." ' Folding head-rest .'..'. ".""'."'.'."'.'. 

Doubrava, Stefan, Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary. Electric-arc light. ." ... 
Doud, James, Mackinac Island, Mich. Latch 

Doud, M. Eairchilds, Kansas City, Mo. Tablet-press "'."'."'.'.'. 

Dougan, Francis M., Seneca, Kans. Combined cultivator, planter, and harrow' 

Dougan, John B., et oj. (See Connor, Theodore M., assignor ) 

Dougherty, Edward B. (See Bryant George B. , assignor ) J 

Dougherty, Edward D. (See Dale, John HT, assignor?) 

Dougherty, Edward D., Philadelphia, Pa. Pulley for cable rail wa v* 

gjgg: | S; S« & 1=^^ ^ re a -— 

^lepo^^ 

Doughman, Jacob j., Maud's, Ohio. 



Doui^r^ 



Doughty, Frank E., New York, N. Y. Stitch-rinner 

Douglas Axe Manufacturing Company. (S'ee Bowers 'Vni^" w "„" "• , 

^&«^^ Chain- 

*a 8 c$» 

Douglas, Edward, assignor of one-half to J. Douglas, Cincinnati; Ohio; ' Eoidin'g square! ! ! 




UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



89 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



Douglas, George. (See Douglas, John and G.) 

Douglas, George W., San Francisco, Cal. Cable railway 

Douglas, Jarues, Jr. (See Hunt and Douglas.) 

Douglas, John. (See Douglas, Edward, assignor.) 

Douglas, John, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company of New Jer- 
sey. Cutting mechanism for button-hole sewing-machines 

Douglas, John and G., Cincinnati, Ohio. Flushing-tank for water-closets 

Douglas, Nathan S. (See Thomas, Douglas, Smith, and Twing.) 

Douglas, Euf us H., Oelwein, Iowa. Trunk-strap 

Douglass, Elias B., Cortland, Ind. Cow-milker 

Douirlass, Gavton A. (See Burnham, Sherburne W., assignor.) 

Douglass, William M. (See Matteson, Charles E., assignor.) 

DouTton,HenryL.,andW.P.Eix, London, England. Production of ornamentalpottery- ware. 

Doutney, George, Brooklyn, N. T. Reversible sample-envelope 

Dove, John S. and John S., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined collar and necktie 

Dove, Lionel, Montague Buildings, West Road, West Ham, county of Essex, England. 
Pole-crab 

Dover Stamping Company. (See Eoss, L. Bacon, assignor.) 

Dow, Edward E., assignor of one-half to D. O. Clark. Haverhill, Mass. Shoe-nail 

Dow, George B. N., assignorto C. H. Hutchinson and B. P. Cilley, Manchester, N. H. Screw. 

Dow, George E., Rochester, N. Y. Steam-engine 



No. 



367,137 



Date. 



July 26 



367,796 Aug. 9 
369,843 Sept, 13 



Dow, George E., San Francisco, Cal. Engine-governor 

Dow, Joseph H., assignor of one-half to W. Chisholni, Cleveland, Ohio. Rotary engine — 

Dow, Lorenzo, Boston, Mass. Mechanism for bending metal 

Dow, Riou D., Hartford, Conn. Broom-hanger 

Dowden, Ashford T., Prairie City, Iowa. Potato-harvesting machine 

Dowlin, Marshall R., North Adams, Mass. Halter-trimming 

Dowling, Patrick, et al. (See Sharood, William H., assignor.) 

Dowling, Thomas W., Detroit, Mich. Wash-board 

Downer, Aimer L., et al. (See Ferguson, George J., assignor.) 

Downer, William S., Coal Centre, assignor of two-thirds to J. Merrington and I. N. Finch, 

Pittsburg, Pa. Horse-detacher 

Dowries, Moses H., Maiden, assignor to Overman Wheel Company, Chicopee, and C. E. W. 

Woodward, Cambridge, Mass. Cyclometer 

Downes, Moses H., Maiden, assignor to Overman Wheel Company, Chicopee, and C. E. W. 

Woodward, Cambridge, Mass. Mechanical movement for cyclometers - 

Downes, Moses H., Maiden, assignor to Overman Wheel Company, Chicopee, and C. E. W. 

Woodward, Cambridge, Mass. Cyclometer 

Downey, Frank E., and J. M. Collier, Dudley, 111. Motor for operating pumps 

Downey, Julia A., Oberlin, Ohio. Toaster 

Downey, Silas. (See Dill and Downey.) 

Downie, John G.. Philadelphia, Pa. Compensating gear for road-engines 

Downie, Joseph S. (See Ford, Charles S., assignor.) 

Downie, Robert M., New Brighton, Pa. Road-engine 



Charles S., San Francisco, Cal. Railway switch and signal operating mechanism . 

Clinton D. (See Phelps and Drake.) 

Francis M., Waldo, Ohio. Machine for scouring wheat 



Downing, James L., and S. R. Ward, Richmond, 111. Thill-coupling 

Downing, William H., Goolell, Pa. Sucker-rod adjuster 

Downing, William H., Goodell, Pa. Door-check 

Downing, William W., and A. B. TJpham, Peoria, El. ; said TJpham assignor to said Down- 
ing. Reflector for electric lights 

Downs, George A. (See Johnson, William R., assignor.) 

Downs, Jesse. (See Lee and Downs.) 

Doyle, Frank. (See Baldwin, Doyle, and Thomas.) 

Doyle, Frank, andG. W. Carson ; said Doyle assignor to L. M.Thomas, Chicago, 111. Furnace. 

Doyle, James W., assignor of one-half to J. Willhite, Sheldon, Mo. Combined check-rower,^ 
grain-planter, and cultivator 5 

Doyle, John H., Chicago, 111. Sad-iron holder 

Drainage Construction Company. (See Cnntz, Friedrich, assignor.) 

Drainage Construction Company. (See Waring, George E., Jr., assignor.) 

Drake, Caroline, Avon, 111. Hospital-bedstead attachment 

Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 

Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 
Drake, 
Draper 
Draper, 

York, 
Draper, 

Tork, 
Draper, 
Draper, 
Draper 
Draper, 
Draper, 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 
Draper 



John E. (See McLaughlin, Patrick, assignor.) 

Millard N. and W. B., Hanover, Mich. Draft-equalizer 

N. Eugene. Ithaca, N. T. Holder for paper bags and goods 

Peter A., Shell Lake, Wis. Adjustable book-holder 

Samuel M., and C. Linder, Kansas City, Mo. Corn-planter- 

Thomas, Huddersfield, county of York, England. Carbureting apparatus 

Walter L., Hampton, N. H. Bedstead 

William B. (See Drake, Millard N. and W. B.) 

Alvin L., Ellsworth, Kans. Condensing duplex heater 

, Daniel, Hastinss-upon-Hudson, assignor to Draper Manufacturing Company, Newi 

N. Y. Recording-thermometer ; 

Daniel, Hastings-upon-Hudson, assignor to Draper Manufacturing Company, New 

N. Y. Recording-thermometer 

George, Hopedale, Mass. Spindle-support for spinning-machines 

Henry C, Oswego, Kans. Railway cross-tie 

Manufacturing Company. (See Draper. Daniel, assignor.) 
Oscar M. (See Herring, Henry M., assignor.) 

Richard E., Cooke's Point, Tex. Expansion double-shovel corn and cotton planter. 
& Sons, George. (See Carroll, William T.. assignor. - ) 

(See Cumnock, Walter W., assignor.) 
(See Fay, Rimmon C, assignor.) 
(See Hinchliffe, William, assignor.) 
(See Montague, Francis D., assignor.) 
(See Northrop, James H., assignor.) 
(See Sullivan, John, assignor.) 
(See Walker, Samuel S., assignor.) 

(See Davis, Albert A., assignor.) 
(See Jenks, Alvin F., assignor.) 



& Sons, George. 
& Sons, George. 
& Sons, George. 
& Sons, George. 
& Sons, George. 
<fe Sons, George. 
<fc Sons, George. 
& Sons, George, ei al. 
& Sons, George, et al. 



Tronsou. Petrolia, Ontario. Canada. Ball-turning lathe . 



356,528 
361,213 



366,310 
358,967 
357,071 

366,385 

371,524 
366,158 
358,435 

365,508 

360,766 

355,304 
365,802 
357,119 
356,627 

360,210 



362,881 

363,218 

363,735 

363,993 
369,634 
373,276 

374,663 

374,664 

358,150 
364,226 
366,159 

360,002 



368,460 
374,460 
372,064 

356,352 
370,531 

375,612 

359,065 
362,256 
368,388 
374,242 
370,936 
362,433 

367,706 
369,170 

369,171 
363,373 
359,854 



Jan. 25 
Apr. 12 



July 12 

Mar. 8 

Feb. 1 

July 12 

Dec. 6 

July 5 

Mar. 1 

June 28 

Apr. 5 

Jan. 4 

July 5 

Feb. 1 

Jan. 25 

Mar. 29 



May 10 

May 17 

May 24 

May 31 
Sept. 6 
Nov. 15 

Dec. 13 

Dec. 13 

Feb. 22 
June 7 
July 5 

Mar. 29 



Aug. 16 
Dec. 6 
Oct. 25 

Jan. 18 
Sept. 27 

Dec. 27 

Mar. 8 
May 3 
Aug. 16 
Dec. 6 
Oct. 4 
May 3 

Aug. 2 
Aug. 30 



Aug. 30 
May 24 
Mar. 22 



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volume. Gazette. 



358,436 Mar. 1 



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to 






CO 


513 


1897 


678 


184 


737 


196 


1759 


458 


1195 


303 


768 


207 


813 


205 


465 


124 


866 


232 


508 


132 


552 


149 


15 


5 


1911 


(497 
)498 


525 


(135 
i 136 


17 


5 


63 


18 


555 


144 


1912 


502 


2712 


685 



1150 

1629 

2368 

2746 

449 

1504 

708 

710 

2045 

38 

554 

2368 



1632 

418 

1914 

1513 
1770 

2054 

943 
266 
1512 
103 
295 
503 

524 
2623 

2625 
1831 
2137 



17 



363,994 May 31 2746 712 39 1021 



309 



615 

712 
125 
397 

' 186 

;i86 

' 187 

"538 

12 

149 

598 



436 
C 108 
i 109 

493 



397 
(472 
) 473 
(533 
\ 534 

240 
74 

403 
26 
72 

142 

144 
(696 
1697 



40 



Hi 
40 



38 
39 



40 
38 
38 

40 

11 
40 

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[39 

1 39 

3S 
40 
38 
38 

38 



39 

39 

39 

39 
40 
41 

41 

}41 

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39 

40 

38 



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41 



38 
J 40 

|41 

38 
89 
40 
41 

41 
39 

40 
] 40 



697 40 
482 39 
539 j 38 



38 






382 



58 , 
1183 



358 
226 



153 

1059 

508 

171 

1144 
104 
906 

1474 



5 

14 

524 

387 

1438 



694 

793 

944 

1021 

1120 

766 

1194 

1194 

824 

1095 

104 

1375 



779 

1125 

399 

305 

1389 

146T 

1083 
525 
756 

1066 

59 

572 

550 
988 

989 

841 

1326 

906 



90 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, ami invention. 




Draper, Tronson , Petrolia, Ontario, Canada. Ball- turning lathe 

Draper, William F., Hopedale, Mass. Spindle-support for spinning-machines- ........ 

Draper, William F., Hopedale, Mass. Bearing for spinning-spindles 

Draughon, James N, Many, La. Churn "" 

Draughon, James N., assignor of one-balf to L. Vandegaer, Many, La. Try-square 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberly's Mill, assignor to E. W. Chellis, Harrisburg, Pa. Magnetic; 
clock 

Drayer, Adam TJ., assignor to Wilson & McCallay, Middletown, Ohio. Combined tobacco 
wringer and spreader 

Dredge, Edgar, London, England. Cloth-cutting machine V...Y..... 

Dreher, Hiram J., Bloomingdale, N. J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Dreher Manu- 
facturing Company, of New York. Lubricating compound 

Dreher Manufacturing Company. (See Dreher, Hiram J., assignor.) 

Dresbach, Joseph. (See Smith and Dresbach.) 

Drescher, Luis, New York, N. Y. Galvanic cell 

Dresdner, Isidor, Brooklyn, N Y. Fur-plucking machine 

Dresser, Chester A., Southbridge, Mass. Saddle for the top rolls of spinning-machines 

Dressier, Charles E., New York, N. Y. School-desk moB -- 

Dreux, Alfred A., Angers, France, assignor to J. B. Laurencot, New York N. Y Eye- 
glass-frame ' 

Drew, John M., Washington, Tex. Cotton and cotton-see'd "press .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Drew, Oscar E., Newburyport, Mass. Sole and heel edge blacker for boots or shoes' 

Drew, Stephen C, Boston, Mass., assignor to American Telephone Improvement Company 
of Maine. Means for preventing induction on electrical conductors 

Drew, Walter J., assignor to Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company, Grand Rapids Mich Car- 
pet-sweeper 

Drew, Walter J., assignor to Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company, Grand Rapids! ^Mion. Car- 
pet-sweeper 

Drewry, Sarah A. , New York, N. Y. A bdominal supporter '.'. 

Dreyer, Richard, Long Island City, N. Y. Stopper and spout for oilcans 

Dreyfus, Henry, New York, N. Y. Initial stone 

Driggs, William H., assignor of one-half to S. Schroeder, Washington, DC." Breech-load- i 
ing ordnance , 

Drill, Charles, St. Louis, Mo. Street-sweeping machine 

Drinker, Charles M., Bloomsburg. Pa. Baggage-check 

Drinker, Charles M. and R. M., Bloomsburg, Pa. Seal -lock 

Drinker, Rodman M. (See Drinker, Charles M. and R. M.) 

Drinkhouse, Fredrick R., andE. Ziesche, San Francisco, Cal. Safety-lock for gas-burners 

Driver, Charles H. (See Thomas and Driver.) 

Drodzewski, Julius R., assignor of two-thirds to J. McCarter and J. M. Ormsbee Erie Pa 

Coupling for steam-pipes 

Droeger, Bernhard, Allegheny, Pa. Measuring apparatus for oil 

Droit, Albert, Paris, France. Calcining apparatus 

Droit, Albert, Paris, France, assignor to Societe Anonyme pour L'Etude'etYa' Creation do" 

Soudieres. Apparatus for the manufacture of soda by ammonia 
Dronsfield, Joseph, and H. Gilbody, Providence, R. I. Stop-motion for doubling and wind-' 

ing machines 

Drosten, Frederick W., St. Louis, Mo. Paper-cutter .'.'.".7.7.7. 

Drosteu, Frederick W., St. Louis, Mo. Paper-cutter 

Drown, Otis E. (See Sayles and Drown.) 

Drown, William A. (See Plumb, Hiram, assignor.) 

Drueck, William R.. assignor to N. Morris, Chicago, 111. Can-stuffing machine 

Druecker, John. (See Druecker, Joseph and J.) 

Druecker, Joseph, Port Washington, Wis., and J. Druecker, Chicago 111. Burning lime 

Drum, George M., Los Alamos, Cal. Potato-masher " 

Drumheller, Seran C, Sunbury, Pa. Roaster 

Drumheller, Seran C, Sunbury, Pa. Candle-lantern '.. 

Drummond. Frank A., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Water-gage for' steam-boiler's' ." 

DryDock, East Broadway and Battery Railway Company. (See Garey, Caleb E., as- 

Dryden, Horace W.. Mans6eld. Mass. Envelope 

Dryden, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Construction of buildino-'s' 

Dryden, William T., Argenta, Ark. Fare-box 

Dryer, John H. and W., South Cedar, Kans. Combined car and vehicle rail 

Dryer, William. (See Dryer, John H. and W.) 

Dryfoos & Co., L. (See Hildt, August, assignor.) 

Du Bois, Benjamin F., New York, N. Y. Umbrella or cane head 

Du Bois, John I^Marlborough. N. J. Apparatus for dropping fertilizer in rows .... 

Du Bose, Wade H., Leon Junction, Tex. Harness attachment. 

Du Erames Joseph, North Topeka, Kans. Combined tenoning and mortising machine ... 

Du Pont Alfred V. Louisville, Ky., assignor to Johnson Steel Street Rail Company, of 
Kentucky. Rail-chair or tie-plate 

Du Pont Alfred V. Louisville, Ky., assignor to Johnson" Steel" St'reet" Rail' Company," of 
Kentucky. Turn-table guide . 

Du Pont de Nemours & Co. (See Du Pont, Eugene," assignor ") 

Du Pont, Eugene, assignor to E. J. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington Del. Explo- 
sive compound *" ■ 

Du Shane, James. South Bend, Ind. Map-holder."..'.". 

Dube, Joseph. (See Dube, Louis, assignor.) 

Dube, Louis, assignor of one-half to J. Dube, Albany, N. Y. Car-brake 

Duhey, Edward A., assignor of one-fourth to J. Langan, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mail-box for' 
newspapers "... J ' 

Dubler, John B., Sr., Philadelphia, Pa. Lifting-jack 

Dubois, Belisaire, Bousignies, France. Constructing ornamental masonry columns 

Dubois, Louis E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Loom 

Duburn, Anthony M. (See Willits and Duburn ) 

Duby, Ambrose Chelsea, assignor to T. CMulloy, Boston. Mass. Surcingle 

s\ean^mirVa^'' Medford ' and J ' L ' E <*mester, Chelsea, Mass. Electric bell-coupler for' 



372,460 
362,944 
372,524 
356,105 
371,878 

367,898 



365,803 
368,758 

366,386 



369,505 
367,200 
355.981 
364,094 

358,191 
364.995 
363,051 

371,557 

369,047 

370,384 
363.812 
356,529 
359,717 

360,798 



365,374 

362, PS2 
371,255 



Date. 



Nov. 1 
May 17 
Nov. 1 
Jan. 18 
Oct. 18 

Aug. 9 



July 5 
Aug. 23 

July 12 



Sept. 6 
July 26 
Jan. 11 
May 31 

Feb. 22 

June 14 
May 17 

Oct. 18 

Aug. 30 

Sept. 27 
May 31 
Jan. 25 
Mar. 22 

Apr. 5 

June 28 

May 10 
Oct. 11 



372,789 Nov. 8 



363,3*4 
372.606 
370,326 

369,104 



366,465 
365,334 
366,939 



367,027 

358,437 
370,861 
363,813 
370,770 
368,197 



355,305 
372,461 
364,164 
370,802 



368,077 
356,224 
369,983 
366,822 



Ducker, William M., New York, N. Y. Portab'l'e" house 

Dudderar, Daniel W. , Taylorsville^ Md. Tongue for mowers' a'nd'reapers" 
Duden, Hermann, New York, N. Y. Lace clipping or cutting apparatus . 



369,279 
374,525 

363,887 
355,643 

371,930 

369,278 j 
356,193 
367,508 
367,028 



May 24 
Nov. 1 
Sept. 20 

Aug. 30 

July 12 
June 21 
July 19 



July 26 

Mar. 1 
Oct. 4 

May 31 
Oct. 4 
Aug. 16 



Jan. 4 
Nov. 1 
May 31 
Oct. 4 



Aug. 9 
Jan. 18 
Sept. 13 
July 19 

Aug. 30 

Dec. 6 



May 31 
Jan. 4 



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volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



to 



261 
1247 

346 
1172 
1640 

819 



64 

2051 

867 



259 

1980 

986 

2876 

2111 
1144 
1401 

1159 

2461 

1549 
2481 
1759 
1909 

562 

1715 

1151 
740 

761 



1833 

472 
1453 

2548 

956 
1611 
1624 



1737 

18 
165 

2482 

28 

1248 



18 

264 

2984 

166 



1075 

1327 

959 

1475 

2761 

509 



2578 
471 



Oct. 25 1714 



Aug. 30 
Jan. 18 
Aug. 2 
July 26 



2761 



72, 73 

331 

95 

310 

423 

(220 

( 22l 

19 
543 



72 
535 
259 
746 

557 
299 
370 

302 

653 

415 

644 

458 

484 

(146 

\ 147 

< 444 

i 445 

309 

190 

205 



482 
127 
390 

677 

261 
428 
435 



468 



44 

644 

7 

333 



6 
73 

775 
44 



287 
350 
253 
393 

737 

133 



126 






41 
39 
41 
38 
41 

>40 



40 
40 



40 



.40 
4-0 
38 
39 

38 
39 
39 

41 

40 

40 
39 

38 
38 

>39 

>39 

'39 
41 

41 






520 
718 
536 
240 
310 

616 



14 

867 

171 



1083 
399 
200 

1047 

830 

1308 
748 

244 

955 

1349 
972 
358 

1286 

106 

1436 

694 

153 

621 



39 842 
41 j 559 

40 13-23 

40 | 971 



40 
39 
40 



40 

38 
41 
39 

41 
40 



38 
41 
39 
41 



40 
38 
40 
40 



190 

1410 

324 



353 

900 

33 

972 

8 
704 



6 

520 

1067 

33 



663 

269 

1223 

294 



40 i 1015 

41 1144 



39 
38 



989 
93 



444 41 361 



737 



1QS5 i S 3:!9 
128D ! \ 340 
227 66 



1739 



( 468 
I 169 



367,707 Aug. 2 526 j 144 



366,654 
355,441 
364,581 
372,661 



July 19 
Jan. 4 
June 7 
Nov. 8 



1215 ,'i33 

1811 50,51 
533 | 143 
560 [ 153 



40 
1 38 

40 
| 40 

40 

40 
38 
39 
41 



1015 
260 
495 
353 

550 

253 

38 

1189 

585 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



91 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Dudgeon, Richard. (See Mecbem, Oliver H., assignor.) 

Dudgeon, Richard H., New York, N. Y. Hydraulic jack. (Reissue) 

Dudley, Charles B., Altoona, Pa. Carburetor for air or gas ... 

Dudley, Charles B., Altoona, Pa. Indicator for measuring the flow of liquids m conduits 

Dudley, Charles B. , Altoona, Pa. Carburetor 

Dudley, Charles C, assignor of one-half to W. M. Welch, Maquoketa, Iowa. Eraser 

Dudley', Cory W., New York, N. Y. Package-holder 

Dudley, George D. (See Sherwood and Dudley.) . 

Dudley James A., Delavan. Wis. Combined ladder-holder and scaffold-bracket 

Dudley', Mathew H. (See McWane and Dudley.) 

Dudley, Myrick, Lynn, Mass., assignor of two-thirds to I. B. Hill, Tamwortb, N. H 

way-switch - - 

Dudley, Plimmon H., New York, N. Y. Railway-spike 



Rail- 




Dudley, Plimmon H., New York, N. Y. Means for recording the conditions of and mark-) 
ing railway-tracks - ' 

Dudley Russell G., Newark, N. J. Combined step-ladder and chair 

Dudley, Warren R., Rock Creek, Ohio. Seeding attachment for grain-drills 

Dudley, William L., Covington, Ky., assignor to American Iridium Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. ' Depositing iridium and product of the same - 

Dudley, William W, Waltham, Mass. Tool for closing mainspring-barrels 

Dnfeu, Walter C, Chillicothe. Ohio. Towel or napkin holder 

Dufeu, Walter C, and 0. J. Fuchs, Chillicothe, OUio. Door-alarm 

Duff, A. M., et at (See Duff, John T., assignor.) 

Duff, John P., Murphysborough, 111. Nut-lock ----- 

Duff, John T., assignor to A. M. Duff, A. M. Negley, and H. G. Hugus, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Machine for rolling hollow ware - - - - - 

Duff, John T., assignor to A. M. Duff,. A. M. Negley, and H. G. Hugus, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rotary shears -- — -■ • - -■ 

Duff, John T., assignor to A. M. Duff, A. M. Negley, and H. G. Hugus, Pittsburg, Pa. Ma- 
chine for grinding and polishing the interior of hollow ware -- 

Duff, John T., assignor to A. M. Duff, A. M. Negley. and H. G. Hugus, Pittsburg, Pa. Ma- 
chine for grinding and polishing the external surfaces of hollow ware - 

Duffee, James W., and C. Weston, Washington Court-House, Ohio. Station-indicator 



Duffey, Hugh, and R. D. Woodford, Cortland, N. Y. Shifting sleigh-thill 

Duffield, James, Workington, county of Cumberland, England. Securing rails and chairs 

to metallic sleepers and the ends of rails to each other 

Duffy, Edward, Pawtucket, R. I. Plumb-level 

Duffy, Thomas H., Chicago, 111. Sewer-cleaner - 

Dufrane, John L.. Rockford, 111. Pmning-sheais - 

Dufresne, Peter. Springfield, Mass. Pipe-coupling for railway-cars 

Dugar, Delano n. , Cedartown, Ga. Steam-engine governor 

Dugar. Delano H., Cedartown, Ga. Connecting-rod 

Dugard, George W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Basting meat, fowl, &c 

Dugdale, Joseph T., St. Louis, Mo. Combined laundiy and cook stove 

Duggan, John. (See Hayes, Charles, assignor.) 

Duisberg, Carl, Elberfeld, Germany. Blue coloring-matter from tetrazodiphenyl 

Duisberg, Carl, Elberfeld, Germany. Red coloring-matter for dyeing by the action of 

tetrazo dyes with beta naphthylamine snlpho acid 

Dulany, John T., Belton, Tex. Cotton-packer .-.' ; 

Dumaiesq, Philip K. (See Litchfield, Isaac AY, assignor.) 

Dumas, Frank C, New York, N. Y. Spring-hinge 

Dumas, Prank C, New York, N. Y. Socket for fastening wire rope 

Dumas, George E. (See French, Heman R., assignor.) 

Tiumbeck. Gustav A., assignor of one-half to J. P. Gallagher, Erie, Pa. Swing 

Dumler, Andrew P. (See Mulvaney, John J., Jr., assignor.) 

Dunbar, Addison, Campbell. Tex. Hypodermic syringe 

Dunbar, Andy L. (See Wilkins, Alexander G., assignor.) 

Dunbar, Camillus, Glenwood, Mo. End-gage or siding-jack - 

Dunbar, Francis B. (See Dunbar, George W., G. H., and F. B.) (Reissue.) 
Dunbar, George H. (See Dunbar, George W., G. H., and F. B.) (Reissue.) 
Dunbar, George W., deceased, (J. F. Emerson, administrator, Wakefield, Mass.,) G. H. 

and F. B. Dunbar, New Orleans, La. ; said administrator assignor to said G. H. and F. 

B. Dunbar. Preserving shrimps in metal cans. (Reissue) 

Dunbar, John J. and H., Holloway, Gunnison, Colo. Bob-sled 



10,865 
308,137 
375,054 

375,055 

357,146 
368,138 

356,457 



374,827 
362,208 



367,708 



3-71,128 
369,506 

362,257 
357,584 
356,225 
366,655 

370.457 

358,438 

358,439 

369,326 

369,327 
365,736 
367,377 

364,227 
360,378 
356,754 
356,278 
371.558 
357,585 
372,843 
358,968 
370,249 



357,273 

357.274 
358,805 

371,308 
356,106 

372,256 

361.750 



Sept. 13 
Aug. 9 
Dec. 20 

Dec. 20 



Feb. 

Aug. 



Jan. 25 



Dec. 13 
May 3 



Monthly 
volume 



1036 ] 272 
1152 ; 306 
1288 | 336 

1290 (g» 



600 
1154 



16G2 



942 
207 



Aug. 2 527 



Oct. 
Sept. 



May 3 

Feb. 15 

Jan. 18 

July 19 

Sept. 27 

Mar. 1 

'Mar. 1 

Sept. 6 

Sept. 6 j 25 
June 28 2259 
Aug. 2 29 



504 
261 

207 
1231 
1328 
1247 

1657 

19 

21 

23 



June 7 
Mar. 29 
Feb. 1 
Jan. 18 
Oct. 18 
Feb. 15 
Nov. 8 
Mar. 8 
Sept. 20 



39 

2957 

19 

1402 

1160 

1231 

853 

814 

1347 



Feb. 8 ; 777 



Feb. 
Mar. 



360.088 Mar. 29 



Oct. 11 

Jan. 18 

Oct. 25 
Apr. 26 



10.848 
366,716 



778 
560 

813 
1173 

2206 

1948 

2516 



July 12 1225 
July 19 1334 



Dunbar, Junius H., Youngstown, Ohio. Nail-plate feeder 355,813 Jan. 11 

Dunbar, William E., Waxahachie, Tex. Wire-stretcher 

Duncan, Albert E., assignor of one-half to J. J. Reed, Lyons, Iowa. 



Weather-strip 

Duncan, Andrew J., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for shearing and bending sheet metal 

Duncan, Arthur T., Clinton, Mo. Glazier's diamond-tool 

Duncan, Emory F., Jasper, Mo. Rotating sulky-harrow 

Duncan, John H., Syracuse, N. Y. Manufacture of salt 

Duncan, John W., and C. L. Mills, Adrian, Mo. Cutting mechanism for harvesters 

Duncan, Sylvester F., Chicago, 111. Stay-piece and guard for wire fences 

Duncan, Sylvester F., assignor to Wire Fence Improvement Company, Chicago, 111. 
Clamping device 

Duncan, Sylvester F., assignor to Wire Fence Improvement Company, Chicago, 111. Stay 
piece or guard for wire fences 

Duncan, William D., Boston. Mass. Safety jacket or hood for vessels : 

Duncan, William F., et at. (See Fullerton, George A., assignor.) 

Dunckhorst, Johann W., Davenport, Iowa. Washing-machine 

Dunderdale, Ernest N. (See Wood and Dunderdale.) 

Dundore, Nathan T., H. H. Sechrist, and I. M. Brubaker, Dundore, Pa. Car-coupling . . . 

Dungan, Charles B. (See Goewey, George, assignor.) 

Dunham, Charles L., Railway, N. J., and G. N. Hoffman, New York, N. Y. Retouching- 
table 



716 



July 26 2099 
June 28 ; 1793 



367.276 
365,434 

357,187 Feb. 8 ; 663 



1242 
1047 



365 057 
356.032 

368.881 
358.388 



June 21 
Jan. 11 
Aug. 23 2216 
Feb. 22 2369 



154 
306 



435 



246 
61 
f 144 
| 145 
J 146 
1147 
I 148 
[149 

143 
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40 
41 

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38 
40 

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39 



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1237 

678 

1312 

1312 

531 

678 

340 



1240 
513 



>40 i 551 



324 
351 

333 



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39 
38 

38 
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6,7 ! 38 



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40 



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6 
370 
303 
324 
228 
206 
360 



356,711 Jan. 25 2014 



373,770 Nov. 22 2250 



140 

208 
310 

565 

507 
640 



327 

357 

(187 

I 188 

U89 

567 

468 

(171 

I 172 

327 

275 

583 

630 

(528 

I 529 

603 



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38 
38 
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38 
41 
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40 

38 

38 
38 

41 

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41 
39 

38 



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40 



110 

1083 

525 
670 
269 
253 

i 
1369 

906 

007 

1039 

1040 

1539 

456 

1096 

1482 

427 

283 

244 

670 

637 

1059 

1303 

574 

574 
1008 

167 
240 

454 

386 

1403 



242 
269 



> 38 143 



40 
39 



421 
1451 



38 553 



39 
38 
40 
38 



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212 

900 

886 



> 38 407 



374.401 Dec. 6 419 109 

373,133 Nov. 15 1282 341 

368,521 Aug. 16 1713 457 

359,963 Mar. 22 2302 579 



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41 

4L 



40 
38 



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1126 
726 



794 
1357 



356,577 Jan. 25 1833 ' 480 ! 38 372 



92 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



Dunham & Co., Smith. (See Dunham, Edward H., assignor.) 

Dunham, Edward H., assignor to S. Dunham & Co., Providence, R. I. Ornamental chain. 

Dunham, EllaB., administratrix. (See Dunham, Henry.) 

Dunham, George B., Lynn, Mass. Feather-edging and channeling tool 




Date. 



Monthly | Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Dunham, Henry, deceased, Abington, E. B. Dunham administratrix and assignor to H. S. 

Jenkins, trustee, Boston, Mass. Boot or shoe nailing machine 

Dunham, Henry, deceased, Abington, E. B. Dunham administratrix and assignor to H. S. 

Jenkins, trustee. Boston, Mass. Machine for making screw-nails 

Dunham, Joseph W., et al. (See Fusinger, George W., assignor.) 

Dunham, Joseph W., Englewood, F. P. and G. W. Kisinger, Danville, 111. Dumping- wagon 

Dunham, Mary J. (See Andersson, Carl B., assignor.) 

Dunham, Thomas H, Boston, Mass. Insulating and protecting electric cables 

Dunham, Thomas M., Ocean Grove, N. J., and E. S. Burnham, Buffalo, N. T. Inhaler 

Dunham, Warren, Igo, Cal. Balanced pulley for cable railways 

Dunham, "Warren, Igo, Cal. Depression-pulle3' 

Dunham, Warren, Igo, Cal. Cable-grip 

Dunham, Warren, Igo, Cal. Cable-railway channel 

Dunkin, James, Bridgeport, W. Va. Horse-rake 



Ml 

P 

143 



364,582 ! June 7 ] 535 

375,345 ! Deo, 27 

356,107 Jan. 18 

357,166 Feb. 1 i 628 j 162 



1(588 |{ 444 
1173 I 311 



rr 


M 


> 


P- 


39 


1189 


>41 


1398 


38 


241= 


38 


537 



360,799 ; Apr. 5 



I 



566 



|l4S | 



39 106 



360,507 j 

361,402 

362,258 

364,400 

364,709 

375,480 

359,534 



A pr. 5 
Apr. 19 
May 3 
June 7 
June 14 
Dec. 27 
Mar. 15 



Dunkle, William, Linden, Ind. Corn-planter 

Dunklee, E. Lanson, Wyalusing, Pa. Thill-coupling .' 

Dunklee, E. Lanson, Wyalusing, Pa. Furniture-pad 

Dunlap, John S., Peoria, 111. Store-stool 

Dunlap, John S., Peoria, 111. Counter 

Dunlap, William R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Grain separator and cleaner 

Dunlap, Wilson W., Oskaloosa, Iowa. Electric belt 

Dunlop, Allan, Lyons, and A. Baley, Dorrance, Kans. Washing-machine 

Dunn, Alfred M., Pleasant Hill, Mo. Churn 

Dunn, Denis, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to G. Crompton, deceased, (M. C. Crompton ad- 
ministratrix, ) Worcester, Mass. Weft stop mechanism for looms 

Dunn, Francis W., Lisbon, Wis. Land-marker 

Dunn, George, assignor of one-half to T. A. Boyne, Lee, Mass. Leader for paper-calender 
rolls 



Dunn, Henry et al. (See La Lone, Donald E., assignor.) 

Dunn, Jame's B., New Orleans, La. Furnace for burning bagasse 

Dunn, James H., Quinnimont, W. Ta. Car-coupling 

Dunn, James M., Kingsville, Mo. Gag-bit 

Dunn, James W., New Bloomfield, Mo. Folding feed-rack 

Dunn, John B. (See Gilchrist and Dunn.) 

Dunn, John M., and W. E. Sidnell, Norwalk, Ohio. Feed- water heater 

Dunn, Leonard F., Community, N. Y. Manufacture of table-cutlery 

Dunn, Patrick, Auburn , N. T. Nut-lock 

Dunn, Rufus P., Grand Crossing, assignor to G. L. Thompson, Chicago, 111. Curling-iron 

Dunn, Ward C, Chicago, HI. Car-heater 

Dunn, Ward C, Chicago, 111. Car-heater 

Dunn, William, assignor of two-thirds to D. B. Ruffner and G. S. Bolton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Machine for making nut-fasteners 

Dunn, William W., Fort Worth, Tex. Refrigerator 

Dunn, William W., Peoria, HI. Check-row wire 

Dunn, Winfleld S., Washington, D. C. Carriage-curtain fastener 

Dunnell, Julia. (See Werkheiser, Monroe, assignor.) 
Dunnigan, Catharine. (See Dunnigan, JohnE., assignor.) 

Dunnigan, John E., assignor to C. Dunnigan, Cleveland, Ohio. Grease-cup 

Dunnigan, John E., assignor to C. Dunnigan, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil-cup 

Dunning, Henry, Wellington, Ontario, Canada. Wagon-tongue tip 

Dunning, James A. (See Dunning, Willie J. and J. A.) 

Dunning, James A., Aulander, N. C. Horseshoe 

Dunning, James A., Aulander, N. C. Fender for vehicle-wheels 

Dunning, James A., Aulander, N. C. Metallic railway -tie ' 

Dunning, W. B. (See Coyle, Andrew M., assignor.) 

Dunning, William B., Geneva, N. T. Grate 

Dunning, Willie J. and J. A., Aulander, N. C. Ax 

Dunphe, John A., et al. (See Jordan, Sidney L., assignor.) 

Dunshee, Carlos E., Chicago, El. Lumber-piler 

Dunstan, James, Central Mine, Mich. Safety-catch 

Dunstedter, Jacob, Edwardsville. 111. Wheel 

Dunt-on, Delmer H, et al. (See Holcomb, Henry W., assignor.) 
Dunton, Eugene, et al. (See Holcomb, Henry W., assignor.) 

Dupaul, Joseph M., assignor to American Optical Company, Sonthbrldge, Mass. Specta- 
cle-bridge 

Duplessis', Elouild, Lake Weedon, Quebec, Canada. Car-mover 

Duplex Printing Press Company. (See Cox, Joseph L., assignor.) 
Duplex Shoe Trimmer Company. (See Trask, Charles H., assignor.) 

Dupont, Benjamin E., Lexington, Ky. Lubricator 

Dupuy, John, San Francisco, Cal. Whirligig 

Duquesne, Adrien, Paris, France. Loom 



369,507 
359,011 
363,995 
358,024 
358,025 
374,947 
363,886 ! 
360.003 ! 
367,797 ! 

364,163 ! 
359,922 



May 31 
Mar. 22 



256 

1452 

268 

263 

! 706 

1865 

1612 

| 1641 

262 

876 

2748 

1852 

| 1853 

1142 

2577 

: 2369 

! 680 

2982 
2236 



64 
375 

75 

74 

1*9 

487 

413 

(423 

)424 

73 

223 

713 

490 

490 

299 

670 

598 

184 

775 
562 



39 
39 
39 
39 
39 
41 
38 



50 
285 
525 
1139 
1230 
1433 
1215 



>41 341 



40 
38 
39 
38 
38 
41 
39 
38 
40 

39 

38 



1084 
1070 
1021 

789 

790 
1285 

989 
1375 

587 

1067 
1344 



364,710 j Juno 14 , 711 ; 189 39 1231 



364,228 
365,172 
355,442 i 
364,229 ! 

361,054 

361,620 ; 

363,052 
361,682 
359.206 
365,977 

356.279 



357,953 

375,275 
358,389 



June 7 
June 21 
Jan. 4 
June 7 

Apr. 12 

| Apr. 19 

i May 17 

! Apr. 26 

i Mar. 8 

i July 5 

Jan. 18 

Feb. 15 

Dec. 20 

Feb. 22 



40 13,14 



1411 

193 

42 



372 
52 
14 



39 
39 
38 
39 



950 I 240 39 



1096 

1366 

39 

1096 

181 



1755 


(454 
i 455 


^39 


343 


1402 


371 


39 


749 


1857 


481 


39 


371 


1122 


292 


38 


1117 


313 


83 


40 


59 



I 



360,379 
373,059 
371,880 

363,996 
368,912 
372,525 

370,458 
356,060 

363,287 

369,399 
375.056 



Mar. 29 
Nov. 15 
Oct. 18 

May 31 
Aug. 23 

Nov. 1 

Sept. 27 
Jan. 11 

May 17 

Sept. 6 
Dec. 20 



1403 
1751 
1591 
2370 



2959 
1176 
1642 



370 
457 
417 
630 



751 
315 

424 



2749 713 
2268 603 

347 ■■ 96 



1658 
1088 



442 
286 



1715 J 44U 
1710 , \ 450 

123 36 

1292 337 



362,613 
363,124 



368.759 
363,375 

366,940 



Mav 10 
May 17 

Aug. 23 
May 24 

July 19 

Nov. 1 



772 
1503 



213 
398 



544 
482 



Durand, Albert A., New York, N. T. Cow-milker 372,406 

Durand & Huguenin, L. (See Annaheim, Joseph, assignor.) 

Durant, Edward G., Racine, Wis. Seat for churches 365.464 June 28 

Durant, Edward G., A. D. Linn, and A. Shupe, Racine, Wis., assignors to T. Kane, Chicago, 

111., and Racine Hardware Manufacturing Company, Racine, Wis. Steam-boiler I 365.173 June 21 

Durfee, Bradford K., et al. (See Hartley, Charles J., assignor.) 

Durfee, Elisha B., Lincoln, Nebr. Rail-scraper and snow-plow , 304.230 June 7 

Durfee, Walter H. (See Harrington, John, assignor.) 

Durgin, Albion L., Biddeford, Me., assignor to T. C. Entwistle <fc Co. Bolster for fly- I 

frames 356,194 Jan. 18 

Durgin, Henry J., Rochester, N. T. Extension-table ' 361,271 Apr. 19 

Durieu, Arthur, New Orleans, La. Portable switch-table and car-replacer 362,259 | May 3 



2053 
1834 

1625 \m 

180 51 

1842 179 

1413 372 

43 14 



1286 340 

1"74 £ 326 
W * }327 

269 , 75 



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41 
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41 
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40 
41 

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41 



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39 

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39 
39 

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284 

765 

1372 

886 



1483 
706 
341 

1021 
909 
536 

1369 
219 

810 

1055 
1312 



624 
769 



867 
842 

324 

504 

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1096 

261 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



93 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dm kee, George B. (See Post and Durkec.) 

Durkee, George B., Chicago, 111. Guitar-bridge 

Durkee George B., Chicago, 111., assignor to Lyon & Healy. Mandolin... 

Durkee George B., assignor to Lyon & Healy, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for forming violm- 



case covers , i,V""ii ;.""! i 'i ;•" 

Durkee George B., assignor to Lyon & Healy. Chicago. 111. Manufacture of mandolins. . - 
Dnrkin,' Michael T., assignor to liimself and J. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for forni-^ 

ing sheet metal ' 

Durling, Jacob C, Marine City, Mich. Wire hoop ........... 

Durnford, Charles D., Edinburg. county of Mid-Lothian, Scotland. Photographic shulter. 

Durnil, Cecil M.. assignor to J.'R. Deatherage, Fayette, Mo. Buslle 

Duross. Patrick F., Long Island City, N. T. Car-coupling 



Durst, Murray H., Wheatland, Cal. Thill-coupling. . . 

Durvin, James A., assignor of one-half to J. W. C. Bryant, Clifton 



i Forge, Va. Frog 

DuiTca, Charles E., SCLouis, Mo. Bicycle "... 

Duryea, Charles E., Washington, D. C, assignor of one-half to H. G. Rouse, Peoria. 111. 

y° plopiriGClp ......... ............ ......._.........--.--.--------- — .....--. 

Dusenbury, PhiHpS.V assignor of one-half to G. A. Masters, Sedalia, Mo. File holder and 



rack . 



Dutch, William, San Francisco, Cal. Headlight 

Dutcher, J. A., et al. (See Zinimerling, August F., assignor.) 
Dutcher, P. E., et al. (See Zinimerling, August F., assignor.) 

Dntemple, William R., Providence, R. I. Cyclometer 

Dutton, George N., Penacook, N. H. Cuff-fastener - 

Dutton, Joseph B., Detroit, Mich. Grain-meter :......... 

Dutton, JosephB., assiguorto J. B. DuttonManufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Gram- 



meter . 



Dutton Manufacturing Company, J. B. (See Dutton, Joseph B., assignor.) 

Dutton, Rufus, Tonkers, assignor to Mower Knife Grinder Company, New York, N. Y. 

Machine for grinding mower-knives 

Duval, Martin L. E., Paris, France. Diffusing apparatus 

Duval, Martin L. E., assignor to Societe Anonyme Dite Compagnie de Fives-Lille, Paris, 

France. Mechanical device for shutting the doors of diffusing apparatus 

Duvall, Anthony F., assignor to Perkins, Campbell & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Gig-saddletree. 
Duvall, Anthony F-, assignor to Perkins, Campbell & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Hame-clip. . . 
Duvall, Anthony F., Ann Arbor, Mich., assignor to Graf, Morsback & Co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Harness-saddle tree - 

Duvall, William T., assignor of one-half to H. W. Blount, Washington, D. C. Brick-ma-? 

chine 5 

Duwelius. Augustus L., Cincinnati. Ohio. Electrical conductor for railway-trains 

Duxburv. John W. (See Rowell, Horace N, assignor.) 

Duzan, Thomas H., Palestine, Tex. Dust-guard for car- windows 

Dwelle, Albert, St. Louis, Mo. Shaft-straightening machine 

Dwelle, Charles W., Denver, Colo. Elevator 

Dwelle, Charles W., assignor of one-half to R. E. Watson and R. B. Stapp, Denver, Colo. 

Three-way valve 

Dwelle, Charles W., and R. B. Stapp, assignors to Stapp Gas Light and Heat Company, 

Denver. Colo. Water-gas furnace 

Dwellev. Lucius H., Foxcroft, Me. Combined hav rake and loader 

D wight, Justus L., assignor of one-half to T. N. Kibbe, Tribe's Hill, N. Y. Car-replacer . . 

Dwight, William M., Detroit, Mich. Guide for planing and matching machines 

Dwyer, John. (See Bayne and Dsv.\ er.) 

Dwyer, John, East Pembroke, N. Y. Horseshoe-vise attachment for anvils 

Dyer, Carlos, Lebanon, N. H. Sliding door -.- 

Dyer, Henry C. S., Westhope, county of Shropshire, England. Manufacture of compound; 

armor-plates S 

Dyer, Isaac T., Chicago, 111. Automatic apparatus for extinguishing fires in cars and other 

places - 

Dyer, Lucius, Millbridge, Me. Anti-fi ictional leader for the sheets of sails 

Dyer, Richard N, East Orange. N. J. Electric meter 

Dyer, Samuel. (See Whiteley, Bayley, and Dyer.) 

Dyer, Samuel. (See Whiteley, Bayley, and Dyer.) (Reissue.) 

Dyer. William H., et al. (See Hanson, Freeman, assignor.) 

Dyer, William H., assignor to J. A. Ross. Washington, D. C. Machine for turning balusters. 

Dykes, Thomas. (See Stoffert and Dykes.) 

Dyott, Charles G., assignor to Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lamp or lantern 

Dyrenforth, Robert G. (See Hite, Cornelius B., assignor.) 

Eagle, Alburtis, Northampton, Pa. Journal-box and lubricator 

Eagle Lock Company. (See Perkins, Elihu L., assignor.) 
Eagle Machine Company. (See Joss, George N, assignor.) 
Eagle Pencil Company. (See Adams, George B., assignor.) 

(See Blakeslee, Edward C, assignor.) 
(See Boman, Claes W., assignor.) 
(See Cornwall. George, assignor.) 
(See Fischer, Frederick J., assignor.) 
(See Ingram, William G., assignor.) 
Eagleston, Joseph" assignor of one-half to J. S. McKinley, Orient, Ohio. Harvester-reel . . . 
Eames. Fannie Y. (See Eames, Gardner T., assignor.) 

Eanies, Gardner T., assignor to F. Y. Eames, Chicago, 111. Pulley 

Eames Yacuuni Brake Company. (See Massey, Albert P., assignor.) 
Earhart, George W. (See Sliplier and Earhart.) 

Earl, Spencer D., Philadelphia, Pa. Shaking-grate 

Earle, Frank M. (See Crook, Charles, assignor.) 

Earle, Harry L., Minneapolis, Minn. Automatic grain-scale 

Earle, Harry L., Minneapolis, Minn.. H. F. Snedigar and J. A.Pement, Iroquois, Dak. Ter.; 

said Pement assignor to said Earle and Snedigar. Steam-boiler 

Earle, William P., trustee. (See Wardwell, Simon W., Jr., assignor.) 

Earley, Edward S., Philadelphia. Pa. Burial-casket 

East Hampton Bell Company. (See Goff, George W., assignor.) 

East, William S., Lima, Ohio. Railway-crossing 

Easterling. Caleb, Friendswood, Ind. Broadcast seeding-machine 

Eastman, Andrew M., Milford, and J. R. Thomas, Boston, Mass., assignors to S. A.Woods 
Machine Company, of Massachusetts. Cutting-off saw 



Date. 



Mar. 
Aug. 



16 



No. 



358,847 
368,461 

370,731 
370,732 

357,765 

356,578 
375,671 
371,742 
358,110 
367,745 
375,613 
364,231 

357,819 

359,560 
364,401 



362,883 
375,672 
367,096 

367,097 



359,964 

369,844 

369,845 
367,277 
369,635 

368,913 

373,134 

! 366,209 

I 363,125 
366,466 
360,800 

I 373,819 

361,996 
367,278 
367,967 
363,322 

362,614 
359,965 

371,129 I Oct. 4 

I 

375,314 j Dec. 20 

375,696 ! Dec. 27 

371,559 i Oct. 18 



371,130 Oct. 4 

374,144 ; Nov. 29 
365,246 I June 21 



Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 

Feb. 15 

Jan. 25 
Dec. 27 
Oct. 18 
Feb. 22 
Aug. 2 
Dec. 27 
June 7 

Feb. 15 

Mar. 15 
June 7 



May 10 

Dec. 27 

July 26 

July 26 



Mar. 22 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 13 
July 26 
Sept. 6 

Aug. 23 
Nov. 15 
July 12 

May 17 
July 12 
Apr. 5 

Nov. 29 

Apr. 26 

July 26 
Aug. 9 
May 17 

May 10 
Mar. 22 



Eagle Pencil Company. 
Eagle Pencil Company. 
Eagle Pencil Company. 
Eagle Pencil Company. 
Eagle Pencil Company. 



359,855 Mar. 22 

I 

375.415 j Dec. 27 

362,499 May 10 



| 369,698 
369,697 



Sept. 13 
Sept, 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



t/3 



a > £ 



638 158 i 33 1027 
1633 436 40 770 



2077 
2079 

1511 

1834 
2142 
1431 

1984 

594 

2057 

46 

1575 

1659 

264 ! 



1153 
2143 
1845 



551 

552 

C393 

1 394 

480 
557 
370 
524 
161 
534 
14 



40 , 1446 
40 ; 1446 



[38 

38 
41 
41 



720 

372 

1484 

300 



38 I 813 

40 563 

41 1468 

39 1097 



410 38 



423 
75 



309 
557 
498 



38 
39 



732 



1223 
1139 



39 695 
41 . 1484 



40 



373 



1846 498 40 ( 373 



2305 
738 



(579 1 

{ 580 . > 38 1357 
(581 ) 
197 40 : 1183 



739 197 40 1183 

2100 567 40 421 

451 ! 126 ! 40 1121 



2268 

1284 

624 

1503 
958 
567 

2325 



633 



< 341 ' ( 

5 342 S 



171 



40 

41 

40 



909 
726 
126 



398 i 39 769 
261 . 40 191 
148 ! 39 : 107 



623 



41 ! 941 



2318 I 605 ! 39 453 

2101 I 567 i 40 ! 421 

925 j 250 I 40 : 635 

1765 i 463 : 39 819 



773 
2310 

565 



213 : 39 624 
581 38 1358 

{iS h »» 



1644 431 : 41 1382 
2179 567 : 41 1491 
1162 303 41 245 



565 \ 144 41 112 



2784 



748 , 41 1030 



1519 396 39 , 1386 



2138 
1778 

608 

534 

532 

1100 

1404 
1402 



361,147 Apr. 12 

357,704 Feb. 15 

363,053 May 17 

1 371.676 Oct, 18 1326 343 41 278 



539 


33 


1326 


465 


41 


1416 


172 


39 


595 


148 


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147 


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279 


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209 


369 
371 


38 
39 


701 
749 



94 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company. 
Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company. 
Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company. 
Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company. 
Eastman, Franklin P., New York, N. Y. 



(See Eastman, Georee. assignor.) 
(See Eastman and Walker, assignors.) 
(See Stoddard, Isaac H., assignor.) 
(See Walker and Eastman, assignors.) 

Combined deck and dumping-scow 

Eastman, Fred B., assignor to S. W. Bates, B. F. Wright, Waterville, and W. F. Lunt, 

Porlland, Me. Water -feeding device for boilers 

Eastman, George. (See Walker and Eastman.) 

Eastman, George, assignor to Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company, Rochester, IT. T. 

Apparatus for coating photographic papers 

Eastman, George, and W. H. Walker, assignors to Eastman Dry Plate and Film Company,, 

Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for manufacturing sensitive photographic films ' 

Eastman, Rufus M., Boston, assignor of one-half to F. M. TJpham, Somerville, Mass. Shoul- 
der-pad for garments 

Eastman, WilliamjL, assignor to F. R. Butterfield, Concord, A. J. Lane, and A. Elliott, 

Mechanical telephone 

assignor to F. R. Butterfield, Concord, A. J. Lane, and A. Elliott, 

Acoustic-telephone exchange 

Concord, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eureka Telephone 
N. H. Mechanical-telephone exchange. 




Manchester, N. H 

Eastman, William H 
Manchester, N. H. 

Eastman, William H 
Company, Nashua, 

Eastman, William H., and D. J. Adams, Concord, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eu- 
reka Telephone Company, Nashua, N. H. Mechanical telephone 

Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric generator 

Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. Fusible connection for armatures of electric gener- 
ators 



Electric motor 

Self-exciting alternate-current electric generator. .. 
Safety contact-brush for dynamo-electric machines.. 

Dynamo-electric machine 

Method of and apparatus for detecting short cir- 



Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. 
Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. 
Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. 
Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. 
Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. 
cuits in dynamo-electric machines . 

Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. Commutator-connection for dynamo-electric machines. 

Easton, James W., New York, N. Y. Tension device for winding electro-magnets 

Easton, Lucian F., LaCrosse, Wis. Electric temperature-regulator 

Easton, William H, Denver, Colo. Pillow-sham holder 

Eaton, AlpheusR, Brownfield, Me. Holdback _ .... 

Eaton, Benjamin D., Johnstown, N. Y. Frnit-picker .... 

Eaton, Cole & Burnham Company. (See Strong, John W., assignor.) 

Eaton, David, Rochester, Vt. Ladder-hook 

Eaton, George O., Gardiner, Mont. Ter. Finger-nail cleaner " ...*.]....... 

Eaton, Hugh F. (See Elliott, A. Dayton, assignor.) 

Eayvs, John E., Washington, D. C. 'Scarf-holder 

Eberbardt, Henry E. (See Eberhardt, Ulrich and H. E.) 

Eberhardt, Theophilus C, Cuero, Tex. Addressing-machine 

Eberhardt, "Ulrich, Newark, N. J. Barrel- washing machine 

Eberhardt, TJlrich and H. E., Newark, N. J. Barrel-cleaning machine 

Eberhart, Adolphus. (See Beiger and Eberhart.) 

Eberhart, Adolphus, Mishawaka, Ind. Stretcher for felt or fabric boots, &c 

Eberhart, Albert G., Toledo, Iowa. Track-clearer 

Eberhart, John G., Bippns, Ind. Harrow .... . 

Eberman, Albert S., Baltimore, Md. Injector ""*!"'""" 

Eberman, Albert S., Baltimore, Md. Injector 

Ebert, Charles W., Rosemond, 111. Straw or hay stacker ... 

Ebneter, Johann J., Adlerberg, St. Gall, Switzerland, assignor to C. A. Gouzenbach, New? 

York, N. Y. Fabric-holding frame for embroidering-niachines < 

Eby, Christie, Eagle River, Wis. Adjustable supporting-bracket for weather-boards 

Eby, Frank C. (See Kiefer and Eby.) 

Ecaubert. Frederic, Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of rings for watch-case centers 

Eccles, William M., assignor of one-half to A. S. Bridgess, St. Louis, Mo. Tobacco-pipe 
Eccleston, William H,, and L. E. Sibley, Southbridge, Mass. Nose-guard for spectacles. .. 
Eck, Martin, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Hand typographic apparatus 

Ecker, John W., Oakland, Cal. Relief picture and frame ... 

Ecker, William, Newark, N. J. Wind-wheel 

Eckerson, Charles W., Creston, Iowa. Furnace-grate '. '.'.'.'.'.'.'..".'.'. 

Eckerson, Charles W., Creston, Iowa. Ash-pan 

Eckerson, David I., assignor of one-half to A. Diefendorf and C. Brown, Worcester, Mass.? 

Caloric engine < 

Eckert, Thomas T., New York, N. Y. ciip or hanger-clasp for supporting oables, &c ' "... 

Eckert, William H., and J. A. Seely, New York, N. Y. Police-telephone system 

Eckhardt, Franz F., North Wales, Pa. Bee-hive 

Eckhart, John G., assignor of one-half to W. H.HoltandL. S. Goodwin, Edna, Kans. Cock 

eye 



Eckis, Emery S. (See Alexander, Henry D., assignor.) 



Economist Plow Company. (See Tower, Caleb E., assignor.) 

Economy Kindling Wood Stove Company. (See Knight, William H. H„ assignor.) 

Eddington, EdwinE., Janesville, Wis. Cultivator 



Eddison Supply Company. (See Lewis, Leroy S., assignor.) 

E( ' l l>:> Brice B., assignor of two-thirds to M.' H. Neil and C. Schwenkef, Jr., Columbus, 
Ohio. Gate-.. 

Eddy, Charles B., Groton, Mass. Incubator "--J'*""'""""*'"""""""""""'"""""" 

Eddy, George W, New London, assignor to Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Company" 
New Britain, Conn. Signal-bell 

Eddy, John G., assignor of one-half to E. P. Ewers, Fayette' Ohio! Ladder* .... 

Eddy, Walton A., Randolph, N. Y. Jointfor the corners of boxes, frames, and like struct- 
ures . 



Ede, Edward F., and P. de Bondini, Galata, ConstanYinopleV Turkey." " Apparatus" ibr'ap- 

plying postage-stamps, adhesive labels, and the like to envelopes or other articles 

Eder, James M., London. England. Device for securing envelopes &c 
Edgar, Charles S. (See Freeman, Augustus M., assignor ) 
Edgar, George M., Clarkston, Mich. Step-ladder 



359,012 Mar. 8 
364,630 June 14 



370,050 
358,348 

374,120 
371,439 
373,060 
375,316 

375.315 

357,705 

361,273 
361,274 
363,126 
363,127 
363,128 

363,129 
366,941 
373,971 

375,697 

373,061 

365,375 
363,814 
359,777 

356,353 

368,198 

360,767 

375,481 

371,046 
371,045 

374,353 
366,767 
357,911 
361,148 
367,138 
356,992 

369,105 



Sept. 20 
Mar. 8 

Nov. 29 
Oct. 11 
Nov. 15 
Dec. 20 



Dec. 
Feb. 



Apr. 19 
Apr. 19 
May 17 
May 17 
May 17 

May 17 
July 19 
Nov. 29 
Dec. 27 

Nov. 15 

June 28 
May 31 
Mar. 22 

Jan. 18 
Aug. 16 

Apr. 5 
Dec. 27 



Oct, 
Oct. 



Dec. 6 

July 19 

Feb. 15 

Apr. 12 

July 26 

Feb. 1 

Aug. 30 



368,574 I Aug. 23 



362,615 
375,140 
375,541 
373,344 
367,899 
357.471 
367,378 
375,416 

373,820 

374.948 
365.911 
368,078 

361,683 

362,260 



364,095 



361,272 
355,684 

361,751 
372,133 

369,927 

366,574 
362.730 



May 10 
Dec. 20 
Dec. 27 
Nov. 15 
Aug. 9 
Feb. 8 
Aug. 2 
Dec. 27 

Nov. 29 

Dec. 20 
July 5 
Aug. 9 

Apr. 26 

May 3 



May 31 



Apr. 19 
Jan. 11 

Apr. 26 
Oct. 25 



Monthly 
volume. 



EG 



877 j 223 
604 | 162 

1007 ; 282 




640 



2752 



(158 
U59 

739 



998 ' 259 



1178 

1647 

1646 
1405 

1277 
1278 
1504 
1505 
1506 

1507 
1629 
2540 
2180 

1179 

1718 
2483 
2010 

1514 
1250 

527 



315 
432 

431 

370 



327 
328 
398 
398 
399 

399 
436 
683 
567 
315 
316 
445 
644 
508 



Official 
Gazette. 






5 31f 

\3U 



398 
333 

136 



1866 



487 
488 
453 114 
452 113 



264 
1402 
1697 
1100 
1899 

347 

2550 
1791 

774 
1419 
1944 
1605 

822 

1047 

30 

1779 

2327 

1144 

218 

1076 

1858 

270 



2877 



1275 
534 



1950 
2030 



70 
375 
442 
279 
514 

92 



38 
39 



40 
>36 



41 
41 
41 
41 

41 

3S 

39 

39 
39 
39 
39 

30 
40 

41 
41 

[41 

39 
39 
38 

38 
40 

39 



1070 
1209 



1250 
1027 



1024 
203 
706 

1382 

1382 
701 

254- 
254 
769 
769 
769 

769 

324 

982 

1491 

706 

1437 

972 

1303 

305 

704 



m ho 

476 j 40 



213 

370 

508 

424 

221 

277 

8 

465 

;623 

i624 

'299 

56 

287 

481 

75 



1433 

89 
89 

1096 
282 
755 
209 
383 
487 

972 

817 

624 

1336 
1449 
784 
616 
625 
457 
1416 



39 

41 
41 
41 
40 
38 
40 
41 

Ul I :M 



41 

40 
40 



1286 

42 

664 



( 746 I 



39 372 
39 526 

39 1047 



327 
140 



507 
520 



39 
38 



39 
41 



254 
114 



386 
419 



Sept. 13 ! 875 231 40 1208 



July 12 i 1124 , 301 
May 10 ! 941 ' 256 



368,199 ! Aug. 16 j 1250 333 



40 
39 



224 
656 






40 704 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



95 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, ami invention. 



No. 



Bdgar, John, Rochester, Minn . Whiffletree-eenter 

Edgar, John, Rochester, Minn. Thill-coupling 

Edgar, John, Rochester, Minn. Fifth-wheel 

Edgconib, Boswell S. (See Burch, George C, assignor.) 
Edge Moor Iron Company. (See Sellers, George H., assignor.) 
Edge Moor Iron Company. (See Sellers and Malam, assignors.) 

Edge, William C, Newark, N. J. Ornamenting jewelry 

Edge, William C., Newark, N. J. Ear wire and catch 

Edgerton, Elmer W. (See Edgerton, Ezekiel and E. W.) 

Edgerton, Ezekiel and E. W., Cleveland, Ohio. Spring-bed 

Edgerton, Henry H., Danbury, Conn. Obtaining hydrogen from water-gas 

Edgiugton, George F. (See Brown and Edgington.) 
■ Edgley, George R., Madisonville, assignor to Crane & Breed Manufacturing Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Singletree 

Edington, Isaac B., assignor to himself and I. L. Huff, Waterloo, N. T. Sash-holder 

Edison Electric Light Company. (See Edison, Thomas A., assignor.) 

Edison Lamp Company. (See Howell, John W., assignor.) 

Edison Machine Works. (SeeKruesi, John, assignor.) 

E lison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. System of electrical distribution 

System of electrical distribution 

System of electrical distribution 

System of electrical distribution 

System of electrical distribution 

Dynamo-electric machine - 

Electric meter 

Manufacture of filaments for incandescing electric 



Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Llewollyn Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 



lights. 



, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 
Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J. 



Electrical transmission of power 

Electrical transmission of power 

Electrical transmission of power 

Electrical transmission of power 

Electrical transmission of power 

Electrical transmission of power 

Electrical transmission of power 

Telegraphy 

assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Incandescent electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Incandescing electric lamp 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Valve-gear 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor to Edison Electric Light Company, New 

York, N. Y. Filament for incandescent electric lamps - 

Edison, Thomas A., Menlo Park, N. J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Edison Elee-< 

trie Light Company, New York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution < 

Edison Type Writer Company. (See Waitt, George L., assignor.) 

Edleblute, Luciu9 S., Sheboygan, Wis. Table-slide 

Edleman, Daniel, Kirbyville, Pa. Device for releasing animals - 

Edloff, George L. (See Lochbihler and Edloff.) 

Edmands, George D., Rocky Hill, Conn. Traveler-ring for spinning-machines, &c 

Edmester, Joseph L. (SeeDuby and Edmester.) 
Edmonds, Edward N. (See Hinds and Edmonds.) 

Edmonds, Henry R., Philadelphia, Pa. Seesaw 

Edmonds, James H.. Valparaiso, Ind. Dental plugger 

Edmondson, Allan, J. B. Moorhouse, and T. A. Procter, Skipton-in-Craven, county of York, 

England. Hinge for step-ladders 

Edmondson, Thomas G., Tarpon Springs, Fla. Folding anchor 

Edmondson, William A., Morven, Ga. Plow 



Edmunds, Frank M., Franklin Falls, N. H. Screen-cleaner for paper-machines 

Edsall, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Metal bedstead 

Edson, Jacob. (See Rice and Edson.) 

Edson, Jarvis B., Brooklyn, assignor to American Zylonite Company, New York, N. Y. 

Apparatus for working zylonite 

Edson, Joseph R., et al. (See Ekhart, John, assignor.) 

Edwards, Albert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for coating surfaces 

Edwards, Benjamin E. (See Hatch, Frank, assignor.) 
Edwards, Burton F., et al. (See Bartlett, George C. assignor.) 

Edwards, Charles D., Albert Lea, Minn. Grain-separator 

Edwards, Edward P., Webster City, Iowa. Foot-guard for railway-switches, &c 

Edwards, Edwin. (See Kommereli and Edwards.) 

Edwards, Fitzhugh. (See Cole, William R., assignor.) 

Edwards, Franklin J., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. 

Button . 



Au- 



Ed wards, Granville M., Gray, assignor of one-half to W. E. Dennison, Portland, Me. 

tomatic ear-lamp extinguisher 

Edwards, Henry F. (See Mesker and Edwards.) 

Edwards, Henry F., assignor of one-half to American Electrical Works, Providence, R. I. 

Suspending electric lights 

Edwards, James, and L. Elliott, Baltimore, Md. Coffee-pot 

Edwards, John W., and C. L. Becker, Waterloo, N. Y. Feed-regulator for roller-mills and 

purifiers 

Edwards, Joseph, and J. R. F. Kelly, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dredging apparatus 

Edwards, Nace, Barton, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Edwards, Percy H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Clasp for sample-envelopes 

Edwards, Richard J., Galena, 111. Car-coupling 

Edwards, Samuel G. , Rosier, Mo. Bee-hive 

Edwards, Thomson V., assignor of one-half to F. H. Cotes, Monmouth, 111. Wagon-rack.. 
Edwards, W. A., et al. (See Spivey, Luke, assignor.) 
Edwards, Wilb'am H., et al. (See. Bartlett, George C, assignor.) 

Edwards, William J., Chicago, 111. E vener-coupling for vehicle-poles 

Eells, Albert F., Boston, Mass. Raising sunken or stranded vessels 

Effmger, Michael H., Harrisonburg, Va. Plow-point 

Egan, Charles E., assignor of one-half to W. Y. Miles, Columbus, Ohio. Telephone 



372,365 
372,366 

372,407 



360,283 
360,423 

375.141 
366,031 



368,079 
371,560 



365,978 
369,439 
309,441 
369,442 
369,443 
373,584 
370,123 

370,124 
370,125 
370,120 
370,127 
370,128 
370,129 
370,130 
370,131 
370,132 



358,599 

358,600 

365,465 

365,509 
369,280 

303,219 
355,306 

368,821 



366,082 
360,864 

357.188 
374,526 

359,598 

360,089 
358,151 



356,108 
358,849 



375,142 
367,609 



366,467 
366,999 



355,443 
364,911 

367,608 

366,468 

367,798 
364,501 
363,614 
358,850 
360,211 



374,294 
372,210 
364,912 
355,685 



Monthly ! Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Date. — r 



Nov. 1 
Nov. 1 
Nov. 1 



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to 



122 37 
124 37,38 
183 51,52 



Mar. 29 I 2829 
Apr. 5 29 



Dec. 20 
July 5 



Aug. 9 
Oct. 18 



July 5 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
Sept. 6 
Nov. 22 
Sept. 20 

Sept. 20 
Sept. 20 
Sept, 20 
Sept. 20 
Sept, 20 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 20 
Sept. 20 

Mar. 1 

Mar. 1 



1420 
451 



1078 
1164 



314 

177 
179 
182 
183 
1985 
1180 

1182 
1183 
1184 
1184 
1185 
1186 
1187 
1188 
1189 

279 

280 



June 28 i 1843 

June 28 j 1914 
Aug. 30 2762 



May 17 
•Jan. 4 



1631 
19 



Aug. 23 2136 



July 5 
Apr. 12 



Feb. 
Dec. 



Mar. 22 

Mar. 29 
Feb. 22 



452 
666 

664 

509 

1743 

2517 
2047 



Jan. 18 1176 
Mar. 8 644 



Dec. 20 
Aug. 2 



July 12 
July 19 

Jan. 4 

June 14 

Aug. 2 

July 12 

Aug. 9 
June 7 
May 24 
Mar. 8 
Mar. 29 



Dec. 6 
Oct. 25 
June 14 
Jan. 11 



1420 
367 



719 
9 



370 
122 



287 
303 



83 

51 

51, 52 

52 

52 

528 

312 



960 ■ 261 
1699 I 457 



194 
1021 

366 

961 

681 
418 

2196 
645 

2713 



313 
313 
313 
313 
314 
314 
314 
314 

60 

C6 

479 



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■ 738 



428 
6 



566 



122 
175 

172 

133 

C 443 

1 444 

641 

538 



311 
159 



370 
104 



52 
267 



41 
41 
41 



38 
39 



41 
40 



40 

41 



40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
41 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
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38 

39 

39 
1 40 

39 
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40 



40 
39 

38 
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C261 

1262 

j 184 

I 113 

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J 40 

39 
39 
33 

38 



169 44 4L 

2137 549 4 L 

1022 267 39 

536 141 33 



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494 
504 



1460 



1336 
85 



664 
245 



59 

1065 
1066 

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1067 

866 

1270 

1271 
1271 
1271 
1271 
1272 
1272 
1272 
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955 

955 

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1475 
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794 
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131 

553 
1144 

1255 

1403 

824 



241 

1028 



1336 

521 



191 
337 



39 
1286 

521 
191 

588 
1167 

912 
1028 
1438 



1079 
441 

1286 
114 



96 



I^DEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Egan, Charles E., assignor of one-half to W. T. Miles, Columbus, Ohio. Telephone-trans- 
mitter 

Egan, Charles E., assignor of one-half to W. T. Miles, Columbus, Ohio. Telephone 

Egan Imperial Truss Company. (See Egan, James T., assignor.) 

Egan, James, "Waucoma, Iowa. Combined self-heating sad-iron and fluting-iron 

Egan, James T., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to Egan Imperial Truss Company, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. Truss 

Egan, Patrick J., assignor of one-half to J. D. Richards, Boston, Mass. Picture-hanger 

Egbertson, James G. , Sun Prairie, Wis. Horse-collar pad 

Ege, Alexander H. (See Dodson, Wilson P., assignor.) 

Ege, Alexander H. , Mechanicsburg, Pa. Railway-switch 

Ege, Alexander H. , Mechanicsburg, Pa. Railway-frog 

Ege, Alexander H., Mechanicsburg, Pa. Rail-joint support 

Egell, Henry L., et al. (See Farmer, Luther C., assignor.) 
Egen, Carl. (See Heidmann, Hottges, and Egen.) 

Egge, Frederick, Bridgeport, Conn. Cord-clamp 

Egge, Frederick, assignor to Smith & Egge Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Attachment-holder for sewing-machines 

Egge, Frederick, assignor to Smith & Egge Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn.^ 

Machine for stitching and cutting button-holes < 

Eggert, William, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio. Artificial flower 

Egginton, Joseph A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Glass cover for pictures, &c 

Eginton, Sidney J., Bradford, Pa. Oil-pump 

Egler, Stephen', Pike Mills, Pa. Hub for wheels ""!"". 

Egly, John C, assignor to T. A. Pearce, Philadelphia, Pa. Circular-knitting machine . '. . . 
Egner, Frederic, assignor of one-half to J. P. Keiser, St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for the 

manufacture of illuminating-gas _ 

Ehbets, Carl J., assignor to Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Hartford, 

Conn. Magazine fire-arm 

Ehbets, Jacob (See Elmore and Ehbets.) 

Ehlers, Joliann H. (See Weisse, CarlF. H., assignor.) 

Ehrgott, Michael, Brooklyn, N. Y. Portable forge 

Ehrlich, Friedrich E. P., Gohlis, near Leipsic, Saxony, Germany. Mechanical musical 

instrument 

Ehrlich, Leo, assignor to C. J. Blake, St. Louis, Mo. Pocket-stamp '.'............'.'..'. 

Ehrsam, Frederick W., New York, N. Y. Rotary fan 

Eichhom, J. Charles. (See Hambujer, Ephraim, assignor.) 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Dynamo-electric machine 

Eickemeycr, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Tool for curling brims of hats 



Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. Machine for blocking and shaping hats. 



Dynamo-electric generator 

Electrical converter, motor, and generator. 
Sparker-coil for gas-lighting 



Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Eidelbach, Andrew C, Flatonia, Tex. Saw gummer arid sharpener 

Eilmann, Johan H, assignor to J. Wolf, Milwaukee, Wis. Box-fastener 

Einbigler, Rudolf, and C. Adler, New York, N. Y. Flat spiral wire netting 

Eiseman, Augustus H., St. Louis, Mo. Trace-holder 

Eiseman, Augustus H, St. Louis, Mo. Trace-holder. (Reissue) 

Eiseman, Benjamin, et al. (See Bail, Philip V., assignor.) 

Eisen, Herman J., Waterbury, Conn. Parallel -ruler 

Eisenbeis, Charles J., Allegheny City, Pa. Making slippers . 

Eisenhart, Edward H., New York, N. Y. Rug ...".... ....' 

Eisenhour, Martin A., Plymouth, Ind. Cultivator 

Eisenhour, Martin A., Plymouth, Ind. Cultivator-tooth... 

Eisenhuth, Oscar, assignor of one-half to J. S. Snyder, Detroit, Mich. Ban* and bushing 

Eiserer, Georg. (See Jenner andEiserer.) 

Eitapenc, Fred., Binghamton, N. Y. Leadpipe reel 

Eitapenc, Frederick, Oneonta, N. Y. Reel 

Ekhart, John, assignor of two-thirds to A. F. Childs and J. R. Edson, Washington" D. C. 
Apparatus for sewing carpets 

Eklund, John. (See Olds and Eklund.) 

Ekroth, Theodor, Stockholm, Sweden. Fare-box 

Elam, William E., Americus, Ga. Cartridge-loading machine 

Elastic Nut Company. (See Burdick, Justin H., assignor.) 

Elbel, Gustavus, Canton, Ohio. Trace-carrier 

Elcock, Joseph, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Gate 

Elder, Edward E., Lynn, Mass. Machine for sawing wooden gutters '.'.".'.'.'.'.'..'..'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

Elder, Edward E., Lynn, Mass. Machine for making bungs 

Elder, James C, Jefferson, assignor to American Etching and Engraving Comnanv Chi- 
cago, 111. Producing blue prints - 

Eldred, Horace H. (See McDonough and Eldred.) 

Eldridge, M. Lippincott. (See Fulton and Eldridge.) 

Eldridge, Morris F., Toledo, Ohio. Carriage-top 

Electric Amalgam Company. (See Hickley, Arthur S., assignor.) 

Electric Blind Slat Company. (See Brainard and Swan, assignors.) 

Electric Fire Apparatus Company. (See Graves, Fre 1 B., assignor.) 

Electric Gas Lighting Company. (See Bosworth, Charles B., assignor.) 

Electric Gas Lighting Company. (See Tirrell, Jacob P., assignor.) 

Electric Locomotive and Power Company. (See Elieson, Chaimsonovitz P., assignor.) 

Electric Motor Company, C. & C. (See Crocker and Curtis, assignors.) 

(See Curtis and Crocker, assignor.) 
(See Curtis, Wheeler, and Crocker, assignors.) 
(See Wheeler, Schuyler S., assignor.) 
(See Wheeler and Curtis, assignors.) 
(See Conant, Thomas P., assignor.) 
(See Faure, Camille A., assignor.) 
(See Griscom, William W., assignor.) 
(See Starr, Eli T., assignor.) 

Electro Mechanical Manufacturing Company. (See Stonitsch and Sweet, assignors.) 

Elefsen, Edvard, Chicago, 111. Revolving hand-fan 



Electric Motor Company, C. & C. 
Electric Motor Company, C. & C. 
Electric Motor Company, C. & C. 
Electric Motor Company, C. & C. 
Electrical Accumulator Company. 
Electrical Accumulator Company. 
Electrical Accumulator Company. 
Electrical Accumulator Company. 



Monthly 
volume. 



No. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Date. 



355.686 \ Jan. 11 

355.687 | Jan. 11 

366,575 ! July 1-3 

367,799 ; Aug. 9 
365,676 ! June 28 
358,851 Mar. 8 

357,189 Feb. 8 

370.051 ', Sept. 20 
371,047 ! Oct. 4 



375,143 Dec. 20 
356,458 ; Jan. 25 



362,945 

355,982 
370,133 
364,232 
358,736 
357,472 

368,882 
373,277 



366,469 

368,080 
357,473 
357,912 

358,340 

360,865 

361,353 

369,400 
375,542 
375,614 
357,913 
361,149 
373,177 
355,600 
10,870 

374,462 
369,928 
359,503 
364,583 
369,508 
368,139 

355,515 
374,734 



May 17 

Jan. 11 

Sept. 20 
June 7 
Mar. 1 
Feb. 8 

Aug. 23 
Nov. 15 



July 12 

Aug. 9 
Feb'. 8 
Feb. 15 

Feb. 22 



369,048 
358,440 

368,998 
358,653 
356,280 
373,345 

368,656 



372,367 



Aug. 30 
Mar. 1 

Aug. 30 
Mar. 1 
Jan. 18 
Nov. 15 



Nov. 1 



537 
538 

1126 

682 

2163 

646 

665 

1070 
455 

1421 

1664 
1248 

987 

1191 

47 

465 
1048 

2218 
1505 



141 
141 

C301 
c 302 

185 

564 
159 

C172 

) 173 

283 

114 



370 






38 
38 

1 40 

40 
39 
38 

[38 

40 
41 



I 






114 
115 

224 

588 
1522 
1028 

553 

1251 
90 



41 i 1337 



436 I 38 



1078 
1050 
1698 

2299 



374,145 ; Nov. 29 2786 



2463 
23 

2392 

348 

1404 

1606 



Aug. 23 1392 



126 



( 331 } 
i 332 5 

259 

315 
15 

113 

277 



590 
(397 
) 398 



39 

33 
40 
39 
38 
38 

40 



963 262 , 40 



340 

718 

200 

1273 

1097 

990 

626 

900 
766 



Apr. 


12 


668 | 


Apr. 


19 


1382 


Sept. 


6 


125 I 


Dec. 


27 


1946 


Dec. 


27 


2058 


Feb. 


15 


1699 


Apr. 


12 


1104 


Nov. 


15 


1359 


Jan. 


4 


395 


Oct. 


4 


608 


Dec. 


6 


420 


Sept. 


13 


876 


Mar. 


15 


1561 : 


June 


7 


535 


Sept. 


6 


264 


Aug. 


9 


1154 


Jan. 


4 


284 


Dec. 


13 


806 



287 i 40 

278 i 38 

442 I 38 

( 606 ) 

<607 ; ^33 

(608 

175 I 39 




36 


40 


1056 


508 


41 


1449 


534 


41 


1468 


443 


38 


756 


279 


39 


209 


360 


41 


738 


107 


38 


79 


156 


41 


121 


109 


41 


1126 


231 


40 


1208 


399 


38 


1205 


144 


39 


1189 


74 


40 


1084 


307 


40 


678 



75 38 57 
212 ; 41 : 1213 



748 
653 



630 

83 

371 

424 

504 



33 



41 I 1030 



40 
33 

40 
38 
38 
41 

40 



41 



956 
907 

942 

968 
284 

784 

837 



494 






192 

I 664 

626 

| 755 

874 

131 

273 



357,072 I Feb. 1 I 465 124 : 38 I 508 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



97 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Xaiue, residence, and invention. 



Eley Pbilip, Bavonne, N. J. Machine for making wire handles 

Elev' Philip, Bayonne, X.J. Soldering-maebine 

Elfstrom, John.' (See Sbriner, Henry C, assignor.) 
Elger Charles C, et al. (See Patten, Jefferson, assignor.) 
Elger William D.. et ah (Sec Patten, Jefferson, assignor.) 

Elves' Gottlieb D., Clinton, Mo. Cigar-mold - 

El"es Gottlieb I)., Clinton, Mo. Cigar-molding machine 

Elges,' Gottlieb D., Clinton, Mo. Cigar-molding machine 

Elgin] Samuel T-, Astoria, 111. Pick - 

Ellas, Joseph. Beyroot, Syria. Hydraulic marine motor ---- 

Elias Leopold Kosten, Prussia. Germany. Manufacture of glazed paper for bags &c. 
Elk-son CliaimsonovitzP.. assignor to Electric Locomotive and Power Company, (limited,) 

London. England. Electrical accumulator or storage-battery 

Elkiu, Mark. (See Biiehholz, Edward, assignor.) 

Elkius, Charles M„ Wakefield, Mass., assignor of one-half to W. E. Weston, Matteawan, 

N. Y. Door check and holder - 

Elkins, William F., Comanche, Tex. Spark-arrester 

Ellacott, Charles K., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Machine for forging horseshoe-nails 

Ellin Thomas R.. Sheffield, county of York, England. Pocket-knife.- .--- 

Ellin'°-er, William. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for branding or marking animals 

Ellinwood, Augustus E. (See Miller and Ellinwood.) 

Elliot Charles, San Fraucisco, Cal. Purifying water for boilers 

Elliot', Edwin G. (See Buslicld. James, assignor.) 

Elliot, H. C, etal. (See Floyd, John, assignor.) _.... -, „.,. . 

Elliot Robert C. assignor of part to T. A. Gillespie, Pittsburg, Pa. Drill-jar 

Elliott, A. J., Mason City, Iowa. Car-coupling .-.-.-------.----- - -- .--- 

Elliott -V Dayton assignor of one-half to H. F. Eaton, Viola, 111. Hand-pump fire-engine 

Elliott,' Alonzo. et al. (See Eastman, William H.. assignor.) 

Elliott, Alvin D., Lawrence, assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Cambridge, Mass. Heel- 
trimming machine .. - - 

Elliott C. Everest, et al. (See Harding, John, Jr., assignor.) 

Elliott! Charles W.. Boston, Maps. Paper box ... ... ...--... 

Elliott Charles W.. assignor to G. R. Elliott, Boston, Mass., W. M. Griffith, and I. W. Par- 
menter. New York, N. Y. Store-service apparatus . . . ... .................... . - - - - - - 

Elliott, George S., assignor of one-half to W. H. and J. H. Lemkauf, Mobile, Ala. Auto- 
matic railway-switch - --- ---.--- ;,'.'A"";; - y.y - 

Elliott, George S., assignor of one-half to W. H. and J. H. Lemkaup, Mobile, Ala. Vehicle- 



No. 



Date. 



356,195 
356,196 



37-2,607 
375,615 
375.616 
366,576 
366,768 
372.408 



Jan. 18 
Jan. 18 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



1287 
1290 



Nov. 1 473 

Dec. 27 ! 2059 

Dec. 27 | 2060 

July 12 11-27 

July 19 1403 



358,341 



3(18, 657 
356,243 



Nov. 1 
Feb. 22 



Aug. "23 
Jan. 18 



184 
2303 



1893 
1353 



356,391 Jan. 18 1563 



360,866 

356,459 



Apr. 12 671 



Jan. 25 



374,828 j Dec. 13 



359.856 
359,599 
375,317 



hub 



Elliott, George W., Kansas City. Mo. Car-fender 

Elliott Gilbert R., et al. (See Elliott. Charles W., assignor.) 

Elliott, James H., Montreal. Quebec. Canada. Dining-eoach 

Elliott, James H., Albany, N. Y. Gaiter -- 

Elliott, John A., assignor of one-half to J. B. Martin, Is eosho Rapids, Kans. Railway -rail 

and bed-plate therefor 

Elliott, Louis. (See Edwards and Elliott.) 

Elliott Mathew G., assignor to Warrior Mower Company, Little Falls, N. Y. Disk-har- 



Elliott, Robert, et al. (See Allen. Jurtson, assignor.) 

Elliott. Robert C, assignor of one-half to J. W. Nebergall, Prairie Creek, Ind. 



Railway- 



gate 



Elliott, Robert H., Memphis. Tenn. Hydraulic excavator 

Elliott Russell C, trustee. (See Howard, James H., assignor.) 

Elliott, Thomas B., Medora, 111. Pulley stripper-block for hay-carriers 

Elliott, Thomas B., Medora, 111. Automatic wagon-brake 

Elliott, William G. (See Grassier. William P., assignor.) 
Elliott, William P. (See Farrar and Elliott.) 

Elliott, William P., Shelbyville. Ind. Device for loosening and cutting sugar 

Elliott'. William P. . Chicago, 111. Gate - - - 

Ellis, Albert C. (See Johnston, James J., assignor.) 

Ellis' Augustin, Bedford, Ind. Mowing-machine 

Ellis, Benjamin F., Honey Grove, Tex. Farm-gate ----- ..............:... 

Ellis, Ferraud F.. assignor to Oneida Community, (limited,) Community, N. Y. Adjusta- 
ble spool-spindle for winding-machines 

Ellis, George G. (See Piland, August H., assignor.) 
Ellis, Harry S. (See Ramsden and Ellis.) 

Ellis, John. Lynn, Mass. Lubricator ...-...-..-. 

Ellis, John D., Sheffield, county of York, England. Device for rolling ribbed plates 

Ellis, Rudolph, etal. (See Frishmuth, William, assignor.) 

Ellis. Silas C., St. Louis. Mo. Tricycle - 

Ellis William C, Worcester, Mass. Upright-piano action - 

Ellis William C. assignor to himself and W. F. Smelley, Rising Sun, Ind. Bahng-press - - 

Ellison, Adolph S., New York. N. Y. Braid-trimming - 

Ellison, Thomas, Abingdon, HI. Fire-fender 

Ellithjorp, Solomon B„ Buffalo, N. Y. Lasting-machine 



Ellithorp, Solomon B., Buffalo, N. Y. Lasting-machine. 

Elli thorp, Solomon B., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ellithorp, Solomon B.. Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ellsworth, John A. ' 



Clamp for lasting-machines - 

Cuff-hi dder 

(See Fuller, Oscar B., assignor.) 

Ellwood Everett C, Green's Farms, Conn. Burglar-alarm -.---. - 

Ell wood Everett C, Green's Farms, Conn., and F. Bateman: said Bateman assignor to E. 
S & F Bateman Spring Mills, N. J. Feed-regulating and cut-off mechanism lor seed- 



drills. 



Elmore^ R. Palmer," Albert Lea, Minn., and J. O. Ehbets, Milwaukee, Wis.; said Ehbets 

assignor to said Elmore. Hand-power rock-drilling machine - 

Elsasser, Theodore, Philadelphia, Pa. Wool-packing frame 

Elsdon, Robert, Brockley, county of Kent, England. Button 

Elstun, William. Thompsonville, 111. Truss 

Elten, Adolph H. &., Sycamore. 111. Extension-chair 

Elward, John H., St. Paul, Minn. Churn 



374,892 

359,435 

374,295 

362,578 

363,376 
360,516 

360.424 
373.002 

369,049 

373,278 

356,402 
371,561 

374,949 
374,950 



365.247 
368,522 

362,946 
357,275 

3C2.731 



368,283 
369,328 

361,581 
356,109 
372,901 
367,339 
374,951 

362,369 

362,370 

362,371 
368,081 

364,637 



373,585 

368,658 

369,984 

355,601 
373.927 
362.066 
361.150 



Mar. 22 
Mar. 22 
Dec. 20 



Dec. 13 

Mar. 15 

Dec. 6 

May 10 

May 24 
Apr. 5 

Apr. 5 

Nov. 15 

Aug. 30 




1665 
943 



2141 539 38 

1745 ! 444 38 
1648 432 41 



1033 

1459 

172 

714 

1834 
183 

29 
1181 

2464 



270 

373 

44,45 

199 

483 
45 



41 

38 

41 

39 

39 
39 



9 39 
316 41 



654 40 



Nov. 15 1510 398 41 



Jan. 18 
Oct. 18 



1165 

1145 
1146 

June 21 1520 
Aug. 16 1714 



Dec. 20 
Dec. 20 



1580 416 38 



C 303 
\ 304 



41 



299 41 

300 41 



396 39 



457 



May 17 1249 , 332 
Feb. 8 I 779 202 



May 10 942 



Aug. 16 
Sept. 6 



1386 
26 



257 



366 

7,8 



40 



39 
38 



39 



40 

4U 



May 3 

May 3 

May 3 

Aug. 9 

June 14 



Nov. 22 



411 

416 

420 

1079 



( 114 
) 115 

(116 

i 1V7 
117 

288 



[39 

39 
40 



607 162 39 



1987 528 



Aug. 23 

Sept. 13 

Jau. 4 

Nov. 29 2472 

May 3 20 

Apr. 12 1105 



1894 505 



960 
395 



C 253 

) 254 

107 

664 

6 

280 



1327 
1255 
1382 



1258 

1187 

1079 

614 

842 
36 

8 
707 

956 

766 

317 
245 

1286 
1286 



1386 
794 



719 
574 



656 



730 
1040 



Apr. 19 


1694 


438 


39 


331 


Jan. 18 


1178 


312 


38 


241 


Nov. 8 


935 


252 


41 


652 


July 26 


2199 


590 


40 


439 


Dec. 20 


1147 


300 


41 


1286 



41 

40 

[40 

38 
41 
39 
39 



554 

555 

557 

664 

1210 



866 

837 

1223 

79 
969 
476 
210 



7 PAT 



98 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 



Alphabetical lint of paten tees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Elward, John H., St. Paul, Minn. Planter. 



Engine-valve . 
Sled 



Elward, John H., Whitewater, Wis. 
Elward, John H., Whitewater, Wis. 

Elward, John H., assignor to himself and D. M. Sabin, Stillwater, Minn. Riveting-machine. 

Elwell, Morris N., Oneonta, N. Y. Feeder for grinding-mills 

Elwood, Frank, et al. (See Lilly, Marcine C, assignor.) 

Elwood, William H., et al. (See Lilly, Marcine C, assignor.) 

Ely, Edward 0., Boston, Mass. Button-stapling machine 



; hoes. 



Ely, Edward 0., Boston, Mass. Button-fastening attachment 

Ely, Edward O., Boston, Mass. Button-fastening machine 

Ely, George A. (See Smith and Ely.) 

Ely, George B., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Method of and apparatus for making 

Ely, Lewelleu A., Muir, Mich. Combined shelf and exhibitor 

Ely, Mary C. (See Ely, Kalph. assignor.) 

Ely, Ralph, assignor to M. C. Ely, Delaware, Ohio. Fire-place blower 

Elze, Cbristoph F., Alsleben-on-the-Saale, Prussia, Germany. Beer-cooling apparatus. . 
Emack, John D., Baldwin, N. Y. Composition for making blackboards, &c 

Gripping device for cable railways 

Granulating and feeding device for brick-machines . 

Brick-machine 

Toledo, Ohio. Display-horse. ... 



Embley, William, Jersey ville, Dl. 
Ernens, Charles L., Holton, Mich. 
Eniens, Charles L., Holton, Mich. 
Emerick, David, and C. A. Smith 



Einerick, Garrett M. 
Dumb-waiter 



Brooklyn, assignor to Butler Hardware Company, New York, N. Y.} 

- s 



Emerson, Charles H. (See Brock, Fenelon B., assignor.) 

Emerson, Charles H., Yonkers, N. Y. Toboggan 

Emerson, Charles H., Yonkers, N. Y. Coasting-toboggan 

Emerson, Charles H., Yonkers, N. Y. Coasting-toboggan 

Emerson, Charles H., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Johnson, Emerson & Co., Burlington, 

Vt. Toboggan 

Emerson, Elisha, assignor to Rhode Island Copper Company, Providence, R. I. Appara- 
tus for forming sheet metal by electro-deposition 

Emerson & Fisher Company. (See Ransom, Hiram W., assignor.) 

Emerson, Frank L., Brentwood, Cal. Gopher-gun , 

Emerson, Frank L., Brentwood, Cal. Pitman 

Emerson, James, Willimausett, Mass. Steam-heatiug-pipe connection for cars 

Emerson, James E. (See Garland, Michael, assignor.) 

Beaver Falls, Pa. Band-saw mill 

Machine for straightening and truing hand-saws. . . 

File for band saws 

Metal picket for fences 

Saw 

Reversible saw-tooth 

Machine for straightening, tempering, and flatten- 



Emerson, James E 

Emerson, James E. 

Emerson, James E. 

Emerson, Jaraes E. 

Emerson, James E. 

Emei'son, James E., Beaver Falls, Pa, 

Emerson, James E., Beaver Falls, Pa 

ing hand-saw blades 

Emerson, James E., and T. Midgley, Beaver Falls, Pa. 



Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 
Beaver Falls, Pa. 



Wire belting 

Manufacturing wire belting 



Wire belting or fabric 

Barbed and corrugated wire nail. 
Gripping-die for corrugating and 



Emerson, James E., and T. Midgley, Beavdr Falls, Pa. 

Emerson, James E., and T. Midgley, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Emerson, James E., and T. Midgley, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Emerson. James E., and T. Midgley, Beaver Falls, l'a. 
barbing wire nails - 

Emerson, James F., et al. (See Tirrell, Jacob P., assignor.) 

Emerson, James F., administrator. (See Dunbar, George W'., G. H., and F. B.) (Reissue.) 

Emerson, John T. (See Pierce, June A., assignor.) 

Emerson, John W., and A. C. StarbirtN, Apopka, Fla. Feed mechanism for saw-mill car-? 
riages : S 

Emerson, Loender C, assignor of one-half to C. H. Nelson, North Grafton, Mass. Eyelet-? 
ing-machine , 5 

Emerson, Loender C, assignor of one-half to C. H. Nelson, North Grafton, Mass. Button- 
setting machine.. 

Emerson, Ralph, assignor of one-half to W. A. Talcott, Rockford, 111. Straight-knitting? 
machine •. 5 

Emerson, Richard, assignor of one-half to H. H. Mason, Sycamore, 111. Grain-binder 

Emerson, Talcott & Company. (See Bloom, John C, assignor.) 
Emerson, Talcott & Company. (See Chapman, George, assignor.) 
Emerson, Talcott & Company. (See Jones, James H., assignor.) 

Emerson, Thomas, Newport, R. I. Boat-grip 

Emery, Albert H, Stamford, Conn. Micrometer-gage 

Emery, Albert H., Stamford, Conn. Micrometer-gage for internal and external measure- 
ments . 



No. 



373,226 

375,144 

375,145 

356,033 
360,284 



363,054 
365,290 
308,659 



357,706 

373,447 



Emery, Albert H., Stamford, Conn. 
Emery, Albert H., Stamford, Conn. 



Micrometer-gage 
Micrometer-gage 



Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Charles E., Brooklyn, N. Y, 



Emery, 

Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 
Emery, 

ottes, 

Emig, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Screw-cutting die 

Emigh, Gideon W., Fort Collins, Colo. Hog-cholera remedy 

Emley, James E., assignor to W. J. Carson and T. D. Lewis, Weatberford, Tex. 

ratus for rocutting li les 



Tube-expander 

Planimeter 

Charles G. (See Emery, William H., assignor.) 

Charles L. L., Biddeford, Me. Invalid-bedstead 

Edward C, San Diogo, Cal. Insulator , 

George D. (Sec Skanks, George W., assignor.) 

J. Henry, et al. (See Stetson, Charles T., assignor.) 

James P., Chicago, 111. Refrigerator. 

Thomas W 

William 

&c 



363,997 
372,134 

356,825 
362,067 
360,568 
360,569 
365,979 

375,146 



366,083 
367,279 

367,280 



358,601 

371,256 

355,602 
369 840 
372,303 

350,930 
356,931 
358 020 
358,602 
358,772 
368,999 

370,689 
362,576 

362,577 

371,181 
372,844 

372,845 



369,781 
368,140 

368,141 
374,527 

369,172 



355,983 
361,055 

361,050 
362,149 
364,913 

355,644 

360,867 



Date. 



W"., and W. Spence, Minneapolis, Minn. C 
H, assignor to C. G. Emery, Brooklyn, N. 



Chimney-cap 

Y. Package for oil 



357,586 

375,276 



356,226 
372,017 



Nov. 15 

Dec. 20 
Dec. 20 

Jan. 11 

Mar. 29 

May 17 
June 21 
Aug. 23 

Feb. 15 
Nov. 22 

May 31 
Oct. 25 
Feb. 1 
May 3 
Apr. 5 
Apr. 5 
July 5 

Dec. 20 



July 5 
July 26 

July 26 



Mar. 1 
Oct. 11 

Jan. 4 

Sept. 13 
Nov. 1 

Feb. 1 
Feb. 1 
Feb. 22 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 1 
Aug. 30 

Sept. 27 
May 10 

May 10 

Oct, 11 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 8 



Sept. 13 
Aug. 9 

Aug. 9 
Dec. 

Aug. 30 



Jan. 11 
Apr. 12 

Apr. 12 
May 3 
June 14 



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volume. 



Jan. 
Apr. 

Fob. 
Dec. 



Jan. 

Oct. 



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356,244 Jan. 18 

308,462 Aug. 10 
369,281 

300,517 



XI 



1440 

1422 
1424 

1049 

2829 



1403 
1591 
1896 

1513 

1768 

2750 
2030 
112 
21 
257 
259 
317 

1426 



452 
2103 

2107 



281 
742 

396 

741 
23 

257 
258 

1855 
283 
512 

2394 

2010 
712 

713 

639 

854 

854 



637 
1155 

1160 
510 

2627 



988 
951 

952 

131 

1023 

473 

072 

1234 

1592 



1329 
1836 



(380 
J 381 

371 

371 

<275 

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719 



371 
(414 
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505 

394 
469 

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7 

64 

64 

83 

(371 

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(373 

122 

568 
^568 
I 569 

66,67 

190 

107 

198 

7 

71 

71 

490 

67 

120 

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198 

198 
199 
163 
228 



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(172 
} 173 
(307 
\ 308 

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(133 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



99 



Nauie, residence, and invention. 



Emmart. William M.. Baltimore, Mil. Soldering-machine 

Erniuel, Charles, Cambridge, M;iss. Desk- 

Eniruert, Jesse, Ke\ nobis. Nebr. Bed spring-bottom 

Emmiugor, David P., Philadelphia, Pa. Joint for telegraphic wires 

Emmitt, John V. (See Johnson, William II., assignor.) 

Empey, William R., San Jose, Cal. Harness-pad 

Empire Drill Company. (See Sheldon, Richard B., assignor.) 
Empire Folder Company. (See Teller and Hill, assignors.) 
Empire Hydro Carbon Company. (See Smith, Hiram H., assignor.) 
Empire Machine Company. (See Blake, Edward A., assignor.) 

Emsley. John W., Philadelphia, Pa. Bicycle - 

Endemanu, Hermann, Brooklyn, assignor to P. D. Newton, Queens, N. Y. Treating rat- 



tan 



Eudres, John J., New York. X. Y. Car-brake 

Eugberg, Laurence. (See Holm and Eugberg.) 

Engebretsen. Lars. Christiania, Norway, Slide-valve 

Engel, Abraham H., New York. N. Y. Box for holding ruffling 

Engel, Christopher, Havana. 111. Plow 

Engel, Fritz, Worms -on -the -Rhine, and C. Wagner, Offenbach -on -the -Main. Germany. 

Leather-skiving machine 

Engel, William 0., Ashland, Pa. Fifth-wheel 

Eugelman. Harry H., Defiance, Ohio. Neck-yoke - 

England, John E., Hnmansville, Mo. Bedstead - 

England, Paren, Aspen. Colo. Bottle - 

England, William, Galveston, Tex. Blacking-brush - - 

England, William R., Chicago, 111. Faucet or cock 

Engle, Andrew. Baxter, assignor of one-half to J. Callanan, Des Moines, Iowa. Burning 

and utilizing wet and offensive substauces - 

Eu»le, Andrew, Baxter, assignor of two-thirds to J. Callanan, Des Moines, Iowa, and J. C. 

Savery, New York, N. Y. Furnace for burning wet and offensive substances 

Englehart, Nicholas, Columbus, Ohio. Dirt-scraper 

English. Aualdo M., Boston. Mass.. assignor to Pratt Manufacturing Company, Portland,! 

Me. Machine for attaching buttons - ! 

English, Analdo M., Bostou, Mass., assignor to Pratt Manufacturing Company, Portland,! 
Me. Machine for making button-fasteners \ 

English, Andrew J., and J. Stubbers, assignors to said English and P. Crosley, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Gas-machine - - - 

English Bros. (See Smith. Frederick H., assignor.) 
English, Edward B., et al. (See Field, AYilliam, assignor.) 
English, Franklin J. (See Cromwell, William, assignor.) 
English, Peter. (See Langlais and English.) 

English, Thomas, Hawley, near Dartford, county of Kent, England. Car-truck 



No. 



362,150 
372,135 
364,233 



369,238 
356,683 

362,500 

368,523 

371,011 



374,463 
360,212 
369,329 



Enjalbert, Theophile E., Paris, France. Type- writing machine 

Enloe, Thomas E., et al. (See Stonestreet, George D., assignor.) 
Ennis, George H. (See Bord and Ennis.) 

Ennis, Henry J., Washington, *D. C. Automatic vending-machine 

Ennis, Henry J., assignor to F. H. Finley, and R. Callahan, Washington, D. C, H. Gran- 
der, Rochester, and H. M. Butler, New York, N. Y. Automatic vending apparatus 

Enos Electric Railway Supply Company. (See Hamilton, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Eurigbt, James, Bord'entown, N. J. Machine for making sheet-metal cleats 

Enright, Michael J., et al. (See Arthur, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Eusley, Martin V., MeMinnville, Oreg. Churn 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company. (See Shaw, Noah T., assignor.) 

Entrekin, William G., Philadelphia, Pa. Photographic burnishing-machine 

Entrekin, William G., Philadelphia, Pa. Photograph-burnishing machine 

Eutrekiu, William (}., Philadelphia, Pa. Photographic burnishing-niachine 

Eutwisle, Edward B., Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Johnson Steel Street Rail Company, of 
Kentuckv. Rail-chair for street-car rails 

Eutwisle, Edward B., Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Johnson Steel Street Rail Company, of/ 
Kentucky. Girder-slot-rail crossing \ 

Entwisle, Edward B., Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Johnson Steel Street Rail Company, off 
Kentucky. Die for making railway-chairs $ 

Entwistle '&. Co., T. C. (See Dnrgin, Albion L., assignor.) 

Entwistle, Thomas C, Lowell, Mass. Stop-iuotiou mechanism for spoolers and winders . . . 

Eutz, Justus B., New York, N. Y. Electric gas-lighter 

Euyart. Edwin S., Ottawa, HI. Electric signal for weighing-scales 

Eppelsheimer. Henry, New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to F. AY. Schultz, Baltimore, 

Md. Means for obtaining access to fires in buildings 

Epperly, Belle, Lamar. Mo., assignor of one-third to M. W. Tucker. Corset 

Epperson, John AY.. Blandinsville, 111. A^ agon-jack 

Eppert, Alfred A., Amelia. Ohio. Mail-bag 

Epping, Henry, Pittsburg, Pa., assignor of four-fifths to W. H. Carpenter, E. Fraucnheim, 

L. Villsaek, and H. Kaber. Crucible-furnace 

Epple*-, Samuel, Union Bridge, Md. Roller cider-press 

Erb, Fred, Jr., Lafayette, Ind. Flying target 

Erbe, Bartbel, Pittsburg, Pa. Wire-stretcher 

Erbe, Bartbel, Pittsburg, Pa. AYire-stretcher - 

Erbe, Gustav, et al. (See Bobbin, Fred, assignor.) 

Erhardt, Herrmann, Boston, Mass. Electric locomotive 



367,709 
365,174 
374,045 
361,496 
357,073 
367,379 
359,246 

372,304 

372,305 
356,755 

358,342 
360,004 



368,660 



372,608 
369,401 

371,829 

365,912 

359,066 

368,708 

355,922 
355,923 
357,954 

364,996 
367,746 

368,142 

360,868 

374,528 
361,275 

369,636 
367,747 
369,330 
374,735 

356,061 
371.131 
356,354 
359,600 

373,518 

356,579 



Erickscn, Olof. (See Nelson, Audrew J., assignor.) 

Ericson, Charles J., Salt Lake City. Utah Ter. Grain-winnower 357,525 

Ericsson, John, New York, N. Y. Steam-engine 374,354 

Erikson, Andrew. (See Forssell. Erik H., assignor.) 

Erikson, Carl J., Rockford, 111. Trap... 365,058 

Erling. Peter R., Chicago, III. Animal-trap 358,924 

Ernst! John, Bay City, Mich. A'ise ; 368,575 

Ernst, John, Bay City, Midi. A'ise 370,937 

Ernst, Maxiuillian, Cleveland. Ohio. Bellows-package for distributing powder 366,942 



Date. 



May 3 
Oct. 25 
June 7 
Aug. 30 

Jan. 25 



May 10 

Aug. 16 
Nov. 29 

Dec. 6 
Mar. 29 
Sept. 6 

Aug. 2 
June 21 
Nov. 29 
Apr. 19 
Feb. 1 
Aug. 2 
Mar. 15 



Nov. 1 

Nov. 1 
Feb. 1 

Feb. 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



Mar. 29 



Aug. 23 



Nov. 1 
Sept. 6 



Oct. 18 

July 5 

Mar. 8 

Aug. 23 

Jan. 11 
Jan. 11 
Feb. 15 

June 14 
Aug. 2 

Aug. 9 

Apr. 12 

Dec. 6 
Apr. 19 

Sept. 6 
Aug. 2 
Sept. 6 
Dec. 13 

Jan. 11 
Oct. 4 
Jan. 18 
Mar. 22 
Nov. 22 

' Jan. 25 

Feb. 8 
Dec. 6 

June 21 
Mar. 8 
Aug. 23 
Oct. 4 
July 19 






134 
2032 

48 

2707 

1978 



609 

1716 
2638 

421 

2714 

27 

546 
1414 
2639 
1572 

467 

31 

1186 

26 

27 
20 

2304 
2370 

1898 



475 
127 



1555 

220 

943 

1978 

890 
891 

1752 

1145 
596 

1162 

674 

513 
1279 

452 

597 

28 

808 

1088 
568 
1515 
1746 
1898 

1835 



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15 

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520 



172 

457 

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457 

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476 
427 

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559 
1056 

325 

42 

1084 

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181 
181 
766 

1309 
563 

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132 



372 

641 
1097 

1337 

1019 

817 

59 

324 



100 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Erskine Annie, administratrix. (See Erskine, John W.) 

Erskine, Harlo L., Washington, D. C. Hand-stamp 

Erskine, James L., Hoboken, N. J. Shaving-brush ..........-.--.....- •■•■ — 

Erskine, John W.. deceased, A. Erskine, Chester, Pa., administratrix. Compound belt- 
shifter, oiler, and shaft-cleaner - - 

Eitel, George, Quincy, 111. Baling-press - 

Erts, Joseph M., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Car-starter. . - 

Erwin John F., Greensborongh, N. C. Tobacco-stick - ------------- 

Erwin' L Clayton, assignor of one-kaif to C P Toung and J H. Thomas, York, Pa. Har- 



Erwin, Lewis C, York, Pa. Cultivator and pulverizer 

Erwin', Thomas J., Union Church, Miss. Plow - ■ 

Escott Walter N (See Krenients, Joseph, assignor.) 

Eske, Albert, Chicago, 111. Display-stand . --- 

Eskew, Samuel T., Sugar Valley, Ga. Evaporator for sugar-makmg purposes 

Esplin, Charles. Minneapolis. Minn. Shaft-hanger , 

Espy, Josiah, Xenia, Ohio. Gun-cleaner • 

Essex, Henry, Meadville, Pa. Gearing - - , - 

Essex Horse Nail Company. (See Woodford, Henry E., assignor.) 

Essex, Jeremiah, deceased, Bennington, Vt., (J. W. Essex, administrator,) and A. Ball, 

Clar'emont, N. H. Bobbin or cop-tube - - - 

Essex, John W., administrator. (See Essex and Ball.) 

Essick, Samuel V., Alliance, Ohio. Printing-telegraph 

Essig, William P.. McDonaldsville, Ohio. Conveyer for grain-binders 

Establie, Pierre E., Paris, France. Vessel for preserving meats, &c 

Estabrook, Horace, Paterson, 1ST. J. Railway weighing-scale 

Estcourt, Frederick E., et al. (See Brown, Jacob, assignor.) 

Estes, John W., Dixon, Mo. Combination-lock - ■ - - - -- 

Estes Payton W. , assignor of one-half to E. Bierer, Hiawatha, Kans. Gate 

Estey Organ Company. (See Fuller, Levi K, assignor.) 
Estey W. Shepard. (See Oliver, Ebeuezer, assignor.) 

Estlow, Francis R., Barnegat, N. J. Turbine water-wheel 

Estlow Francis R., Barnegat, N. J. Motor mechanism for cars - 

Estlow, Francis R., Barnegat, N. J. Device for changing reciprocating into rotary motion. 

Esty, Ezra B. (See Stanhope and Esty.) 

Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. Knitting stockings 

Knitting-machine - 

Knitting-machine ■ 

Yarn-carrier for knitting-machines 

Widened tubular knit fabric and knitting the same. ... 

Widened tubular knit fabric 



No. 



357,587 
357,983 



307,900 
362.884 
359.013 
355,759 



Date. 



369,282 



Knitting-machine . 



Esty. William, Laconia, N. H. 
Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. 

Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. 
Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. 
Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. 
Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. 
Esty, William, assignor of two-thirds to L. F. Busiel, Laconia, and G. W. Sherwell, Lake 

Village, N. H. Steam-engine . - 

Esty, William, assignor of two-thirds to L. F. Busiel, Laconia, and G. W. Sherwell, Lake 

Village, N. H. Steam-engine 

Etheridge, Ernest L. (See Sullivan and Etheridge.) 

Ethridge, Frank N. (See Ethridgo, Martin R. and F. N. ) _ ,.,,..,, 

Ethridge. Martin R. and F. N., Lynn, Mass.; said F. N. Ethridge assignor to Martm R. 

EthrFdge. Tack-driving machine - --- - ----- - - 

Ethridge. Martin V. B., Boston, assignor of one-half to H. E. Waite, West Newton, Mass. 

Attaching heels to boots or shoes - - - - .- 

Ethrido-e, Martin V. B., Boston, and H. E. Waite, West Newton, Mass., assignors of one- 

third to J. Swann, New York, N. Y. Clock striking mechanism 

Ethridge, William S., Paluxy, Tex. Folding ladder - 

Etienne, Louis, Paris, France.' Pipe-coupling 

Etly, David J., et al. (See Heinig, Frederick E., assignor.) 

Etnier, David, Jr., Mount Union, Pa. Grain-scourer -- - - - - -. - - - 

Etter, Jacob R., Crawfordsville, Ind. Instrument for transmitting audible time-signals . . 

Etter', Samuel P., Cedartowu, Ga. Wire fence 

Euans, Martin V. B., Circleville, Ohio. Sash-holder 

Eubank, Katie W., Rutherford, Cal. Combined trunk and bureau 

Eulass, Thomas H., Mason City, 111. Folding table 

Eulass, Thomas H., Mason City, HI. Clothes-rack - 

Euphrat, Frederic, Boston, Mass. Conduit for electric railways 

Eureka Light Manufacturing Company. (See Huber, Louis C, assignor.) 

Eureka Manufacturing Company. (See Stevens, James S., assignor.) 

Eureka Spindle Company. (See Chapman, Charles H., assignor.) 

Eureka Spund Apparatus Company. (See Warren, Marion, assignor.) 

Eureka Telephone Company. (See Eastman, William H., assignor.) 

Eureka Telephone Company. (See Eastman and Adams, assignors.) 

Eustice, Daniel L. (See Chapman and Eustice.) 

Evans, Austin C, Springfield, Ohio. Corn-planter 



361.866 

357,526 

373,729 
302.068 
300.050 
300,470 
374,146 



303,323 

365,059 

359,247 
370,250 
374,665 

369,331 
368,661 



Feb. 15 
Feb. 15 

Aug. 9 
May 10 
Mar. 8 
Jan. 11 

Aug. 30 
Apr. 26 
Feb. 8 

Nov. 22 
May 3 
July 19 
July 12 
Nov. 29 



May 17 



June 21 

Mar. 15 
Sept, 20 
Dec, 13 

Sept. 6 
Aug. 23 



Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
toilet- 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 
Evans, 



Austin C, Springfield, Ohio. Harrow - 

Austin C.. Springfield, Ohio. Seeding-machine • 

Edward, Chillicothe, Ohio. Locomotive ash-pan <r 

Edward, Quincy, 111. Stove-lid pattern - - - 

Edwin W. (See Haag and Evans.) 

Elmer, et al. (See Hawley, William S., assignor.) 

Eugene E., Crystal Springs, Miss. Fruit-gatherer 

Frank W., assignor of one-half to J. M. Carter, Newburyport, Mass. Jewel or, 
-set box. 



355.391 
361.354 
367,281 

362,434 
371,502 
371,563 

371,564 

371,565 
371,566 

371,567 



355,814 
367,029 

360,147 

364,755 

373,771 

375.482 
372,790 

360,670 
357,310 
358.852 
374,867 
369,000 
362,825 
365,000 
368,576 



361,214 

366,160 
370,611 
359,923 
374,147 



Fred W. (See Adams, Elmon A., assignor.) 

Frederic H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dump-cart 

G. Frank, Somerville, Mass. Device for transmitting motion 

George, New York, N. Y. Artificial tooth-crown 

George, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of artificial tooth-crowns 
George, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of artificial tooth-crowns 



303,220 
371,182 

371,743 
374,296 
373.346 
373,347 
| 373,348 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



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xn 



Jan. 
Apr. 

July 



May 3 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 



Jan. 11 
July 26 



1234 
1801 

823 

1157 

879 

641 

2767 
2124 
1130 

2191 

22 

1248 

964 

2789 



1766 

1215 

1187 

1348 

712 

28 
1902 



131 
1386 
2111 

503 

1106 
1167 

11C9 

1171 
1172 

1174 



724 
1740 



Mar. 29 


2022 


Juno 14 


787 


Nov. 22 


2251 


Dec. 27 


1868 


Nov. 8 


762 


Apr. 5 


393 


Feb. 8 


827 


Mar. 8 


647 


Dec. 13 


997 


Aug. 30 


2395 


May 10 


1074 


June 21 


1251 


Aug. 23 


1793 



Apr. 12 

July 5 
Sept. 27 
Mar. 22 
Nov. 29 



May 17 
Oct. 11 



325 
472 

221 
310 
224 
167 

738 
550 
296 

586 
7 
334 
262 
749 



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305 

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189 

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205 



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Dec 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



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554 

3898 
2238 
2789 



1631 
G40 

1432 
174 
1609 
1609 
1610 



100 
215 
160 
200 
636 
291 
329 
477 



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\ 304 
149 
504 
563 
749 



428 

;i63 

104 

370 
45 
424 
425 
425 



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38 

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39 
38 

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39 
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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



101 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Evans, George W., AVest Union, W. Va. Tread-power . 

Evans, Hammond P. (See Allyn and Evans.) 

Evans, Henry A., Marshall, Tex. Roller cotton-press . . 



Evans, Irving A. (See Goodwin, John M., assignor.) 

Evans, John. (See Pearce, John P., assignor.) 

Evans, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace 

Evans, John A., and L. A. Teagle, Richmond, Ind. Sash-operator for greenhouses 

Evans, John W., Cleveland, Ohio. Treating cotton-seed .' 

Evans, Jonathan, el al. (See ICoolkebeck, Charles W. A., assignor.) 

Evans, Jonathan, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to D. H. Burrell, Little Palls, N. Y. 
Centrifugal separator 

Evans, Lewis J., Brooklyn, N. T. Check-book, &c 

Evans, Lyman H. (See Woodman and Evans.) 

Evans, Michael P., Chicago, Til. Album 

Evans, Priscilla. (See Evans, "William J., assignor.) 

Evans, Quimby N., Brooklyn, N. T. Elevator-indicator 

Evans, S. W., 'Jr. (See Glenn, Edmund L., assignor.) 

Evans, Samuel, and T. J. Davis, Joliet, Pa. Elevator-indicator 

Evans, Samuel W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Retainer for umbrella or parasol runners 

Evans, Thomas, Providence, R. I. Compound grate-bar 

Evans, Thomas, assignor of one-half to M. Feigel, New York, N. Y. Portable elevator 

Evans, Thomas S., and E. H. Bissett, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Machine for flatten-; 
ing the crimps of stove-pipe elbows $ 

Evans, Thomas S., and P. R. Jackes, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Knife-cleaning ma- 
chine 



Evans, W. Warrington, Washington, D. C. Telegraphic transmitter 372,841! 

374,047 
374,048 
374,046 



Evans, W. Warrington, Washington, D. C. Type-writing machine 

W. Warrington, Washington, D. C. Printing-surface 

W. Warrington, assignor to E. F. and T. L. Riggs, A-. T. Brice, J. A. Baker, and^ 
. Smith, Washington, D. C. Type-writing machine 

Warren C, and J. P. Smith, Exeter, N. H. Nailing-machine 

William, Providence, R. I. Cross-weaving mechanism . 

William, Philadelphia, Pa. Attachment for drilling-machines 

William J., assignor to P. Evans, Granville, N. Y. ' Car-coupling 

William L., Jr., Loogootee, Ind. Hay rake and loader 



Evans, 

Evans, 

H. A 

Evans, 

Evans, 
Evans, 

Evans, 

Evans, 

Evans, William S., Clyde, Ohio. Bulletin-board _ 

Evarts, Charles A., assignor to Bradley <fc Hubbard Manufacturing Company, Meriden, 

Conn. Shade-ring, &c 

Evarts, Charles A., "and E. Pisher, assignors to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Meriden, Conn. Suspension device 

Evarts, Edward S., et al. (See Hill, Christian C, assignor.) 

Evarts, John A., assignor to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company, Meriden, Conn. 

Suspension device 

Evatt, Edward L, La Grangeville, N. Y. Toy blow-gun 

Eve, Emma H, Lockhart, Tex. Artificial fruit, foliage, and flowers 

Evelyn, George P., Pall Mall, county of Middlesex, England. Spirit-level 

Evered & Company. (See Baker, Francis R., assignor.) 
(See Walker, Henry A., assignor.) 

Newark, Ohio. Jar-grinding machine 

New York, N . Y. Weather-strip for windows 

St. Ignace, Mich. Metallic hame-fastener 

Macedon, N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer 

Ma.ccdon, N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer 

(See McLe.od, Roderick A., assignor.) 

Everingham, Francis M., Syracuse, N. Y. Harrow 

Everingham, Francis M., assignor of one-fourth to N. H. Strong, Syracuse, N. Y. 
scraper 



Evered & Company. 
Everett, Edward H. 
Everett, Georce W. 
Everett, John'H. D 
Everett, Samuel H. 
Everett, Samuel H., 
Everett, Thomas B. 



Road- 



Everitt, Percival, London, England. Checking apparatus 

Everitt, Percival, London, England. Scarf 

Everitt, Percival, London, England. Apparatus for the delivery of a given quantity of/ 
liquid in exchange for a coin ' \ 

Everitt, Percival, London, England. Water or other closet, lavatory, &c 



Everitt, Percival, London, England. Coin-operated machine for testing muscular power . . 

Everitt, Percival, London, England. Coin-operated apparatus for indicating the force of a< 

blow i 

Everitt, Percival, London, England. Coin-operated lock 



Everitt, Percival, London, England, assignor to Automatic Selling Machine Company, of/ 
New York. Automatic vending apparatus (, 

Everitt, Percival, London, England, and D. H. W. J. O. Neale, New York, N. Y. Brake . . 

Everson, John Q., Pittsburg, Pa. Reversing rolling-mill '. 

Evetts, ThomasF., Leon Junction, Tex. Bobbin-winder for sewing-machines 

Evrard, Alfred, Paris, France, assignor to Corupagnie Anonyme des Forges de Chatillon et? 

Commentry. Eclipsing gun and armored well for the same $ 

Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Dodge, James M., assignor.) 
Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Ewart, William D., assignor.) 

Ewart, William D., Chicago, 111. Chain 

Ewart, William D., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Chain cable. 
Ewart, William D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, of Illinois. 

Testing chains 

Ewart, William D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, of Illinois. 

Testing chains 

Ewart, William D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Ewart Manufacturing Company, of iilinois. 

Testing-chaius 



No. 



371,830 



360,943 



366,657 
371,132 

360,768 



360,342 
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359,670 

360,518 

368,822 
363,615 
361,215 
363,616 

358,390 



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367,282 

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363,998 



368,200 
360,^01 
356,628 
357,376 
371,881 



357,377 

360,380 
359,924 
369,308 
371,257 

373,135 

374,049 

374,050 
374,785 

374,297 

374,786 
372,747 
368,760 
359,966 

374,148 
363,288 

371,744 

371,745 

372,609 



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Oct. 4 
Apr. 5 

Mar. 29 
Oct. 11 

Mar. 22 

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Apr. 12 

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May 3 
Nov. 8 

Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 

July 26 

June 7 
Dec. 6 
Aug. 23 

Dec. 27 

Jan. 11 

Oct. 25 

Sept. 6 



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Sept. 27 
May 24 
May 31 



Aug. 16 
Apr. 5 
Jan. 25 
Feb. 8 
Oct. 18 

Feb. 8 

Mar. 29 
Mar. 22 
Aug. 30 
Oct. 11 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 29 

Nov. 29 
Dec. 13 

Dec. 6 

Dec. 13 
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Oct. 18 

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2644 
2648 
2640 

2112 

265 

26 

2270 

1818 

1089 

2139 

265 



1642 
1774 
2369 
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1251 
569 

1913 
908 

1643 

910 

2960 

2239 

2811 

743 

1287 

2649 

2651 
880 

176 

881 

683 

2054 

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1717 

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1434 

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334 
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502 
239 
424 

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260 

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304 

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J 630 
I 631 

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710 
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473 
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713 



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912 

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526 

637 

1003 
1004 
1002 

422 

1139 

1051 

909 

1424 

219 

441 

1084 



1410 

1389 

944 

1022 



704 
107 
387 
599 
341 

600 

1483 

1345 

1026 

154 

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1004 
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1080 

1228 
608 
868 

1358 



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811 

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300 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ewer, William H. (See Phillips, "William, assignor.) 

Ewers, E. P. (See Eddy, John G., assignor.) 

Ewert, Otto, assignor of one-half to A. Deutschel, Cleveland, Ohio. Vapor-burner 

Ewig, John, assignor to J. L. Heiskell, Washington, D. C. Button and button-fastening. . 

Ewig, John, assignor to J. L. Heiskell, Washington, D. C. Garment clasp or fastener 

Ewing, Alvan B., Lewisburg, Tenn. Wheel - 

E wing, Alvan B. , Lewisburg. Tenn. Pin-support and link-adjuster for car-couplings 

Ewing, Andrews., and J. H. Heitmann, Lewisburg, Tenn. Gravity-latch 

Ewing, Rufus L., McCleary, Pa. Apparatus for raising dough 

Ewing, William H., Port Royal, Pa., assignor of one-half to D. McGarry and J. B. Zerbe, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Dumping mechanism for hoisting apparatus 

Eynou, William, and J. T. Davis, assignors to Diamond State Iron Company,Wilinington, 
Del. Manufacturing horseshoe-bars 

Eyster, Cyrus, and J. Bugh, Holcomb, 111. Harvesting-machine 

Excelsior Furniture Company. (See Abramson, Alfred C, assignor.) 

Excelsior Iron Works. (See Hewes, Lester W., assignor.) 

Excelsior Novelty Company. (See Stoddard, Oscar, assignor.) 

Exley, Henry, Franklin, Mass. Erictional driving-gear 

Exley, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. "Water-sprinkler 

Exner, "William, Harper's Ferry, assignor of one-half to C. H. "Wolfes, Martinsburg, "W. "Va. 
Cut-off and spout 

Ezell, Francis L„ Nashville, Tenn. Vehicle-spring 

Ezell, John S., Woodruffs, S. C. Insect-catching attachment for lamps 

Ezell, John S., Woodruff's, and S. B. Ezell, Spartanburg, S. C. Insect-trap 

Ezell, Samuel B. (See Ezell, John S. and S. B.) 

Fans, Rudolph, assignor to Standard Car Axle Lubricator Company, Chicago, HI. Car- 
axle lubricator 

Faas, Rudolph, assignor to Standard Car Axle Lubricator Company, Chicago, 111. Car- 
axle lubricator - - 

Faaseu, Elizabeth, New Orleans, La. Sunshade-handle 

Faatz, Charles W., and V. A. Calkins, Scranton, Pa. Device for sealing jaTs 

Faber, Eberhard. (See Mussinan, Oscar, Jr., assignor.) 

Faber, Eberhard. (See Schrag, Philip, assignor.) 

Fabric Fire Hose Company. (See Gillespie, James E., assignor.) 

Fabric Measuring and Packaging Company. (See Sutton, Andrew H., assignor.) 

Fabrique, Charles M. (See Davis, Gouverneur M., assignor.) 

Fackrell, H. Walter, Belleville, N. J. Head-rest for car-seats 



Fadum, Louis, Baltimore, Md. Meat-cutting machine 

Fagan, Barney, et al. (See Curry, John, assignor.) 

Fagley, Oliver M. (See Shinn and Fagley.) 

Fahey, Michael S., Brewer, Me. Wind-propeller 

Fahn'estock, John, Brooklyn, assignor to J. M. Hawkes, New York, and J. H. Ferguson, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Metallic printing- block for electrotype and stereotype plates 

Faile, Charles V. (See Chilton, Franklin H., assignor.) 

Faile, Charles V. (See Chilton, William W., assignor.) 

Fairbairn, Charles, Maybank, Clarendon Road, Sale, county of Chester, England. Machine 
for rolling projectiles - 

Fairbanks, Albert C, Boston, Mass. Banjo 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Lincoln, R. I. Making flies 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Lincoln, R. I. Machine for cutting files 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Lincoln, R. I. File 

Fairbanks, Crawford M., Lincoln, R. I. Machine for cutting the edges of flat files 

Fairbanks, Henry, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Machine for the manufacture of pulpware 

Fairbanks, Henry, St. Johnsbury, Vt., assignor to Feed Water Heater Company, Portland, 
Me. Feed-water heater 

Fairbanks, Henry B. (See Miller. Isaac, assignor.) 

Fairbanks, Herbert H., and AV. H. Coughlin, assignors to Worcester Electric Light Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Supporting-frame for electric lamps 

Fairbanks, Horace, et al. (See Whitney, Edwin R., assignor.) 

Fairbanks, Horatio W., Atlanta. Ga. Dust-trunk cleaner for cotton-openers 

Fairbanks, Thaddeus, assignor to Feed Water Heater Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Wa- 
ter-heater 

Fairbanks, William P., et al. (See Whitney, Edwin R., assignor.) 

Fairchild, Ben L., et al. (See Reeves, Peter B., assignor.) 

Fairchild, Charles B., et al. (See Noyes, Joseph P., assignor.) 

Fairchild, Charles G., Oberlin, Ohio. Gas-holder - 

Fairchild, Frank L., Mount Veraon, Ohio. Fence-post - 

Fence-post 

Fence-post and base 

Fence-post 

Fence-post and base 

Cigar-perforator 



No. 



361,934 
375,698 
375,699 
357,120 
370,184 
355,645 
367,201 

371,568 

367,380 
367,381 



364,997 
375,445 

362,917 
371,495 
356,629 
372,257 



371,258 



375,700 
370,459 
372,212 



365,248 
363.512 



372,368 
356,993 



365,980 
360,005 
365,249 



Fairchild, Frank L.. Mount Vernon, Ohio. 

Fairchild, Frank L., Mount Vernon, Ohio. 

Fairchild, Frank L., Mount Veraon, Ohio. 

Fairchild, Frank L., Mount Vernon, Ohio. 

Fairchild, Le Roy W., New York, N. Y. 

Fairchild, Nelson D., Du Bois, Pa. Washing-machine 

Fairfield, George A., Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Writing Machine Company, 

New York; N. Y. Type-writing machine - 

Fairfield Rubber' Company. (SeeHawley, Theodore, assignor.) 

Fairman, James, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for aerial photography 

Faith, Samuel. (See Natter, Jacob, assignor.) 

Falardeau, Dennis L., Cohoes. N. Y. Coal and ash sifter 

Falcetti, John. (See Meyer, Falcetti, and Harder.) 

Falcon, Joseph G., Chicago, 111. Pneumatic apparatus for cleaning strainers of submerged? 
lbs 



Fales, Amos, Rockfall, Conn. Carpenter's gage 

Fales, Eben C, Foxborongh, Mass. Temporary binder 

Fales & Jenks Machine Company, et al. (See jenks, Alvin F., assignor.) 
Falk, Max. (See Seek and Falk'.) 

Falk, Theodore. Chicago, 111. Metallic piston-rod packing 

Fall Mountain Paper Company. (See Smith, Richard, assignor.) 

Fallgatter, John A., Huron, Dak. Ter. Fire-escape 

Fallis, George T., St. Joseph, Mo. Automatic elevator-gate 

Fallis, George T., St. Joseph, Mo. Device for unbuttoning shoes, &c 

Fallon, John F., St. Louis, Mo. Carriage-door 

Fallon, John F., St. Louis, Mo. Gear iron for carriages 



367,382 
371,184 
374,051 
364,096 

371,048 



356,580 
365,175 
361,003 



357,276 
356,995 
361,497 
362.435 



362.436 
302.437 
367,800 
362,372 



366,084 
367,610 
370,185 

374,952 

365,804 
359,141 



Date. 



371,309 



375,701 
358,654 
361,151 
372,847 
373,227 



Apr. 
Dee. 

Dec. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
July 



Oct. 18 

Aug. 2 
Aug. 2 



June 14 
Dec. 27 

May 10 

Oct. 11 

Jan. 25 

Oct. 25 



Oct. 11 

Dec. 27 
Sept. 27 

Oct, 25 



June 21 

May 24 

Nov. 1 
Feb. 1 



July 5 
Mar. 29 
June 21 
Aug. 2 
Oct. 11 
Nov. 29 
May 31 

Oct. 4 



Jan. 25 
June 21 
Apr. 12 



Feb. 8 
Feb. l 
Apr. 19 
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3 
3 
9 
3 



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volume. 



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May 

July 






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Aug. 2 
Sept, 20 

Dec. 20 

July 5 
Mar. 8 

Oct. 11 

Dec 27 
Mar. 1 
Apr. 12 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 15 1445 



2214 
2161 
2182 

557 
1266 

476 
1982 

1176 

32 
32 



1145 

1822 

1206 
1070 
1914 
2207 



745 

2183 
1659 
2140 



1521 
2014 

127 
348 



318 

2376 

1523 

34 

641 
2653 
2H79 

457 



1836 

1415 

883 



779 
351 

1572 
505 
506 
508 
683 
421 

453 

368 

1267 

IMS 

65 
1038 



814 

2184 
350 

1107 
857 



575 
507 
567 
144 
336 
127 
535 

306 



300 
476 

323 

279 
502 
565 



191 

568 
442 
549 



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• 397 

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397 

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115 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



103 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Falls, Alonzo, assignor to himself and A. G. Cumnock, Lowell, Mass. Top-flat-strippingj 
mechanism for carding-maehines < 

Falls, Alonzo, assignor of one-half to A. G. Cumnock, Lowell, Mass. Mechanism for strip- 
ping the top-flats of oardiug-ongines 

Falls Rivet Company. (See Babeock, Erskine L., assignor.) 

Falls Rivet Company. (See Slayton, George A., assignor.) 

Fanehust, Ivor N., Lee, 111. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Fanouff, Augustus, Troy, N. Y. Car-brake 

Fanning, David H. (See Bray, Morris P., assignor.) 

Fanning, David H., Worcester, Mass. Corset 

Fanning, James, Salem, Mass. Combined wardrobe-hook and shade-fixture 

Fanning, John T., Minneapolis, Minn. Door and jamb 

Fanning, Jolm T., Minneapolis, Minn. Partition or beam 

Faraday Electric Cable Company. (See Jaques, John T., assignor.) 

Farbak'y, Stefan, and S. Schenek, Schemuitz, Austria-Hungary. Positive-pole plate for 
secondary batteries or accumulators ." 

Farbenfabriken, vonnals Friodr. Bayer & Co. (See Bayer, Friedrich, assignor.) 

Farbenfabriken, vonnals Ft. Bayer & Co. (See Dinsberg, Carl, assignor.)' 

Farliwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining. (See TTIlricli, Eduard, assignor.) 

Fardy, John A., Brooklyn, N. T. Gas-meter 

Farel, James H., Buffalo, N. T. Trunk 

Fargo, Frank B., Lake Mills, Wis. Cream-testing churn 

Fargo, Frank M., Chicago, 111. Felt boot 

Fargue, Robert H., Brooklyn, N. T, Trass 

Farias, Heraclio, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Cigar 

Farias, Heraclio, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Manufacturing tobacco for cigars 

Farley, Cyrus H., Portland, Me. Eyeglasses 

Farley, Cyrus H., Portland, Me. Eyeglasses 

Farley, Frank, Washington, Kans. Atmospheric churn 

Farlin, Dudley. (See Browne, James F., assignor.) 

Farmer, Edward H., Gilroy, Cal. Vise 

Farmer, Henry, Richmond, Ind. Fence-machine . 

Fanner, James, Salford, county of Lancaster, England. Machine for measuring and mark- 
ing cloth 



Farmer, James C, Providence, R. I., and C. A. Shaw, Boston, Mass. Car-signal . 
Farmer, Luther C, assignor of one-half to M. Van Normann and H. L. Egoll, Minneapolis, 

Minn. Double-acting force-pump . 

Farmer, Moses G., Eliot, Me. Method of and apparatus for signaling through submarine 

cables 



Farmer, Thomas, Oil City, Pa. Car-coupling 

Farmer, Thomas, J. A. F. Bovard, and F. DrMoon, Oil City, assignors of part to J. B. Sipe 
and W. M. Gibbs, Allegheny, Pa. Car-coupling 

Farmers Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Stoddard, E. Fowler, assignor.) 

Farnan, Joseph I'. (See Kennedy, John H., assignor.) 

Farner, Conrad, Milwaukee, Wis. Wrench 

Farncr, Frank J., assignor of one-half to D. B. Bridgman, Armourdale, Kans. Double- 
seaming machine - . . 

Farnham, Charles A., Audubon, Iowa. Obstetrical instrument 

Farnham, Isaiah H., Maiden, assignor to New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 
Boston, Mass. Electric-instrument protector . 

Farnham, Isaiah II., Maiden, Mass., assignor to New England Telephone Company, New 
York, N. Y. Telephone apparatus 

Farnham, Isaiah H, Maiden, assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. 
Electric-circuit changing and signaling apparatus - - - 

Farnham, Isaiah H., Maiden, assignor to American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. 
Electro-magnetic arresting and releasing mechanism _.' 

Farnham, Willard H., Minneapolis, and C. B. Askew, St. Paul, Minn. Alarm for the pro- 
tection of graves 

Farnham, Willard H., Minneapolis, and C. B. Askew, St. Paul, Minn. Life detecting and 
preserving apparatus 

Farr, Hiram G. (See Dodd, Charles H., assignor.) 

Farquhar, Francis, M. J., and II. B., Wilmington, Ohio. Heater 

Farquhar, Henry B. (See Farquhar, Francis, M. J., and H. B.) 

Farquhar, Milton J. (See Farquhar, Francis, M. J., and II. B.) 

Farrand, Samuel A. (See Baldwin and Bradford, assignors.) 

Farrand & Votey Organ Company. (See Schwesinger and Courville, assignors.) 

Farrar, Arthur, and W. P. Elliott, Chicago, HI. Automatic lock for gates 

Farrar, Benjamin F., San Francisco, Cal. Folding bed 



Farrar, Benjamin F., San Francisco, Cal. Mattress 

Farrar, Chilion M. , Buffalo, N. Y. Link for steam-engines 

Farrar, Frederick. (See Greenwood and Farrar.) 

Farrar, J. Hamilton, Chicago, 111. Electric railway-signal 

Farrel, John, New York, N. Y. Compound welded plate for burglar-proof safes, &c. 

Fanell, Frank M., Cobden, 111. Gate 

Farrell, Franklin. (See Man, James H., assignor.) 

Farrell, James P., New York, N. Y. Combined bedstead and table 



Farrell, Michael, and T. H. Casey, assignors to Co-Operative Stove Work 

Parlor stove _ 

Farrell, Thomas F., Patorson, N. J. Engine-valve 

Farrell, William T., Chicago, 111. Gage for moldings 



Troy, N.-Y.^ 



Ferrenburg, James P. , Oak, Nebr. Churn 

Farrin, John, Mai tiusburg, W. Va. Screw-punch 

Farrington, Cleopatra K., Everett, Mass. Abdominal supporter... 

Farris, William II., Rock Island, 111. Steam-generator 

Farrow, Jonathan, et al. (See Koehler, William H., assignor.) 

Farrow, W. Milton, Brattlehorough, Vt. Breech-loading fire-arm . . 



Farson, Enoch S., Philadelphia, Pa. Chair-commode 

Farwell, Pulaski, Fredericksville, 111., assignor of one-third to J. B. Johnston, Anthony, 
Kans. Lever for wagon-brakes. 



No. 

365,250 
309,414 



356,110 
369,847 

366,658 

367,202 
358,027 
371,931 



359,248 



355,516 
358,737 
369,782 
371,746 
371,441 
368,463 
368.464 
373,349 
37:1,35(1 
362,373 



362,262 
358,441 



355,517 
373,063 

374,400 

361,498 
364,914 

372,610 



355,444 



359,857 

365,913 

300,570 
373,519 
375,543 
375,544 
356,756 
357, 190 
366,944 



355,51s 

366,311 

366,312 
370,938 



369,929 



365,300 
367,710 



355,760 



355,688 

367,283 

360,213 

367,284 
374,464 
365,805 

364,103 

372,213 
357,91 I 



365,737 



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June 


21 


Sept. 


6 


Jan. 
Sept. 


18 
13 


July 
July 
Feb. 
Oct. 


19 
26 
22 
25 


Mar. 


15 


Jan. 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention . 



Farwell, Pulaski, Fredericksville, 111., assignor of one-third to J. B. Johnston, Anthony, 
Kans. Car-coupling 

Fasoldt, Ernest C, assignor of one-half to 0. W. Meyrowitz, Albany, N. Y. Flexible stand- 
ard and conductor for electric lights 

Fassett, Edgar S., Albany, N. Y. Construction of railway-tracks 

Fassett, Francis K., St. Louis, Mo. Means for operating elevator-hatchways 

Fast, Francis R., et al. (See Mills, George W., assignor.) 

Fatjo, John, Santa Clara, Cal. Sulphur-sprinkler 

Fauber, W. H. Harry, Marshfield, Ind. Fence-building machine 

Faucett, Henry, et al. (See Hamilton, Frederick R., assignor.) 
Faucher, Mollie J. (See "Wilcox, Henry K. W., assignor.) 

Fausek, Alexander V., St. Louis, Mo. 'Piston-packing; 

Leather-splitting machine 

Chill for car- wheels 



Faustmann, George, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Faught, Luther R. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Chill for car- wheels. 
Chill for car- wheels. 



Faught, Luther R., Philadelphia, Pa, 
Faught, Luther R., Philadelphia, Pa, 
Faulkner, George S., and G. K. Pope, Indianapolis, Ind. Gas pressure-regulator and cut- 



off . 



Fauntleroy, John B., and C. S. Osborn, De Kalb, Mo. Washing-machine 

Faure, Camille A., New York, N. Y., assignor to Electrical Accumulator Company, of New 
York. Inclosing-cell for electric batteries - 

Faurot, Benjamin C. (See Jaeger, Gustav L., assignor.) 

Faust, Daniel H, Chicago, HI., assignor to F. H. Morris, Cleveland, Ohio. Lamp-carrier.. 

Fautz, Charles A., Newark. N. J. Sleeve-button 

Favel, Charles H., Oberlin, Ohio. Hose-support 

Favel, Charles H. and C. A., Oberlin, Ohio. Hose storing and drying device ._. 

Favel, Charlie A. (See Favel, Charles H. and C. A.) 

Favell, Thomas M., et al. (See Dixon and Thompson, assignors.) 

Favre Freres. (See Favre, Louis C, assignor.) 

Favre, Louis C, Cormoret, assignor to Favre Freres, Neuveville, Switzerland. Stem-wind- 
ing watch - - - 

Favreau, Joseph. (See Massa, Gustav H, assignor.) 

Fawcett, Henry, Kidderminster, county of Worcester, England. Manufacturing bordered 
carpets and other fabrics 

Fawcett, John, West Union, Iowa. Window-blind 

Fawcett, Thomas C, St. Clairsville, Ohio. Force-pump 

Fay, Charles P., assignor to L. S. Starrett, Athol, Mass. Leg-joint for calipers, dividers, 



No. 



&c. 



Fay, Henry C, Worcester, Mass. Railway-car 

Fay, Jasper, Westborough, Mass. Machine for clearing and working roads 
Fay, Lewis G. (See Dorrington, John W., assignor.) 
Fay, Rirmnon C, assignor to G. Draper & Sons, Hopedale, Mass. Support for spinning- ' 
spindles . 



Fay, Thomas F., Danbury, Conn. Fur-blowing machine 

Fay, William H., Camden, N. J. Roofing 

Fay, William H., Camden, N. J. Water-proof composition for paper 

Faye, Alonzo G., Jr., Natick, Mass. Bathing-shoe 

Fearon, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Electric switch-register - 

Feathers, Sarah L., Prairie City, Iowa. Compound for bleaching potatoes, &c 

FeatherstoD, Giles W., Cedartown, Ga. Cotton-chopper 

Fechtman, Lewis F., New York, N. Y. Ornamental fabric 

Feder, George. (See Basch, Henry L., assignor.) 

Fee, John, assignor to C. Salter, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Alarm-bell and lock 

Fee, William R., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Folding table 

Fee, William R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Split pulley - 

Fee, William R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Belt-rest - 

Fee, William R., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cotton Seed 

Oil and Huller Company, Memphis, Tenn. ' Hopper 

Feed Water Heater Company. (See Fairbanks, Henry, assignor.) 

Feed Water Heater Company. (See Fairbanks, Thaddeus, assignor.) 

Feelemver, Griffith. (See Sanner, William M., assignor.) 

Feeley.'ThomasW., assignor of two-thirds to W. R. Perce and J. J. Keegan, Providence, 

R. I. Bicycle- 

Fegley, W. (See Bastian, Albert D., assignor.) 

Feige, Ernest, East Saginaw, Mich. Street-railway rail 

Feigel, Morris. (See Evans, Thomas, assignor.) 
Feigenspan, Christian. (See Jacob, Frederick, assignor.) 

Feigly, David, Med way, Ohio. Nursery tree-digger 

Fein, Louise D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Fire-escape 

Felbel, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Metallic fastener 

Feldges, Robert E., New York, N. Y. Mechanical movement 

Feldkamp, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Chair-guide 

Feldman, Bernhard J., and W. H. Reese, Jr., Franklin, Pa. Advertising-clock. 



365,738 

375,702 
363,513 

374.243 

360,57i 
359,778 



358,442 
374,401 

365,589 

365,590 
365,914 

369.445 
364,000 

366,717 

362,069 
360,671 
355,924 
360,006 



358,969 



364,711 
357,277 
362,263 

375.703 
363.378 
355,519 



373,650 
369,699 
362,732 
369,700 
363,377 
359.067 
373,448 
368,082 
359,142 



Felix, Numa J., New York, N. Y. Watch-case spring - - 

Felix, Numa J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Watch-case spring 

Fell, Ebner M., Springfield, Mass. Radiator-support 

Fell, George E., Trenton, N. J. Refrigerator . ." - 

Fell, George E., Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for producing artificial respiration 

Fell, Thomas M.. Tenalfy, N. J. Relief- valve for engine-cylinders - 

Fellers, Noah. McComb, Ohio. Screw-driver 

Fellows, Alvah L., assignor of two-thirds to A. J. Lovejoy and G. W. Rogers, Litchfield, 
Mich. Road-cart 

Fellows, E. T., et al. (See Wise, Morris, assignor.) 

Fellows, Frank, et al. (See Ballard, James, assignor.) 

Fellows, Henry. (See Busfield and Fellows.) 

Fellows, Henry. (See Haselton, Charles W., assignor.) 

Fellows, Henry, Haverhill, Mass. Seam-pressing machine 

Fellows, Henry, and J. Busfield, Haverhill, Mass., assignors to Kenoza Seam-Pressing Ma- 
chine Company, Kin gston, N. H. Seam-pressing machine 

Fellows, Moses H., Salisbury, N. H. Individual (ire-escape 



362,151 

357,074 
367,509 
369,173 

356,581 



371,747 
364,502 



370,690 
372,526 
359,671 
368,083 
355,689 



360,955 

361,752 
372,018 
360.869 
364,809 
374.402 
357,191 
355,392 

363,221 



375,417 

374,403 
370,612 



Date. 



Juno 28 

Dec. 27 

May 24 
Dec. 6 

Apr. 5 
Mar. 22 



Mar. 1 
Dec. 6 

June 28 

June 28 
July 5 

Sept. 6 
May 31 

July 19 

May 3 
Apr. 5 
Jan. 11 
Mar. 29 



Mar. 8 



June 14 
Feb. 8 
May 3 

Dec. 27 

May 24 
Jan. 4 



Nov. 22 
Sept. 13 
May 10 
Sept. 13 
May 24 
Mar. 8 
Nov. 22 
Aug. 9 
Mar. 8 

May 3 
Feb. 1 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 30 

Jan. 25 



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June 7 



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Nov. 1 
Mar. 22 
Aug. 9 
Jan. 11 

Apr. 12 

Apr. 26 
Oct. 25 
Apr. 12 
June 14 
Dec. 6 
Feb. 8 
Jan. 4 

May 17 



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Dec. fi 
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2185 

2046 

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273 

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290 



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536 

943 

537 

1835 

944 

1769 

1079 

1039 

136 

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229 

2630 

1838 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, anil invention. 



Fellows, "William H. (See Parsons, Isaac B., assignor.) 

Felt, Dorr E., assignor to himself and C. "W. Foster, Chicago, 111. Adding-machino 

Felt, Dorr E., assignor to himself and C. W. Foster, Chicago, 111. Adding-niacbine 

Felt' Granville P. (See Haselton and Felt.) 

Felt, John H., and 0. King, assignors of one-half to J. S. Clift and S. W. Felt, Greenfield J 

In'rT. Fence-loom > 

Felt, Sylvester W., et al. (See Felt and King, assignors.) 

Felton, Charles E., assignor to himself and H. A. Streeter, Chicago, 111. Heating and ven-£ 

tilating prisons or other buildings - > 

Felton, Emerson C, assignor, hy mesne assignments, to W. C. Sexton, Chicago, 111. Bus 



tie. 



Pail- 



Inking apparatus for printing-machines 

Sheet-delivery apparatus for printing-machines.. 



Pail way-spike 



Fender William, Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic. Wheel with endless rail 

Fenderson, George S., assignor to Lowell Machine Shop, Lowell, Mass. Drop-wire stop- 
motion mechanism for warpers - - 

Fpnlason. Orrin C, Montague, Mich. Machine for cutting round blocks 

Fennell, Martin, Skaneateles, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Fennell, Timothy H., Apulia, assignor of one-half to A. H. Schwarz, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Fennell, Timothy H., Apulia, assignor of one-half 'to A. H. Schwarz, Syracuse, N. Y. Pail- 

Fenn'elT, Timothy H.~ Apulia, assignor of one-half to A. H. Schwarz, Syracuse, N. Y. Pail- 
way-gate - - 

Fenner, Augustus M., Linesville, Pa. Treadle-movement 

Fenner, George P., New London, Conn. Universal joint 
Fenner, George P., New London, Conn. 

Fenner, George P., New London, Conn. 

Fenner, Henry S., Fall River, Mass. Slasher 

Fenner, Richard E., assignor to C. K. Giles, Chicago. 111. Watch-case. . - 
Fennerty, John M., assignor of one-tenth to R. Walsh, Washington, D. C 
Fennessy, Edward H. (See Butman, Fred P., assignor.) 
Fenno, I., el al. (See Howe, Patrick, assignor.) 

Fensom, John, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hydraulic elevator - 

Fenton, Ephraim C, Kansas City, Mo. Combined sliding or roller coaster 

Fenwick, B. Carlvle. (See Landvoigt and Fcnwick.) 

Ferguson, AlvahP., Dexter, Mich. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Ferguson, Arthur C, Saratoga, N. Y. Signal and pyrotechnic electric light 

Ferguson, D. M. (See Winston, Alexander, assignor.) 
Ferguson, Daniel K. (See Hall, Michael C, assignor.) 

Ferguson, George, Troy, N. Y. Paper-making machine 

Ferguson, George J., Greenville, Tex. Car-coupling - 

Ferguson, George J., assignor of one-eighth to S. Brauthoffer and E. F. Stahl, Greenville, 

Tex. Rail-joint - 

Ferguson, George J., assignor of one-eighth to E. F. Stahl, S. Brauthoffer, Greenville, and 

A. L. Downer, Pittsburg, Tex. Car-coupling 

Ferguson, George J., assignor of one-eighth to E. F. Stahl, S. Branthoffer, Greenville, and 

A. L. Downer, Pittsbnrs, Tex. Car-door 

Ferguson, George J. , assignor of one-eighth to E. F. Stahl, S. Branthoffer, Greenville, and 
A?L. Downer, Pittsburg, Tex. Car-door 

Ferguson, George J., assignor of one-eighth to E. F. Stahl, S. Branthoffer, Greenville, and; 
A. L. Downed Pittsburg, Tex. Continuous recording-seal and door-fastener . : 

Ferguson, James. (See Rice. David H., assignor.) 

Ferguson, James H., et al. (See Fahnestock, John, assignor.) 

Ferguson, James H., Brooklyn, assignor to Lovejoy, Son & Co., New York, N. Y. Ma- 
chine for tenoning and dovetailing - 

Ferguson, John H.. Albion, Mich. Book-support 

Ferguson, Robert G., Saratoga, N- Y. Steam-generator 

Ferguson, Robert G., assignor of one-half to O. A. Day, Saratoga, N. Y. Combined steam 
generator and radiator - 

Ferguson, Thomas, Parkersburg, Iowa. Combined hammock-support and canopy-top . . . 

Ferguson, Thomas, Parkersburg, assignor to A. A. Hershey, Allison, and M. E. llgen, 
Parkersburg, Iowa. Stock-salter - 

Ferguson, Thomas, and W. W. Cartner, assignors to S. P. Heartt and R. D. Owen, Park- 
ersburg, Iowa. Flying target 

Fergusson, John, Kansas City, Mo. Cut-off and delivery table for brick or tile machines. 

Feris. Warren W., et al. (See Vanover, Joseph M., assignor.) 
. Kerrall, Thomas P., Boston, Mass. Anti-friction bearing for pulley-blocks 

Ferrall, Thomas P.. Boston, Mass. Snatch-block - - 

Ferrel. John, Zanesville, Ohio. Combined ladder-truck and hose-carriage 

Ferrell, Flavel M., Toccopola, Miss. Scale-beam 

Ferren, Daniel M., Taunton, Mass. Sash-fastener - 

Ferrenburg, Jonathan P., La Forge, Mo. Shingle-machine 

Ferres, Jeffrey T., Richford, Vt. Machine for making veueer dishes 

Ferrill, James G. (See Newton and Ferrill.) 

Ferriott, Charlie L., Armour, Tex. Combined cotton chopper and cultivator 

Ferris, Benjamin D., Peekskili, N. Y. Stove-plate fastening - 

Ferris, Henry M., and W. Gallon; said Ferris assignor to M. E. Ferris, Village Mills, Tex. 
Log-turner - 

Ferris, Mary E. (See Ferris and Gallon, assignors ) 

Ferry, Dexfor M. (See Morrow, George L. K, assignor.) 

Ferry, Joseph B., Martin, near Lincoln, county of Lincoln, England. Stereoscope 

Ferry, Thomas, Wilmington, Del. Head-rest - 

Fers't, Charles, Louisville, Ky. Peclining-chair - - - 

Fertick, Benjamin F. , assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Gas-regulator 

Fertick, Benjamin F., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Gas-regulator 

Fertick, Benjamin F., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey. Columbus, Ohio. Sponge-cup 

Fertig, OttoS., New York, N. Y. Connection hanger for electrotyping apparatus 

Fertig, Otto S., New York, N. Y. Portable railway-switch 

Fesler, Paul, assignor of one-fourth to W. H. Fesler, Salem, Ohio. Nut-lock 

Fesler, William H. (See Fesler. Paul, assignor.) 

Fetzer, James J., Columbiana, Ohio. Running-gear for vehicles 



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371,496 

361,582 
370,011 



375,318 
373,887 



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July 19 
Oct. 11 

Apr. 19 
Sept. 13 



Dec. 20 
Nov. 29 



359,014 Mar. 8 880 
363,222 May 17 1633 
356,932 F*eb. 1 260 



364,165 

361,166 

364,167 
363,289 
364.503 
372,214 

374,465 

365,591 
365.981 
371,185 



362,070 
372,306 

362,733 
370,052 



357,474 
361,867 

374,529 

356,111 

356,307 

356,308 
360,285 



368,761 

356,826 
356,827 

370,012 
363,223 

361,621 

367,748 
375,319 

358,028 
373.972 
360.286 
357,658 
362,152 
374,953 
364.404 



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1071 



1695 



1008 



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2419 



May 31 



360.214 
374,666 

362,826 



366,823 
357,915 
357,955 
366,622 
368,331 
375.057 
360,672 
371.748 
375.704 



2984 

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419 

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319 
641 



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1071 



1051 
2125 

515 

1181 

1446 

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112 
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June 7 



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Apr. 


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Aug. 


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353 

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FeD. 15 

Feb. 15 

July 12 

Aug. 16 

Dec. 20 

Apr. 5 

Oct. 18 

Dec. 27 



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INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fezandi6, Joseph H., New York, N. Y. Card-list 

Feys, Oscar C, Tonrnai, Belgium. Music-leaf turner 

Fiedler, John M. , Wentzviile, Mo. Horse-detacher 

Field, Lovass. (See Lang, John C, assignor.) 

Field, Lovasso, ctal. (See Clague, William H. H., assignor.) 

Field, Millard F., Chelsea, Mass. Vertical loom 

Field, Millard F., Chelsea, Mass., assignor to American Spindle Company, Saco, Me. 



Loom- 



shuttle . 



Field, Millard F., Chelsea, Mass., assignor to American Spindle Company, Saco, Me. Loom- 
shuttle - 

Field, Millard F., Chelsea, Mass., assignor to American Spindle Company, Saco, Me. Loom- 
shuttle - 

Field, Peuben S., et al. (See Bheem, John H., assignor.) 



Heating-drum for furnaces and stoves - 

Mail-bag fastener 

Child's tray 

Regulator for electric currents 

Electrically-propelled vehicle- 



Field, Samuel A., Putnam, Conn. 

Field, Samuel A., Putnam, Conn. 

Field, Samuel A., Putnam, Conn. 

Field, Stephen D., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Field, Stephen D., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Field, Stephen D., assignorto himself and J. Anderson, New York, N. Y. Transmitter for 
printing-telegraphs 

Field, Stephen D., assignor to Commercial Telegram Company, New York, N. Y. Print- 
ing-telegraph 

Field, W. H. (See Lane, William J., assignor.) 

Field, William, assignor of one-half to E. B. English and H. Mclnnes, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Furnace and burner for burning hydrocarbon oil . 

Field, William P., and L. E. Hogue, Greenville, Pa. Cut-off for gas 

Fielding, James, Steubenville, Ohio. Nail-plato feeder . 

Fields, Morton P. (See Shepard and Fields.) 

Fifield, Alfred P. and W. L., assignors of one-half to W. G. Fifleld, Augusta, Me. Measur- 
ing-pump 

Fifield, John W. P., North Brookfiehl, Mass., assignor to Stoddard Crimping Machine 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Crimping-machine 

Fifield, Levi W., and A. I. Jacobs, Worcester, Mass., assignors to Smythe Manufacturing 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Book-binding '. 



Fifield, Levi W., and A. I. Jacobs, Worcester, Mass., assignors to Smythe Manufacturing 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Book-sewing machine » 

Fifield, Walter L. (See Fifield, Alfred P. and W. L.) 

Fifield, William G. (See Fifield, Alfred P. and W. L., assignors.) 

Fike, Donaphon M., Des Moines, Iowa. Signal for open railway switches and bridges 

Filer, William H., Grove City, Pa. Padlock... 

Filley, Charles H. (See O'Keefe and Filley. ) 
Filley, Samuel P. (See Long, Filley, and Euggles.) 
Fillies;, Peter. (See Monnin and Filliez.) 

Filmer, Williain, San Francisco, Cal. Clamp for securing stereotype-plates 

Filson, Charley F., Point Pleasant, W. Va. Gutter-box for tinners 

Finch, I. N., et al. (See Downer, William S., assignor.) 

Finch, John M., assignor to Knickerbocker Company, Jackson, Mich. Dust-collector 

Finch, Thomas F. N., Worcester, county of Worcester, England, assignorto J. W.McCrillis, 

Providence, P. I. Furniture-nail 

Finch, William S. (See Brisley and Finch.) 

Finch, William S., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Shirt 

Finck, John, Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Fifth-wheel 

Findeisen, Frederick, Forgus Falls, Minn. Harrow 

Findeisen, William, Foi'gus Falls, Minn. AVagon-axle . 

Findlay, Peter P., and A. Mclnnis, Donald, British Columbia, Canada. Apparatus for 

operating pumps 

Findley, James W., Dallas, Tex. Thill-coupling 

Findling, Valentine, Tipton, Ind. Anchor for fence-posts 

Finger, Alexander, and W. Menzel, assignors to A. Finger & Co., Berlin, Germany. 

Printing bronze on plush 

Finger &. Co., A. (See Finger and Menzel, assignors.) 

Fink, John B., Schnecksvilie, Pa. Thill-coupling 

Finks, Alberto, New Berlin, N. Y. JBroom-holder 



Finks, Alberto, New Berlin, N. Y. Road digger and scraper 

Finley, Charles A., Holton, Kans. Nut-lock . 

Finley, Clement B., et al. (See Arp, Peter A., assignor.) 
Finley, Frank H., et al. (See Ennis, Henry J., assignor.) 

Finley, John P., and J. D. Smith, Washington, D. C. Helio-telegraph 

Finley, William L., and H. B. Kirkwood, Washington, D. C. Game-board 

Finnegan, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Meat-hook support or bracket 

Finnell, William T., assignor of one-half to N. B. Wilson, Oakland City, Ind. 
machine 



Ditching- 



Finney, Henry E. (See Prentiss, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Finney, Henry E., Chicago, 111. Tuning-pin setter 

Finney, John B. (See James, John E., assignor.) 

Fiorini, Podolphns T., New York, N. Y. Strin god-in strnment holder 

Firm, Joseph L., Jersey City, N. J. Printing-machine - 

Firm, Joseph L., Jersey City, N. J. Rotary printing-machine . 

Firman, Leroy B., Chicago, 111. Electric call-box 

Firuhaber, Carl W., Paris, France. Corsct-sti lienor 

Firth, Edward G., et al. (See Firth, Thomas P., assignor.) 

Firth, Edwin, Troy, N. Y. Vehicle-axle 

Firth. Sidney, Leeds, county of York, England. Apparatus for checking and recording) 
cash received .y 

Firth, Sidney, Leeds, county of York, England. Apparatus for checking and recording? 
cash received $ 

Firth, Thomas P., assignor of two-thirds to J. M. Peed and E. G. Firth, Newport, Ky. j 
Gas-regulator | 



No. 



373,279 

361,816 
372,902 



371,569 
360,572 
360,573 
360,574 



360.575 
363,130 
368,389 



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375,346 

365,982 

370,691 



370,251 
361.684 
372,307 



370,613 
363,055 
361,152 
370,400 



369,001 
366,387 



374,667 
357,075 

370,533 

370,614 

372,019 
364.234 
365,677 
355,003 



363,617 
358,443 
362,501 

363,131 

368,143 
361,153 

367,968 

367,203 



360,425 
356,870 
361,154 

360,870 

360,871 

361,817 
366,388 
374,355 
375,617 
359,015 

365,376 
366,389 



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Apr. 26 
Nov. 1 



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May 17 
Apr. 12 
Sept. 27 



Aug. 30 
July 12 



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Feb. 1 

Sept. 27 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 25 
June 7 
June 28 
Jan. 4 

May 24 
Mai-. 1 
May 10 

May 17 

Aug. 9 

Apr. 12 

Aug. 9 
July 26 

Apr. 5 
Fed). 1 
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July 12 
Dec. 6 
Dec. 27 
Mar. 8 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fischbeek, Detmer. (See Wahra, Adolph, assignor.) 
Fischer, Benedict, et al. (See Marion, Joseph, assignor.) 
Fischer, Clemens. (See Trehau, Frank, assignor.) 

Fischer, Engelbert, Chicago, 111. Brake mechanism for sawing-niachines 

Fischer,' Prank X. (See Mitchell and Fischer.) 

Fischer, Frederick. (See Zelly, John, assignor.) 

Fischer, Frederick J. W., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Eagle Fcncil Company, New XotIc, 

N. Y. Holder for pens, pencils, &c - 

Fischer, Georg, Nuremberg, Bavaria. Germany. Play with rotating gig 

Fischer, Henry, Ne \v York, N. Y. Steam rock-drill 

Fischer, Johan G., Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. Tool-handle 

Fischer, John, Louisville, Ky. Harness saddle and pad - 

Fischer, John, Louisville, Ky. Harness-loop 

Fischer, Joseph, Cleveland, Ohio. Burglar-proof safe 

Fischer, Louis, New York, N. Y. Scarf attachment 

Fischer, Philipp, assignor to C. W. Mead, Stoughton, Mass. Criniping-machino 

Fischer, Samuel. (See Obcrsky and Fischer.) 

Fischer, Wilhelm, and T. Stielil, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Prussia, Germany. Draft-regulator 

for furnaces - - 

Fischer, Wilhelm M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cork-fastener - 

Pish, Burton M., Hamburg, N. Y. Drawers supporter and gatherer = 

Fish, Frederick P., trustee. (See Roper, Charles F., assignor.) 

Fish, George M., Chicago, and C. J. F. Kraft, Joliet, 111. Wire-nail machine 

Fish , Oren, Cleveland, Ohio. Brush 

Fish, Oren, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor of one-half to G. H. Kingsley. Brush 

Fish, Warren L., Newark, N. J. Lantern supporting aim for bicycles 

Fish William, and I. Deeter, Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Tool-holder 

Fisher A. Park, assignor of one-half to G. W. Pfost, Fair Plain, W. Va. Rein-support 

Fisher, Alfred A., and A. J. Hart, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to Pacific Tucking and Man- 
ufacturing Company, San Francisco, Cal. Motor 

Fisher, Alfred A., anil A. J. Hart, Brooklyn, N. Y, assignors to Pacific Tucking and Man? 
nfacturing Company, San Francisco, Cal. Sewing-machine S 

Fisher, Alonzo P., et al. (See Sharood, William H., assignor.) 

Fisher, Andrew J. (See Van Home and Fisher.) 

Fisher, Charles, assignor of one-half to G. B. Burnett, Manitowoc, Wis. Gate for bridges. 

Fisher, Charles, Manitowoc, Wis., assignor to Sun Gas Light Company, of Wisconsin. 
Marking-stick 

Fisher, Charles, and G. B. Burnet, Manitowoc, Wis. Hinge 

Fisher, Charles H. (See Hallowell, Albert, assignor.) 

Fisher, Charles H., Lowell, Mass. Spindle-driving mechanism for spinning-machines 

Fisher, Charles H., Lowell, Mass. Spinning-spindle and support therefor 

Fisher, Charles H., assignor to Lowell Machine Shop, Lowell, Mass. Sizing-vat 

Fisher, Clark, Trenton, N. J. Rail-joint 

Fisher, Clark. Trenton, N. J. Anvil - 

Fisher, Edmund G., Minneapolis, Minn. Registering and recording scale-beam and weight. 

Fisher, Edmund G., Minneapolis, Minn. Registering and recording weighing-scale 

Fisher, Elizabeth E.. Delphi, Ind. Wardrobe-hook 

Fisher, Emil. (See Evarts and Fisher.) 

Fisher, Emil, assignor to Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Company, Meriden, Conn. 

Hanging lamp 

Fisher, Francis, Scotia, Nebr. Wagon-box 



No. 



371,533 



356,996 
359,317 
.159.143 



364,097 
371,442 
375,277 
3(12,734 
363,018 
367,030 



372,409 
357,311 
360,576 



Fisher, Frank E., Detroit, Mich. Automatic lathe. 
Fisher, Frank E., Detroit, Mich. Electric motor. . . 



Fisher, Frank E., Detroit, Mich. Reversing mechanism for electric motors 

Fisher, Frank E., assignor to Merchants Store Railway Company, Detroit, Mich. Store- 
service track ■ 

Fisher, Frank R., St. Louis, Mo. Crate-fastener 

Fisher, Frank R., and P. S. Robbins, St. Louis, Mo.; said Robbins assignor to said Fisher. 
Crate-fastener - 

Fisher, George B. , Drebersville, Pa. Sausage-stuffing machine 

Fisher, George P., Jr., Chicago, 111. Strip for metal fences '.. 

Fisher, Harry L. (See Ballard and Fisher.) 

Fisher, Harvey L., Toledo, Iowa. Plat form-scale 

Fisher, Henry. (See Lerch, Tyburtus F., assignor.) 

Fisher, Henry, assignor to Ne'y Manufacturing Company, Canton, Ohio. Track for hay- 



Fisher, Israel, Medford, Mass. Electric gas-lighting apparatus - 

Fisher, Jacob, South Bend, Ind. Fire-escape -. - - 

Fisher, John J., Allegheny, assignor to Westinghouse Electric Company, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Socket and key for incandescent lamps 

Fisher, Joseph H., Deertield, 111. Seal-lock - - 

Fisher, Joseph L., Pittsburg, Pa., assignor of two-thirds to L. Carr, Canton, and J. J. 

Smith, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for watering railway -tracks 

Fisher, Louis, Fennimore, Wis. Sled 

Fisher, Lucius G., Jr. (See Reynolds, George H., assignor.) 

Fisher, Noble A., Sacramento, Cal. Construction of elevator-shafts and their approaches 

Fisher, Otis G., Owosso, Mich., assignor of one-half to I. Bassford, New York, N. Y. Pin 

attachment for brooches, &c._- 

Fisher, Thomas C, Anderson, Ind. Grain-cradle attachment 

Fisher, Thomas C., Anderson, Ind. Fastener for scythes 

Fisher, William. (See Redman, Edward, assignor.) 
Fisher, William H. (See Houston, Emmet P., assignor.) 
Fisher, William M. (See Conkling and Fisher.) 

Fisk, Harris M., Topeka. Kans. Heel-support for rubbers 

Fisk, Harvey F., Bella, Iowa. Machine for laying drain-tile 

Fisk, John C, Carlvle, 111. Cash-tally - 

Fiske, George M., assignor of two-thirds to J. C. Kenyon and W. D. Phelps, Springfield, 

Mass. Chair 



368,465 

367,032 
367,031 
356,112 
361,155 
367,611 

357,378 
357,379 



368,524 

371,133 
374,954 



356,355 

356,350 
362,735 
360,673 
365,678 
371,831 
371,832 
360,577 



Date. 



373,280 
359,430 



360,215 
360,216 
371,443 

355,604 
373,730 



373,731 
359,144 
373,772 



360,287 



Oct. 11 



Feb. 1 

Mar. 15 

Mar. 8 

May 31 

Oct. 11 

Dec. 20 

May 10 

May 24 

July 26 



Nov. 1 
Feb. 8 
Apr. 5 

Aug. 16 

July 26 
July 26 
Jan. 18 
Apr. 12 
Aug. 2 

Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 



Aug. 16 

Oct. 4 
Dec. 20 



Jan. 18 

Jan. 18 
May 10 
A pr. 5 

June. 2* 
Oct, 18 
Oct, 18 
Apr. 5 

Nov. 15 
Mar. 15 

Mar. 29 
Mar. 29 
Oct, 11 

Jan. 4 
Nov. 22 

Nov. 22 
Mar. 8 
Nov. 22 

Mar. 29 



Monthly 
volume. 



362,438 May 3 
304,235 June 7 
374,244 - Dec. 6 



371,570 
363,815 



Oct, 
May 



304.001 
366,946 



May 31 

July 19 



372,611 Nov. 1 



302, 264 
372,791 
374,052 



May 3 
Nov. 8 
Nov. 29 



July 26 
Sept, 13 
Jan. 18 



367.033 
369.7r3 
356,227 



.373,555 ! Nov. 22 



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353 

1278 
1039 
2882 
1001 
1593 
945 
2202 
1742 



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828 
269 

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1745 
1743 
1183 
1110 
369 

912 
914 



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1152 



1510 

1520 

946 

396 

2165 

1559 

1562 

270 



1513 
1459 

2717 
2721 
1002 

398 
2193 

2193 
1041 
2253 

2835 



510 

50 

106 

1182 

2484 

2754 
1637 

481 

274 

763 

2654 



1740 

641 

1332 



292 



94 
331 
270 
748 
260 
418 
257 
570 
409 



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(, 437 
i 438 
470 
470 
313 
281 
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301 

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374 
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088 
688 
260 
261 

108 

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27 

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645 

714 

139 

130 

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205 
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306 
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325 

320 

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1187 

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909 

909 

1103 

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1067 


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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fiske, Henry G., Springfield, Mass., assignor of one-half to Kampfe Bros., New York, N. Y. 

Safety-razor ; 

Fiske, Henry P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. IT. Copeland, Boston, and G. W. 

Daniels, Somerville, Mass., trustees. Printing mechanism for paper-box machines 

Fiske, Henry P., assignor to C. F. Copeland, Boston, and G-. W. Daniels, Somerville, Mass., 

trustees. Box-blank cutter 

Fiske, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Steam-generator 

Piske, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Grate for furnaces, &c 

Pitch, Arthur, etal. (See Averell, John D., assignor.) 

Fitch, Calvin H., Middletown Springs, Vt. Spring bed -bottom 

Fitch, Derick H., Cazenovia, N. Y. "Solution for galvanic batteries 

Fitch, Eugene, Des Moines, Iowa. Type-writing machine 



Fitch, Ezra C, Newton, Mass. Making enameled watch-dials 

Fitch, Franklin. (See Hills and Fitch.) 

Fitch, Frederick K., New York, N. Y. Electric indicator 

Fitch, Lauren M., Koine, N. Y. Spring- vehicle 

Fitch, Lauren M., assignor of one-half to M. M. Davis, Pome, N. Y. Folding chair 

Fitch, Washington I., VV. W. Weise.ll, and L. S. Kapp, Bluffton, Ind. Washing-machine.. 

Fitch, William E., assignor to Peerless Manufacturing Company, Louisville, Ky. Fire- 
place grate '. 

Fithian, Richard B., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for treating sewage 

Fitt, Frederick, Chaux-de-Fonds, Neufchatel, Switzerland, assignor to S. A. Fitt, London, 
England. Watch 

Fitt, Sarah A. (See Fitt, Frederick, assignor.) 

Fitten, John A., et al. (See Jones. Reuben, assignor.) 

Fitton, Hobson. (See Senior and Fitton.) 

Fitts, Abraham, Worcester, Mass. Elevator 

Fitts, Abraham, Worcester, Mass. Combined hydraulic and knuckle-joint press 

Fitts, Isaac, Nashua, N. H. Shears 

Fitz-Gerald, Desmond, Brookline, Mass. Filtering apparatus 

Fitz-Gerald, Desmond, Brookline, Mass. Machine for cleaning conduits, &c 

Fitz-Gerald, Desmond G., Akerman Koad, Loughborough Koad, Brixton, county of Surrey, 
England. Obtaining chlorine by electrolysis 

Fitz-Gerald, Desmond G., Brixton, county of Surrey, assignor to Primary Battery Com- 
pany, (limited,) Hanover Square, county of Middlesex, England. Manufacture of plates 
or elements for voltaic batteries .' 

Fitzgerald, Edward J. (See Lynch and Fitzgerald.) 

Fitzgerald, Jacob, Newark, N.'J., and W. H. Silver, New York, N. Y., assignors to Silver 
& Co. Potato-masher and fruit-crusher 

Fitzgerald, James A., Philadelphia, Pa. Clamp 

Fitzgerald, John, Girardville, Pa. Railway-tie 

Fitzgerald, John, and D. L. Osborn, Lincoln, Nebr. Wheeled dirt-scraper. 

Fitzgerald, Michael V., Springfield, Mass. Switch-stand ..' 

Fitzgerald, Orrin, Jr., Dexter, Me. Smoke and spark conveyer for locomotives 

Fitzgerald, Walter S., assignor of one-half to A. S. Dinsmore, Boston, Mass. Skiving-ma-> 
chine - < 

Fitzgerald, William J., New Haven, Conn. Lawn-mower 

Fitzgibbon, James J., Minneapolis, Minn. Shank-burnisher for boots or shoes 

Fitzhugh, Frank. (See Anderson, Lee, assignor.) 

Fitzpatrick, Michael E., and J. Jardine, Bridgeport, Conn. Glove or shoe fastener 

Fitzpatrick, William. (See Newton and Fitzpatrick.) 

Fitzpatrick, William, Girard, Kans. Washing-machine 

Fitzpatrick, William, Girard, Kans. Fire-escape 

Fitzsimmons, George, West Chester, Pa. Handle 

Fjord, Lorens, Alameda County, and J. Broters, San Francisco, Cal. Water-filter 

Flack, James M., Sharon, N. C. Mechanism for operating churn-dashers 

Flack, Robert W., et al. (See Bartholomew, William, assignor.) 

Flad, Frederick, Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe-nail . . 

Flad, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. System of supporting and repairing electric conducting-wires,? 
&c 5 

Flagg & Co., Stanley G. (See Shields, Christopher, assignor.) 

Flagg, Eli W., assignor of one-half to E. C. Nichols, Battle Creek, Mich. Grain-separator . 

Flagg, George H. P., et al. (See Fullerton, George A., assignor.) 

Flagg, George H. P., trustee. (See Coy, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Flagg, George H. P., trustee. (See Mathews, Don Castro, assignor.) 

Flagg, James H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Show-case 

Flagg, Joseph W., and C. K. B. Claflin, Jr., Worcester, Mass. ; said Claflin assignor to said? 
Flagg. Cash-Carrier $ 

Flagler, John H., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of shafts and ordnance 

Flagler, John H, New York, N. Y. Device for welding tubing 

Flagler, John H. , New York, N. Y. Device for welding tubing 

Flagler, John H., New York, N. Y. Tube-rolling mill 

Flagstad, Ole, Hamar, Norway. Window 

Flaramang, Mathias, Newark,' N. J., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, New 
York, N. Y. Photographic camera ' 

Flanders, Brown S., Boston, Mass. Fire-alarm box 

Flanders, Timothy B. (See Buttrick and Flanders.) 

Flanegan, James H., Peoria, 111. Brick-inachine . . .• 

Flanigan, Thomas J., Butte City, Mont. Ter. Dumping-cart 

Flanigan, Thomas J., Butte City, Mont. Ter. Dump-cart 

Flater, Henry, assignor of one-half to A. L. Davis, Findlay, Ohio. Device for jointing the 

teeth of saws 

Flater, Henry, and A. L. Davis, Findlav, Ohio. Saw-set 

Flato, Friderich W., Flatonia, Tex. Hay -press 

Flaugher, John H., and A. B. Scott, Manchester, Ohio. Automatic bell-alarm for elevator 



No. 



373,395 

357,553 

360,674 
361,216 
364,712 

371,497 
361,004 

366,577 

366,085 

360,381 
357,820 
367,749 
375,278 

362,265 
360,956 

358,925 



365,806 
371,049 
358,548 
359,249 
362,153 

357,659 



358,111 



371,882 
371,310 
367,383 
360,007 
357,588 
369,050 

370,327 



370,771 
370,053 

371,749 

357,076 
375,279 
374,466 
358,112 
359,145 

374,590 
361,217 

367,750 



363,019 

360,008 

364,098 
371,833 
371,834 
371,835 
358,773 

357,984 
370,328 



Date. 



355,690 
358,192 

371,750 

355,307 
356,460 
373.449 



cages . 356,461 



Fleak, Robert F. , assignor of one-half to M. A. Williams, Stuart, Iowa. Mechanical move- 
ment 

Flechter, Wolf., Covington, Ky. Method of and means for stuffing dolls 

Fleck, Richard, Berlin, Germany. Machine for making wood wool 

Fleharty, William F., assignor of one-half to J. W. Myers, Norwalk, Ohio. 



Kite. 



367,340 
371.751 
370,461 
368,525 



Nov. 15 
Feb. 8 

Apr. 5 

Apr. 12 
June 14 

Oct. 11 
Apr. 12 

July 12 

July 5 

Mar. 29 
Feb. 15 
Aug. 2 
Dec. 20 

May 3 
Apr. 12 

Mar. 8 



July 5 

Oct. 4 

Mar. 1 

Mar. 15 

May 3 

Feb. 15 



Feb. 22 



Oct. 18 
Oct. 11 
Aug. 2 
Mar. 29 
Feb. 15 
Aug. 30 

Sept. 20 

Oct. 4 
Sept. 20 

Oct. 18 

Feb. 1 
Dec. 20 
Dec. 6 

Feb. 22 
Mar. 8 

Dec. 13 
Apr. 12 

Aug. 2 



May 24 

Mar. 29 

May 31 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 

Mar. 1 

Feb. 15 
Sept. 20 

Jan. 11 
Feb. 22 

Oct. 18 
Jan. 



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volume. 



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1178 

397 

1199 

715 



1077 
884 

1128 

454 

2963 

1578 

599 

1594 

275 
805 

759 



67 

459 

199 

1189 

139 

1343 



1985 



1644 
815 
36 
2377 
1235 
2465 

1454 

29 
1073 

1438 

470 
1595 

425 
1989 
1042 

608 
1201 

600 



2203 
2379 

2883 

1563 

1565 

1566 

513 

1802 
1455 

541 
2112 

1440 
20 



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310 

101 
305 
190 

281 



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Jan. 25 1667 

July 26 ' 2199 

Oct. 18 j 1441 

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Aug. 16 I 1719 



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601 

325 

654 

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372 

125 
418 
111 
524 
271 

158 
305 
306 

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404 
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126 

473 
391 

142 

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109 



Alphabetical list of paten tees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



; molds . 



Fleming, Charles F. (See Fleming, George A. and C. F.) 
Fleming, George A. and C. F., San Jose, Cal. Fruit-drier 
Fleming & Hamilton. (See Forster, Casper, assignor.) 
Fleming, Henry, Kansas City, Mo. Door-hanger . 
Fleming, James, Troy, N. Y. Apparatus for shapin; 

Fleming, Owen T., Columbus, Ohio. Pencil-holder 

Fleinin"' Peter F., Huntsville, Mo. Horse hay-rake 

Flemin? Peter F., Huntsville, Mo. Hay elevator and stacker - - - - - - - 

Fleming! Richard, assignor to himself and V. Fogarty, Boston, Mass. Attaching and con- 
trolling ,j ury-rudders . - - - 

Flennikeu, Theodore M., assignor to N. C. Thompson, Rockford. 111. Grain-hinder 

Fletcher, Allen F., Athol. Mass. Pump and valve ................. ---.----: w'-' "*.-;« 

Fletcher, Benjamin L., assignor of one-half to J. E. Shephard, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wire-fence 



machine 



Fletcher. Edwin J., New York, N. Y. Show-case.. -- 

Fletcher, Fremont C. (See Bradshaw and Lapoint, assignors.) 

Fletcher, Henrv. Providence, R. I. Jewelry-pin - 

Fletcher John'M., Concord, N. H. Fountain-spittoon 

Fletcher, John R., Davton, Ohio. Electric- wire-clamp insulator ... ------- 

Fletcher John R.. assignor of one-half to J. E. Lowes, Dayton, Ohio. Pulley 

Fletcher, Tavlor B., Portage, Wis. Dental matrix. ... .-■ - - ........... 

Flett, John H, assignor of part to J. Goggan and W. A. Hogan, Galveston, Tex. 

matic car-uncoupler ; m £JS - :"'w 'A"i — i'j m «V"~ 

Flett, John H., assignor of part to J. Goggan and W. A. Hogan, Galveston, Te.\. Car- 

coupling . 



No. 



Auto- 



Fleuss, Henry A., Newtown, Isle of Wight, England. Air-pump 

Flick, John P., Ottawa, 111. Grocer's cabinet . ... .- - - - - - 

Flick, Otis C, Brooklyn, assignor to Doane & Wellington Manufacturing Company, New 

York, N. Y. Secondarv battery » 

Flinn John, Cleveland, Ohio. Couch-pillow - - - - 

Flint Georse. (See Taber, Robert H., assignor.) 

Flint' John Q., Wilton. N. H. Constructing wagon-seats 

Flint William, Philadelphia, Pa. Suspension-hook - 

Flint! William, Philadelphia, Pa. Cabinet for sanitary toilet-paper 

Flocke, Robert. (See Isidor and Flocke.) 

Flocke, Robert. (See Lichtenstein and Flocke.) _..,,. , , , 

Flohre Israel and C. Perrin, Springfield, Ohio. Combined clod-crusher and harrow 

Florence Machine Company. (See Goodell, Dexter W assignor.) 

Florsheim, Simon, Chicago, assignor of one - half to T. H. Ball, Aurora, 111. Glove - fast- 



Floryanowicz. Zygmunt, Warsaw, Russia. Car-starter - 

Flou'rnoy, C. H, et al. (See Crozier, William C, assignor.) 

Flower James M., Walnut Ridge, Ark. Saw-setting device 

Flower! John G., Boston, Mass. Window-brusher -- .......... 

Flowers, Malon I., Springfield, assignor of one-half to J. E. Jones, Greene County, Mo. 
Electric lock ; ■ 

Flovd, Alexander P. (See Brandes, Henry H., assignor.) 

Floyd, Anna B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to F. C. Floyd, Boston, Mass. Water- 
proof bonnet or hat - - - - - — -,- - : -. - - 

Floyd Byron B., Haverhill, Mass. Sliding-hill and toboggan to be used therewith ... 

Floyd, Byron B. assignor of one-half to S. E. Jackman, Haverhill, Mass. Sliding- hill and 
toboggan therefor - 

Floyd, Frederic C. (See Floyd, Anna B., assignor.) 

Floyd John assignor of part to J. H. Stewart, Lynchburg, Va., H. C. Elliot, G. F. Cum) 
mings, and J. B. Yan Gieson, New York, N. Y. Cigarette-machine S 

Floyd-Jones, Robert H. (See Dickson, Charles K., assignor.) 
Flvnn, ErastusM. (See Clough and Flynn.) 

Flvnn John Vail Iowa. Dropping and marking attachment for corn-planters 

Flynn' John! Macedon. and J. F. Kilburn, South Yarra, Victoria. Wire-stretcher 

Flvnn', John O. (See Wintz, James P., assignor.) 

Flynt, Chester D., Brooklyn, assignor to Universal Automatic Lubricator Company, New 

York, N. Y. Car-axle lubricator 

Foard, Joseph R. (See Price, George W., assignor.) 

Foellmer, Fritz, West Point, Nebr. Motor 

Foerster Emanuel, New York, N. Y. Machine for sawing stone. (Reissue) 

Fogarty,' James H., New York, N. Y. Steam-engine .... 

Fogarty, Thomas B.. Brooklyn, assignor to J. A. Balestier, trustee, New York, N. Y. 

cess of and apparatus for making ammonium sulphate ...... . 

Fogarty, Thomas B., Brooklyn, assignor to J A. Balestier, trustee, New York, N. Y. 

cess of and apparatus for making ammonia - 

Fogarty, Vincent. (See Fleming, Richard, assignor.) 

Fogelberg, Carl, Erie, Pa. Organ stop-action 

Fogelherg, Carl, Erie, Pa. Bellows-action for reed-organs - 



Date. 



Pro- 



Pro- 



362,730 

373,178 
363,620 
361,583 
355,691 

374,787 

361,277 
367,285 
367,139 

361,005 
363,621 

362,737 
369,174 
368,284 
360,675 
369,701 

364,236 

364,237 
363,62-2 
372,972 

370,134 
370,77-2 

369.510 
359.718 
363.379 



362,071 



356,310 
361,753 

361,278 
361,564 

363,623 



366.623 
374,736 



367,286 
373,351 



361.935 
374,668 



368,937 

359,858 

10,84-. 
369,511 

371,186 

371,137 
355,984 



May 10 

Nov. 15 
May 24 
Apr. 19 
Jan. 1 1 
Doc. 13 

Apr.* 19 

July -20 
July -20 

Apr. 12 

May 24 

May 10 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 16 
Apr. 5 
Sept. 13 

June 7 

June 7 
May 24 

Nov. 8 

Sept. 20 
Oct. 4 

Sept. 6 
Mar. 22 
May 24 



May 3 



Jan. 18 
Apr. 26 



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volume. 



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947 

1360 

2204 

1701 

542 

882 

1281 
2118 
1902 

885 
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949 

2631 

13.-7 

398 

538 

52 



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439 
142 
231 

329 
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259 
698 
366 
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1837 



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315 



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484 
483 



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380 
508 



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Apr. 


19 
19 


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1702 


May 


24 


2209 


July 
Dec. 


12 
13 


1200 
809 


July 


26 


2124 


Nov. 


15 


1616 


Apr. 
Dec. 


26 
13 


2215 
715 


Aug. 


30 


2311 


Mar. 


22 


2143 


June 14 
Sept. 6 


1202 
267 


Oct. 


11 


e43 


Oct. 


11 


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329 
439 
2 
3 



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Jan. 11 
355,985 Jan. 11 



Fogelquist, Adolf F., Newark, N. J. Machine for bending and cutting wire. 

Foley, James S., Chicago, 111. Pedal-cover for organs - 

Foley! James S., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to J. Ruse, Toronto, Canada. Organ- 

Foley , John, Jr!, New York, N. Y. Watch-bracket for velocipedes 

Foley! John B., et al. (See McCloskey, Edward, assignor.) 

Foley, John B., New Haven, Conn. Gas-stove 

Foley, John F., Attleborough, Mass. Separable pin - 

Foley, Timothy M. (See Gill and Foley.) 

Folger, Jacob/Toledo, Ohio. Meat-spreader 

Folk, Deborah C. (See Whitney, James H., assignor.) 

Folksdorf, Carl, et al. (See Hewett, Francis M., assignor.) 

Follett, Edward P. (See Kelly and Follett.) 

Follett Edward P., assignor to J. H. Kelly, Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for bending tubes 



369,051 
362,266 
367,034 



Aug. 30 
May 3 
Julv 26 



369,702 j Sept. 13 

368,938 i Aug. 30 
363,816 i May 31 



Sept, 27 



360,268 Mar. 29 



989 
990 



2467 
276 



1747 
539 



2312 
2485 



1902 



2836 



321 

212 

572 

:426 

427 

[428 



575 
188 



613 

(540 

(541 

317 

74 

165 
165 

260 

260 
654 
655 
656 

77 

471 

148 

614 
645 

505 



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914 

6^0 

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1286 

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387 

255 
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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 






Name residence, and invention. 



Follett, Willis J., North Attleborough, Mass. Packing-holder for horseshoes 

Folliott, James H., Port Clinton, Ohio. Mower and reaper guard 

Fbllmer, Jacob, Syracuse, N. Y. Fertilizer-distributer 

Foliuer. William F., Brooklyn, assignor to Hektograph Company, New York, N. Y. 



burner . 



Lanip- 



Folsoin, James L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Hartford Carpet Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Producing improved color effects in two-ply ingrain carpeting 

Folsom, James L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Hartford Carpet Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Producing improved color effects in two-ply ingrain carpets 

Folsom, James L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Hartford Carpet Company, Hartford, Conn. 



Producing improved color effects in three-ply ingrain carpets 
Isom, John G., Winchendon, Mass. Combined fire-arm and a 



Folsom, John G., Wincheudon, Mass. Combined tire-arm and air-gun 

Folsom, Nehemiah T., Boston, Mass., assignor to P. P. Folsom, Manchester, N. H. 



Stock- 



Folsom, Noah D., New Haven, Conn. Fire-arm having automatic braco for the breech- 
block 

Folsom, P. P. (See Folsom, Nehemiah T., assignor.) 

Folsome, Charles F., White Wright, Tex., assignor of one-half to E. E. Mitchell, Greenville, 
HI. Wagon- body - 

Fonda, Isaac, Laconia, N. H. Turning-lathe tool 

Fonerdcn, Clarence A., New York, N. Y. Attachment for brushes, &c 

Fones, John H., Oakland, Cal. Conformatoi for thumbs 

Fontaine, Allen S., New York, N. Y. Speaking-tube 

Fontaine, Eugene, Toledo, Ohio. Signal for railway-crossings 

Fontaine, Eugene, Toledo, Ohio. Railway-signal , 

Fontaine, Eugene, Toledo, Ohio. Railway-switch - 

Fontaine, Eugene, Wagon Works, Ohio. Railway-crossing 

Fontaine, Eugene, Wagon Works, Ohio. Railway-crossing 

Fontaine, Louis A., Toledo, Ohio," assignor of one-half to C. F. Collot, Chicago, 111. AVire- ( 
nail machine - ' 

Foos Manufacturing Company. (See Winchell, James F., assignor.) 

Foote, Allen R., Philadelphia, Pa. Vector tip and holder 

Foote, Allen R., Philadelphia, Pa. Inhaler 

Foote, Charles B., et al. (See Rew, Richard A., assignor.) 

Foote, David M. (See Cameron, Ezra G., assignor.) 

Foote, Hubert T., New York, N. Y. Attachment for gas-burners 

Foote, Lewis A., Lansing, Minn. Seal-lock t 

Foote, Theodore M., assignor of five-eighths to H. C. Goodspeed, Boston, Mass., and F. 
Reed, Bath, Me. Refrigerating structure 

Foote, Theodore M., Boston, Mass., assignor of five-eighths to F. Reed, Bath, Me., and H. 
C. Goodspeed, Boston, Mass. Food-preserver - 

Foran, John, assignor to Abendroth Brothers, Port Chester, N. Y. Apparatus for making 
sand cores - 

Forbes, Charles, St. Paul, Minn. Car brake and starter 

Forbes, Frederick A., Detroit, Mich. Tip for telephone-cords 

Forbes, George, London, county of Middlesex, England. Apparatus for measuring elec- 



tricity 



Forbes, James H., assignor of one-half to Steam Gauge and Lantern Company, Rochester, 
N. Y. Lamp 

Forbes, Martin W., Miamisburg, Ohio. Combined truck and jack 

Forbes, AY alter T. (See Leder and Forbes.) 

Forbes, William D., Bridgeport, Conn. Pipe and rod vise 

Forbes, William D., Bridgeport, Conn. Die-stock 

Forbes, William H. (See Clark, Dwight S., assignor.) 

Forbes, William H. (See Clark and Wendte, assignors.) 

Forbes, William H., assignor to D. I. Boehm, New York, N. Y. Machine for cutting cigar 
wrappers and binders - - - 

Forbis, Harbert K., Columbus, Ohio. Tool for dressing emery- wheels 

Forchbeimer & Co., Paul. (See Peres, Max, assignor.) 

Forchheimer, Frederick, et al. (See Perry, Nelson W., assignor.) 

Foid, Archibald, San Francisco, Cal. Gas-regulator 

Ford, Benjamin, Middlesbrough - on - Tees, count}' of York, and J. Moncur, Distington,? 
county of Cumberland, England. Regenerative hot-blast stove - . j, 

Ford, Charles S., assignor of one-half to J. S. Downie, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-burner 

Ford, Frederick A., New York, N. Y. Mold for measuring and partially shaping cigar- 
fillers - 



Ford, George A., Cleveland, Ohio. Metal tackle-block 

Fold, George H. (See Crandell, Edgar J., assignor.) 

Ford, Henry B., assignor to Perkins & Welsh, New York, N. Y. Cylinder for air-pumps 
and air-compressors 

Ford, Henry B., assignor to Perkins &. Welsh, New York, N. Y. Refrigerator for ice and 
cold-air machines 

Ford, Henry B., assignor to Perkins & Welsh, New York, N. Y. Condenser for ico-iua- 
chines' - ' 

Ford, Henry B., assignor to Perkins & Welsh, New York, N. Y. Stuffing-box for air or 
gas pumps 

Ford, Henry B., assignor to Perkins & Welsh, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for and pro- 
cess of the manufacture of sulphurous oxide. .- 

Ford, James E., Philadelphia, Pa. Grappling-tongs 

Ford, James H., assignor to C. H. Leonard, Grand Rapids, Mich. Refrigerator 

Ford, James S., Irving College, Tenn. Window, picture, or other frame 

Ford, Thomas. (See Bardo and Ford.) 

Fold, Thomas J., and P. B. Waters, Geneva, Ohio. Barrel swing and support 

Thomas P., Jr., London, England. Hydraulic lift 

William J. (See Cooper and Ford.) 

William S., Denver, Colo. Multiple switch-board 

Fordred, John, Tottenham, county of Middlesex, England. Preparing grain or cereals . . 

Fordred, John, Tottenham, county of Middlesex, England. Apparatus for torrefying 
grain, &c '. 

Forehand, Sullivan. (See Howe, John C, assignor.) 

Forehand, Sullivan, Worcester, Mass. Revolver 



Ford 
Ford 
Ford 



No. 



372,662 
356,357 
361,403 

365,739 

358,063 

371,571 

371,572 
370,329 

369,637 

357,660 



375,618 
362,827 
360,872 
373,651 
357,589 
366,086 
374,053 
374,054 
370,462 
370,463 

360,343 

355.308 
355,309 



361,818 
371,050 

363,624 

363,625 

368,915 
371,883 
375,280 

366,824 

362,828 
368,883 

356.871 
363,626 



356,113 

367,287 



367,801 
364,998 
362,829 

362,267 
368,144 



363,453 
363,454 
363,455 
363,456 
363,457 



356.63(1 



Date. 



Nov. 8 
Jan. 18 
Apr. 19 

June 28 

Jan. 11 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 18 
Sept. 20 

Sept. 6 

Feb. 15 



Dec. 27 
May 10 
•Apr. 12 
Nov. 22 
Feb. 15 
July 5 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 29 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 

Mar. 29 

Jan. 4 
Jan. 4 



Apr. 26 
Oct. 4 

May -24 

May 24 

Aug. 23 
Oct. 18 
Dec. 20 

July 19 

May 10 
Aug. 23 

Feb. 1 
May 24 



Jan. 

July 



Aug. 9 
June 14 
May 10 

May 3 

Aug. 9 

May 24 

May 24 

May 24 

May 24 

May 24 
Jan. 25 
June 28 
Sept. 6 

Aug. 9 
Aug. 2 

Feb. 15 
May 17 

May 17 

Jan. 11 

Feb. 8 



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volume. 



p. 



561 
1523 
1453 

2264 

1090 

1183 

1185 
1457 

452 

1344 



2064 
1078 

681 
2087 
1237 

456 
2654 
2656 
1670 
1672 

2899 



21 
23 



2045 
460 

2213 

2215 

2272 
1646 
1596 

1477 

1079 
2221 

183 

2216 



1184 
2125 



684 
1147 

1080 

277 
1164 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1953 

1916 

2265 

269 

685 
371 

1580 
1407 

1409 

642 

1053 



153 
399 
375 

589 

287 

308 

308 
391 

126 

354 



536 
292 
178 
557 
325 
123 
713 
713 
445 
445 
C738 
1739 

6 

7 



532 
115 

573 

573 

604 
425 
418 

394 

292 

591 

49 

574 



313 

572 



185 
< 300 
\ 301 

293 

77 
(310 
i 311 



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510 

510 

511 

511 
502 
590 

75 

185 

104 

411 
372 

373 

168 

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388 

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1085 

588 
522 

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750 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ill 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Forest, John M. (See Whaley and Forest.) 

Fori;, Peter, Somerville, Mass. Bolt 

Forg, Peter, Somerville, Mass. Hinge 

Forg, Peter, Somerville, Mass. Hinge 

Oil-well rig 



No. 



Magazine-gun 



Bustle 



Forgie, "William, Washington, Pa. 

Forman, David D., Hackett City, Ark. Fruit-basket 

Forman, William A., Roselle, M. J. Wheel 

Forney, Mattliias N ., Now York, N. Y. (Jar-seat 

Forrester, Jacob V. (See Lasher and Forrester.) 

Forrester, Samuel, Allegheny City, Pa. Pencil-sharpener - - • 

Forskaw, Charles P., Bradford, England. Bed-pan - 

Forshee, Walter, Willett, N. Y. Sap-bucket - - - - ■-■ - ; - - - .- - - - - - - - - 

ForsseU Erik H.. assignor of one-half to A. Erikson, Bridgeport, Conn. Folding stool 
Forster, Casper, assignor to Fleming & Hamilton, Pittsburg, Pa. Cake or bread box.. 
Forster, Charlotte M. (See Freeman, Charles C, assignor.) 

Forster Edward E. , New York, N. Y. Pen or pencil holder 

Forster, FraukN., Buffalo, N. Y. Paper box 

Forster William E., Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada. Gun-cleaner 

Forsythe, Andrew J. and Gr. W.^KokomO, Ind. Wire-fence machine 

Forsythe, George W. (See Forsythe, Andrew J. and G. W.) 

Fort Wayne Electric Light Company. (See Slattery, Marmaduko M. M., assignor.) 

Porter, Samuel , Mary sviilo, Kans. Thill-coupling - 

Forton, DwigbtE. (See Cox and Forton.) _ 

Forward Walter, Shingletown, Cal. Construction ot navigable vessels . . 

Fosbery,' George V., Weston-super-Mare, county of Somerset, England 

Fosbery, George V., Weston-super-Mare, county of Somerset, England. Magazine-gun 

Fosgate, Daniel O., Aurora, 111. Suspenders i . . ... ......----. 

Fosgate Daniel ()., Aurora, 111., assignor to H. B. Harford, Scott County, Iowa. 

Foss, Byron E., Indianapolis, Ind. Piston-rod packing 

Foss, Charles L. (See Nourse and Foss.) 

Foss, L. Bacon, assignor to Dover Stamping Company, Boston, Mass. Hollow articles ot 

Foss! Vliacon I assignor lo "Dover" Stamping Company, Boston, Mass. Noso for metallic/ 

vessels - — ;■■■".: 

Foss, Loretto II., Portland, Me. Air- valve for oilcans 

Foster, Aaron T., Chillicothe, Ohio. Corn-planter - 

Foster, Abraham G. W., Newnan, Ga. Car-coupling - 

Foster, Benjamin C, Baltimore, Md. Cash-box - 

Foster, Benjamin R., St. Louis, Mo. Automatic grain-scale ------- -■-- 

Foster, Charles E., Washington, D. C, assignor to Hydraulic Elevator Company, Chicago, 

HI. Hydraulic engine - - - - 

Foster, Charles H. W. (See Pratt and Foster.) 

Foster, Charles R., Chicago, 111. Rotary plow - 

Foster, Chauncey W. (See Felt, Doit E., assignor.) 

Foster EldridgeM., assignor of one-half to G. C. Bolgiano, Baltimore, Md. Dumb-waiter 

Foster! Frank A., Norwich, Conn. Ejector mechanism tor revolvers 

Foster, Frank F. , Mount Pleasant, Mich. Sled-propeller - 

Foster Georce W., Galveston. Tex. Electric call or signal apparatus 

Foster, James F. , Buffalo, N. Y. Mincing-knife. - - - - 

Foster, John W-., Washington, D. C. Tension device for sewing-machines 

Foster, Joseph M.. and B. F. Kent, Saugusj said Kent assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

B. W. Thompson, Boston, Mass. Rotary kerf-spreader - - 

Foster, Mark W., Pecatonica, 111. Gate - 

Foster, Michael A., St. Louis, Mo. Fire-lighter - 

Foster, Orlando A., et at. (See Hamilton, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Foster, Orra I., Haverhill, Mass. Hat-book - 

Foster, Oscar S., Utica, N. Y. Folding bed-bottom - 

Foster Oscar S., Utica, N. Y. Locking device for bed-bottoms - 

Foster, Oscar S. and W. S., Utica, N. Y. Bed-bottom 

Foster, Samuel B. (See Moore, Homer J., assignor.) 

Foster Stove Company. (See Holliday, George H., assignor.) 

Foster, William S. (See Foster, Oscar S. and W. S.) 

Fouoher, Auguste. (See Foucher, Leon and A.) 

Foucher, Leon and A., Paris, France. Machine for casting and finishing type 

Fouillot-Chevance, Mario H., Neauphle-le-Cbateau, Seiue-et-Oise, assignor to St6. Ala- 
magny et Oriol, France. Braid for binding 

Foulke, John F., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for uprooting trees 

Fountain George W., Cameron, Mo. Biographical photograph-card... 

Fountain, Vincent, West New Brighton, N. Y. Ornamenting sheet metal - 

Fourness, Henry, Manchester, County of Lancaster, England. Regenerative gas-lamp. . - 

Fournier, Francois. (See Tongas audi Foamier.) 

Foust, William R. (See Stemtield and Foust.) 

Pouts, Frank A., Washington, D. C. Cigar-holder 

Fouts, Frank A., Washington, D. C. Cigar-holder - 

Fouts, Frank A., Washington, D. C. Cigar-holder 

Fouts, Frank A., Washington, D. C. Toy pistol... 

Fonts, James A., Ottawa, Kans. Car-coupling 



370,773 
373.352 

374,788 

371,573 



370,385 
375,058 

IIOO.I Is 



372,258 
374,121 
366,210 
361,279 
370,464 

372,903 
358,806 
363,951 

302, 43!) 



373,652 

304,638 
356,311 

366,211 



Date. 



( >ct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



Oct. 18 



Sept. 
Dec. 

Mar. 



Oct. 25 

Nov. 29 
July 12 
Apr. 19 
Sept. 27 



Nov. 

Mar. 
May 
May 



Monthly 
volume. 



t/3 



32 

1623 
884 

1186 

1550 
1294 
2626 

22011 

2753 

627 

1283 

1672 



8 
428 
232 
C308 
{ 309 
415 
338 
664 

566 
740 

171 
32!) 
145 



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Gazette. 



be 



9 

787 
1228 



II 
II 
41 

| 41 ! 249 

' 40 ! 1350 
41 j 1313 
38 i 1422 



41 ; 455 
41 1 1024 



40 
39 



126 

255 



936 j 253 

560 I 140 

2678 ! 695 

511 | 144 



Nov. 22 



Juno 14 
Jan. 18 



2088 



608 
1451 



304,168 'May 



31:3,458 
368,916 



358,970 

358,971 

362,072 
,371,051 
364,810 
374.149 
368,662 



357,147 

300,090 

339,437 

361,81!) 
359,504 
371,752 
375,483 

373,179 



361,218 
370,863 
360,382 



July 12 | 628 



May 
Aug. 



Mar. 8 

Mar. 8 

May 3 
Oct. 4 
June 14 



Nov. 
Aug. 

Feb. 



Mar. 29 
Mar. 15 



Apr. 

Mar. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



Nov. 15 



357,192 
366,718 
372,369 
356,114 



359,779 



363,627 
372,527 
370,186 
356,757 
362,830 



Apr. 
Oct. 
Mar. 

Feb. 
July 

Nov. 
Jan. 



2988 
1954 
2274 



816 

817 

29 

461 

877 

2792 

1904 



558 

163 

381 
C171 
\ 172 
776 
511 
605 



206 

(206 

\W1 

9 

115 

231 

749 

507 



40 1372 



41 I 652 
38 I 1008 



601 154 
2519 641 



Mar. 22 



368,466 
368,467 
:t72.Ki0 

'"_'"""'""'. [368,709 

Fowble, Elizabeth, St. Paul, Minn. Culinary "apparatus - - -- - - - - - - 365,915 

Fowle, John L., assignor to W. F. Fowle, Woburn, Mass. Machine lor milling the ends oil 369 930 

band-saws ', 

Fowle, Walter F. (See Fowle, John L., assignor.) 

Fowler, Allied B., Exeter, N. H. Heel-burnishing machine ■-] 372,612 



May 


24 


Nov. 


1 


Sept. 


20 


Kel>. 


1 


May 


10 


June 


- 


Aug. 


10 


Aug. 


10 | 


Oct. 


25 



Fowler, Arthur II. , Buffalo, N. Y. Safety water-gage 

Fowler, Chester W., Eastlake, Mich. Feed-water heater 

Fowler E. L. (See Taliaferro, Eilbeck H., assignor.) 
Fowler, Frederick A., New Haven, Conn. Apparatus for euttiiif . 
Fowler, George B., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to E. H. Seemanu, New York, N. Y. 1 lc- 
ture cord and hook hanger 



364,756 

373,520 



July 


5 


Sept. 


13 


Nov. 


1 


June 

Nov. 


14 

22 



1461 
2046 
1561 
1443 

1869 

1361 



1205 

166 

2966 

670 
1336 

128 
1185 



2014 

2217 

349 

1269 

23 

1081 



420 
1041 
1642 
2033 
1979 

225 

878 



481 

788 
1902 



374 
532 
399 
373 
488 
,360 
X 361 

306 
44 

752 



41 

39 
38 

^40 

39 
39 

40 



1007 
574 



1210 
293 

127 

1068 
863 
911 



1060 
1060 

478 

91 

1259 

1031 

839 

531 



38 1404 

38 ' 4187 

39 404 
38 1200 
41 ! 302 
41 I 1434 

739 



•41 

39 
41 

38 



174 i 38 

357 40 



flexible material 



360,149 Mar. 29 2627 
357,312 Feb. 8 829 



39 
314 



509 
510 

575 
96 

337 

7 

293 



.1.14 

438 

438 

521 

526 

59 

(232 

t 233 

C130 ] 

208 
504 



41 
38 



228 
33 

1484 

554 
270 
494 
243 



38 


1303 


39 


915 


41 


536 


40 


1288 


38 


427 


3!) 


681 


39 


1167 


40 


781 


40 


781 


41 


420 


40 


854 


40 


43 



•40 



664 j 38 
216 ! 38 



1209 

560 

1243 
851 

1422 

584 



112 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Combined cane 



Brash . 
Brush. 
Polish- 



Fowler, George B., Brooklyn, assignor to W. A. "Wolff, New York, N. T. 

and cigar and cigarette case - - 

Fowler, George L. (See Gunther and Fowler.) 

Fowler, Herbert E., assignor of one-half to L. N. Blydenburgh, New Haven, Conn. 
Fowler, Herbert E., assignor of one-half to L. N. Blydenburgh, New Haven, Conn. 
Fowler', Herbert E., assignor of one-half to L. N. Blydenburgh, New Haven, Conn. 

ing- wheel - - - 

Fowler, Hiram H, Meadville, Pa. Swing - 

Fowler, Hiram H, Meadville, Pa. Swing 

Fowler, John W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stove-box for car-heaters - - - 

Fowler, John AY., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stove-door - 

Fowler, John TV., Brooklyn, N. Y. Heating-stove 

Fowler, Joseph C, Chaneyville, Md. Horse-detacher 

Fowler, Joseph C. and E. A. Henkle, assignors to American Printing Press Company,? 
"Washington, D. C. Printing-machine - - - 5 

Fowler, Joseph C, and E. A. Henkle, assignors to American Printing Press Company,? 

"Washington, D. C. Printing-machine < 

Fowler, Joseph C, and E. A. Henkle, assignors to American Printing Press Company,? 

Washington, D. C. Printing-machine J 

Fowler, Joseph C, and E. A. Henkle, assignors to American Printing Press Company,? 
"Washington, D. C. Printing-machine > 

Fowler, Merwin, New Haven, Conn. Die for forming metallic clock-cases.-. 



Date. 



368,823 ! Aug. 23 



Fowler, Nathaniel C, Jr., "Winthrop, and E. "W. Pope, Newton, Mass., assignors to Pope 
Manufacturing Company, Portland, Me. Calendar-stand 

Fowler, Philip H., and W. H. Chad wick, Gloucester City, N. J. Damper-regulator 

Fowler, Thaddeus, Shelton, assignor of one-half to T. B. De Forest, Birmingham, Conn. 
Nail-driving machine - - - 

Fowler, Thaddeus, Shelton, and T. B. De Forest, Birmingham, Conn. Box-nailing ma-< 
chine - - i 

Fowler, "William H. (See Bay and Fowler.) 

Fowler, "William R., assignor to Mathai, Ingram & Co., Baltimore, Md. Ely-fan 

Fowler! "William R., assignor to Mathai, Ingram & Co., Baltimore, Md. Spring-motor 

Fowles, James H., Orangeburg, S. C. Cultivator, harrow, and cotton-chopper 

Fox, Amos W., Newton, Iowa. Stove-pipe joint and ventilator 

Fox, Frank A. (See Letson, Augustus F., assignor.) 

Fox' Frank A., assignor to Steele & Johnson Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 



Button. 



Fox, Frank A., New York, assignor of one-half to S. S. Gordon, Bi'ooklyn, N. Y., and B. 

Franklin, Hoboken, N. J. Car-coupling 

Fox, George H, and F. H. Pope, Boston, Mass.; said Pope assignor to said Fox. Roll for 

buffing shoe-soles 

Fox, Georae H, and L. "W. Lombard, Boston, Mass.; said Lombard assignor to said Fox. 

Heel-stiffen er machine - 

Fox, Henry C, Evansville, Ind., assignor to Fox Sad Iron Company, New York, N. Y. 

Lamp attachment for sad-irons - - 

Fox, Ivan, Philadelphia, Pa. Eyeglasses - 

Fox, Ivan, Philadelphia, Pa. Eyeglasses or spectacles 

Fox, Jacob G , assignorto L.A.Pratt, BayCity.Micb. Combined thread cutter and holder. 
Fox] Joseph J., Bryn Mawr, assignor to J. W. Queen & Co., Philadelphia Pa. Cam-sra- 



sh utter 



Fox, Philo L. , Bridgeport, Conn. Spirit-level 

Fox Sad Iron Company. (See Fox, Henry C, assignor.) 

Fox. Samson, Leeds, county of York, England. Making corrugated tubing 

Fox, Thomas W., New York, N. Y. Button - - - 

Fox, William, Leeds, county of York, England. Rolls for rolling wheel-tire bars 

Fox! William, Leeds, county of York, England. Tire for vehicles 

Fox, "William H., assignor of 'part to P. E. and R. W. Green, St. Louis, Mo. Combined paper 
file and cover - - 

Fox, "William S., Short Creek, Ohio. Attachment for mowing-machines 

Fox! William T., Rochester, N. Y. Hydraulic elevator 

Foy, Lawrence B., Audubon . Iowa. Feed-trough 

Fracher, Louis, Detroit, Mich. "Wagon-spring - 

Fracher, Louis, and B. R. Hoy t, Detroit, Mich. Gate for draw-bridges 

Fraenkel. Lonis. iSee Weiss', Emil, assignor.) 

Fraley, "William K., Lebanon, assignor of one-half to R. Silver, Indianapolis, Ind. Vehicle 

France, John M. D., St. Joseph," Mo. Paper-file 

France, Joseph R., New York, N. Y., assignor to Metallic Cap Manufacturing Company, 
Enfield, Conn. Blasting-cap.. - 

France, Joseph R., assignor to Metallic Cap Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 
Blasting-cap - 

Francis, Alfred C. (See Francis, Lewis G., assignor.) 

Francis, Allan E., Cleveland, Ohio. Toy - 

Francis, Charles, New Brunswick, N. J. Tool-holder 

Francis, George, Ansonia, Ohio. Apparatus for handling grain in bags 

Francis, George W., Buffalo, N. Y. Wedge for axes or other tools - 

Francis, Lewis G., Chicago, assignor to A. C. Francis, Rochelle, 111. Gas-lamp 

Franck, Lewis E. (See Jennings, John, assignor.) 

Francken, Victor, Liege, and E. Bender, Brussels, Belgium, assignors to Lsclanch6 Battery 
Company, New York, N. Y. Galvanic battery . - - 

Francy, John. (See Wight, Peter B., assignor.) 

Francy, John, Toronto, Ohio, assignor of one-half to P. B. Wight, Chicago, 111. Machine 
for manufacturing wall-coping 

Frank, Cyrus. (See Allvn, Dan. L., assignor.) 

Frank, Henry C, New York, N. Y. Cuff-holder -. 

Frank, Levi, et al. (See Pnrdy, Albert L.. assignor.) 

Frank, William E. , and P. Reidel, Utica, N. Y. Heel-plate for rubbers 

Franke, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Barber Asphalt Paving Company. Appara- 
tus for the manufacture of asphalt concrete for paving purposes 



359,250 
369,985 

373,653 
364,713 
367,204 
366,087 

366,088 

371,134 
372,528 

373,353 

373,354 
373,355 

373,356 

368,526 

375,545 
363,459 

355,762 
361,754 

358,807 
359,068 
363,999 
371,052 



363,628 
367,613 
369,513 



373,821 

359,010 
358,113 
366,471 
367,035 

366.947 
370,054 

365,456 
366,769 
366,390 
375,281 

367,614 
359,351 
369,703 
372,529 
356,358 
374,356 



357,956 
374,467 

356,064 

356,712 

370,465 
375,059 
360,578 
364,238 
305,336 



364,639 

371,574 

373,556 

366,391 
363,132 



Mar. 15 1191 
Sept. 13 962 



Monthly 
volume. 



P. 
03 



2138 



Nov. 22 
June 14 
July 26 
July 5 

July 5 



Oct. 
Nov. 



Nov. 15 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 15 

Aug. 16 

Dec. 27 

May 24 

Jan. 11 
Apr. 26 

Mar. 1 

Mar. 8 

May 31 

Oct. 4 

May 24 
Aug. 2 
Sept. 6 



2089 
716 

1984 
457 

459 

571 
351 

1624 

1629 

1031 

1637 

1720 

1958 
1955 

644 
1953 

562 

945 

2752 

462 

2218 
372 
270 



Nov. 29 2329 



Mar. 8 
Feb. 22 
July 12 
July 26 

July 19 
Sept. 20 

June 28 
July 19 
July 12 
Dec. 20 

Aug. 2 
Mar. 15 
Sept. 13 
Nov. 1 
Jan. 18 
Dec. 6 

Feb. 15 
Dec. 6 

Jan. 11 

Jan. 25 



1990 
964 

1748 

1638 
1074 

1846 

1406 

873 

1596 

373 
1326 

540 

352 
1524 

272 

1755 
426 

1092 

2015 



Sept. 27 1673 

Dec. 20 1294 

Apr. 5 ! 271 

June 7 , 55 

June 21 1644 



June 14 



609 



Oct. 18 1187 

Nov. 22 1949 

July 12 874 

May 17 I 1511 



567 

310 
254 

558 
190 
536 
124 
(124 
1125 
(145 
?146 
97 
(428 
<429 
(430 
(430 
) 431 
(431 
\ 432 
(432 
<433 
(434 
( 458 
\ 459 

510 
512 

168 
(508 
?509 

140 
241 

714 
116 



575 

105 

75 

624 

225 
524 
263 

471 

439 

284 

479 
376 
234 
419 

105 
344 
149 
97 
400 
72,73 

458 
111 

287 

529 

445 

338 

67 

16 

429 



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517 



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Gazette. 



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38 1137 

40 ! 1224 

41 888 

39 1231 

40 400 

40 86 

' 40 86 

Ul 113 

41 | 537 

>41 i 787 



^41 

I 41 
J 40 



41 1451 

39 864 

38 135 

1 39 387 

38 1008 

38 1084 

39 1022 

41 f 91 

39 ! 915 

40 : 523 

40 1085 

41 942 

I 

38 i 1072 

38 ■ 814 
40 192 
40 i 355 

40 326 

40 1252 

39 1461 

40 282 

40 172 

41 1372 

40 j 523 

38 1162 

40 11-17 

41 537 



38 
41 

38 
41 

38 

38 

40 
41 
39 
39 
39 



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41 

41 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1837. 



113 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention 



Frankel, Henry U., et al. (See Heinig, Frederick E., assignor.) 

Fraukel, Leo. (See Campbell, George, assignor.) 

Fraukenberg, Eduard, Hanover, Prussia, G-ermany. Polypantograph 

Franklin, Benjamin, et al. (See Fox, Frank A., assignor.) 

Franklin, Benjamin, Albion, N. T. Fire-escape 

Franklin. Benjamin, Bradford, assignor of one-balf to A. I. "Wilcox, Smetbport, Pa. 
way -rail joint 

Franklin. Edward, Thomasville, G-a. Cotton cbopper and cultivator 

Franklin, Francis M., and J. G. Ryersee, Jefferson, Iowa. Hamecouplin 

Franklin, Isaac N., Lake View, Chicago, 111. Combined seeder and fertilizer-distributer. 

Franklin, James H., Sandusky, Ohio. Lamp-filling can 

Franklin, William, New Haven, Conn. Filter 

Franklin, William B., assignor to Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Magazine firearm 

Franks, Lewis W., Kyle, Tex. Bag " """ 

Fransze, Petter J., Chicago, 111. Splicing traction-cables '. 

Frasch, Herman, London, Ontario, Canada. 



Frasch, Herman, London, Ontario, Canada. 
of soda by ammonia 



Manufacture of soda by the ammonia process. 
Process of and apparatus for the manufacture 



Frasch, Herman, Cleveland. Ohio, assignor to American Chemical Companv, West Bay^ 
City, Mich. Process of and apparatus for making sodium carbonate by ammonia <> 

Frase, Simon, and J. E. Cameron, North Industry, Ohio. 
Fraser, Edward D. and J., Brooklyn, N. T. Bustle 
Fraser, Edward D. and J., Brooklyn, N. T. Bustle 
Fraser, George. (See Kirby and Fraser.) 
Fraser, James, Bridgeton, Mich. "Wheel for vehicles 
Fraser, John. (See Fraser, Edward D. and J.) 

Fraser, Norman, Arbroath, county of Forfar, Scotland. Method of plaiting and machinery 
therefor 

r raser, Tl 

Frasure, George "W. (See Wooldridge and Erasure.) 

Frauenheim, Edward, et al. (See Epping, Henry, assignor.) 

Frawley, David, Fairhaven, Mass. Clamp for molders' flasks 

Frawley, John J. (See Lubin, Frawley, and Abraham.) 

Frawley, John J., assignor to S. Lubin, Philadelphia, Pa. Nose-piece for spectacles 

Fray, James. (See Fray, John S. and J.) 

Fray, John S. and J., Bridgeport, Conn. Tool-handle 

Frazee, John, New Orleans, La. Egg-carrier 

Frazee, ^William C. (See Peed and Frazee.) 

Frazer, George, Williamsburg, Ind. "Wagon-jack 

Frazer, James S. (See Hillman, John H., assignor.) 

Frazer & Jones Co. (See Jones, Llewellyn E., assignor.) 

Frazier, John A., Georgesville, assignor of one-half to I. Moore, Harrisburg, Ohio. Car 
coupling 

Frazier, Joseph W., New York, N. T. Cartridge-box .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.... 

Frazier, Joseph "W., New York, N. Y. Cartridge-box 

Frazier, Joseph "W., New York, N. Y. Cartridge-box.... 

Frazier, "Walter S., Aurora, 111. Two-wheeled vehicle 

Freck, William C, New Bedford, assignor of one-half to J. Hirsh, Columbus, Ohio. Hatch- 
way for elevators 

Frederick, Mary E., et al. (See Stewart, Homer, assignor.) 

Fredericks, Christian A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Granulatmg-mill 

Fredericks, Christian A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrigerator-building 

Fredericks, Christian A., Brookl'vn, N. Y. Refrigerator-building 

Fredericks, John L., Le Grangev'ille, N. Y. Floor-jack 

Freed, Isaac, and J. A. Affleck, Harrisburg, Pa. Combined button and elastic shoe 

Freeland, Francis T., Leadville, Colo. Jigger for separating ores 

Freeland, James R., assignor of one-balf to E. C. Bradley, Wellsville, N. Y. Doubletree 

Freeman. Alexander H., New York, N. Y. Electrical matting 

Freeman, Augustus M., assignor to himself and C. S. Edgar, Metuchen, N. J. Ball-game. . 

Freeman, Catherine R., administratrix. (See Freeman, Joseph.) 

Freeman, Charles C, Dixfield, assignor to C. M. Forster, Buckfield, Me. Machine for 
polishing and compressing tooth-picks 

Freeman, Claudius G., Cincinnati, assignor of one-half to 0. Simpson, College Hill, Ohio.) 
Grinding-mill ( 

Freeman & Co., H. H. (See Smallwood, John H., assignor.) 

Freeman, George W., Frankfort, Ind. Harness box-loop 

Freeman, Henry A., Wesley, Ind. Sulky-plow 

Freeman, J. W. (See Howard, John D., assignor.) 

Freeman, James P., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to S. M. Bryan, Washington, D. C. 
Telephone-transmitter * 

Freeman, James P., Chicago, 111., assignor to S. M. Bryan, Washington, D. C. Arrester for 
electric currents 

Freeman, John R., Lawrence, Mass., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, "Water- 
bury, Conn. Photographic apparatus 

Freeman, Joseph, deceased; C. R. Freeman, administratrix and assignor of one-half to D. 
Henney, Hartford, Conn. Galvanic battery. , 

Freeman, Joseph B., Battersea, county of Surrey, England. White pigment 

Freeman, Melvin P., Somerville, assignor of one-half to F. L. Pierce, Boston, Mass. Piston- 
meter 

Freeman, Michael, Racine, "Wis. Seed-sower '.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'..'. 

Freeman, Samuel D., Fort Thomas, Ariz. Ter. Portable bath-tub 

Freer, Charles H., Blue Earth City, Minn. Strap-buckle 

Freer, Charles S., New York, N. Y, assignor to E. Todd & Co. Roughening pens 

Frees, Chancy A., New York, N. Y. Artificial leg 

Frees, Louis C. F., New York, N. Y. Buckle 

Frees, Louis C. F. , New York, N. Y. Tip for scarf-neckbands 

Freese, John D., Chicago, HI. Vegetable-slicer 

Frega. Guiseppe, Philadelphia, Pa. Tailor's measure 

Frei. Henry, Kansas. 111. Roofing-cement 




8 PAT 



114 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUE© FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Freise, Eduard. (See Bosse, Friese, and Wolters.) 

Frekker, Kathrine, assignor of one-half to P. Hanson, Chicago, 111. Window-reflector . . . 

Frelinghuysen, George G. (See Higbie, Moses S., assignor.) 

Fremont Drop Forge Company et al. (See Burdsall, Stephen, assignor.) 

French, Byron A., Pawtucket, R. I. Saw-buck 

French, C. Hermon, and A. T. Gifford, Hopedale, assignors to Shaw Stocking Company, 
Lowell, Mass. Device for changing speed 



French, Carmi M., Waterford, Mich. Potato-digger . 



Roofing 



Loom-picker 



French, Charles H. H., Hollister, Cal. Hay -press 

French, Charles M., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacture of plow-blades 

French, Clinton, assignor of one-half to J. P. Humphrey, Cleveland, Ohio. 
French, Dennis T. (See Richards and French.) 

French, Harlow, New York, N. Y. Rope ladder 

French, Heman R., assignor to G. E. Dumas, Waterbury, Vt. Butter-tub. 

French, Henry A., Dimondale, Mich. Pump. 

French, John A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to T. Kane, Chicago, HI 

French, John H., Rochester, N. Y. Stove-pipe shelf 

French, John H., Rochester, N. Y. Folding school-globe 

French, John S., Knight's Landing, Cal. Wagon-scraper 

French, Josiak F., Philadelphia, Pa. Bucksaw 

French, Peter W., trustee. (See Meacom, George, assignor.). 

French, Stephen H., and W. J. Maltby, Baird, Tex. Nut-lock.... 

French, W. F. (See Penfield, Charles W., assignor.) 

French, William A., Senatobia, Miss. Insecticide 

Frenier, John H. , Rutland, Yt. Pump 

Frenot, Louis D., Newark, N. J. Convertible button 

Frere, Nestor, London, county of Middlesex, England. Combination watch-chain and pen 

and pencil holder 

Freschl, Carl. Milwaukee, Wis. Mitten ■ 

Fretwell, William A., Reidsville, N. C. Plow 

Fretz. Emil. (See Waespi, Fretz, Spellman, and Frey.) 

Freudenberg, William, New York, N. Y. Coal-scuttle 

Freund, Robert G., Chicago, 111. Sifter and strainer 

Frey, Arnold, Chicago, 111. Hair-cutting implement 

Frey, John. (See Waespi, Fretz, Spellman, and Frey.) 

Frey, John A., Colesville, Md. Pitcher for sirup, milk, &c 

Friburk, Plazi B., and F. A. Borer, Le Sueur, Minn. Sulky-plow 

Frichette, Peter, Sheridan, Cal. Cultivator 

Frick, William A., Los Angeles, Cal. Pipe-mold 

Frie, Hermanus T., Curacoa, West Indies. Tricycle - 

Fried, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Device for hanging stage-scenery 

Friedlaender, Eugen, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of imitation flowers from fur 

Friedlaender, Paul, assignor to K. Oehler, Offenbach-on-the-Main, Germany. Combination 
of tetrazodiphenyl chloride with resorcin 

Friedman, Louis, New York, N. Y. Ear and neck protector 

Friedmann, John C, New York, N. Y. Pocket-knife 

Frielinghaus, Ferdinand, Voerde, Westphalia, Germany. Sheep-shears 

Friend, Adam M., Rawlins, Wyo. Ter. Manual motor 

Friensehner, Paul. (See Behan and Friensehner.) 

Frierson, Luther L. (See Knapp, Charles, assignor.) 

Fries, Charles, New York, N. Y. Pigment 

Frik, Louis, Philadelphia, Pa. Shoal-water alarm 

Frisbie, Edward C. (See Sibley, John L. B., assignor.) 

Frisbie, Frank D., Plantsville, Conn. Wagon end-gate 

Frishmuth, Benoni. (See Bishop, ClementB., assignor.) 

Frishmuth, William, assignor to R. de Montgelas, W. H. Gaw, J. H. Clark, R. Ellis, H. 
Jungerich, and G. C. Potts, Philadelphia, Pa. Galvanic cell 

Frishmuth, William, assignor to R. de Montgelas, W. H. Gaw, J. H. Clark, R. Ellis, H. 
Jungerich, and G. C. Potts, Philadelphia, Pa. Galvanic cell 

Frishmuth, William, assignor to R. De Montgelas. W. H. Gaw, J. H. Clark, R. Ellis, H. 
Jungerich, and G. C. Potts, Philadelphia, Pa. Making aluminium chloride 

Fritsone, Hermann, New York, N. Y. Watch-chain 

Fritz, George J., St. Louis, Mo. Machine for corrugating metal rollers 

Fritz, James B. (See Matlock and Fritz.) 

Frizelle, Horace J., assignor of one-half to C. A. Hurlburt, Minneapolis, Minn. Heater . . 

Froehlich, Herman, Waterloo, Ind. Burial-vault 

Frogner, John G., Iola, Wis. Dump-cart 

(See Burkman, Walfrid, assignor.) 

Chicago, 111. Brick-kiln - 

Chicago, 111. Construction of walls 

Chicago, 111. Construction of walls 

(See Church, George W., assignor.) 



Frost, Charles H. 

Frost, Charles H., 

Frost, Charles H., 

Frost, Charles H.. 

Frost, Charles W. 

Frost, Daniel C, Springfield, Mass. Surcingle-fastening 

Frost, Edward J. (See Dawson and Frost.) 

Frost, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Temperature-regulator for carburetors 

Frost, Eli C, Elmira, N. Y. Heating-stove 

Frost, Eli C, Elmira, N. Y. Candy-furnace and oven combined 

Frost, George, et al. (See Haynes, Edgar K., assignor.) 
Frost, George, et al. (See Preston, Charles A., assignor.) 
Frost, George A., et al. (See Haynes, Edgar K , assignor.) 
Frost, George A., et al. (See Preston, Charles A, assignor.) 

Frost, George D., Concord, N. H. Device for tightening bands -- 

Frost, George E., assignor to Frost Veneer Seating Company, (limited,) Sheboygan, Wis. 



Pattern . 



Frost, Horace J., Washington, D. C. Flushing-tank for water-closets . 
Frost, James H. (See Graves, Norman K., assignor.) 
Frost, James R., assignor of one-half to G. B. Safford, Skowhegan, Me. 
Frost, John M., etal. (See Bonehill, Robert, assignor.) 

Frost, Joseph W., Rochester, N. Y. Electric test system 

Frost, L. Wesley, et al. (See O'Connor, James L., assignor.) 

Frost, Lewis D., Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for turning insulator-pins . 

Frost, Newland E., Geneva, N. Y. Package-holder 



Button-hole stay. 




Date. 



366,624 



371,188 



July 12 



Oct. 11 



360,383 Mar. 29 

375,484 Dec. 27 

371,932 
356,530 
359,925 



Oct. 25 
Jan. 25 
Mar. 22 



366,825 
367,384 
362,947 
374,893 
360.427 
374,789 
367,751 
375,061 

365,741 

370,733 
367,803 
363,738 

367,804 
373,281 
374,829 

362,616 
360,579 
375,546 

357,122 
373,450 
356,631 
365,176 
373,282 
369,052 
363,058 

361,404 
365,061 
361,755 
359,252 
364,406 



358,926 
358,655 

357,985 



July 19 
Aug. 2 
May 17 
Dec. 13 
Apr. 5 
Dec. 13 
Aug. 2 
Dec. 20 

June 28 

Sept. 27 
Aug. 9 

May 24 

Aug. 9 
Nov. 15 
Dec. 13 

May 10 
Apr. 5 
Dec. 27 

Feb. 1 
Nov. 22 
Jan. 25 
June 21 
Nov. 15 
Aug. 30 
May 17 

Apr. 19 
June 21 
Apr. 26 
Mar. 15 
June 7 



Mar. 8 
Mar. 1 

Feb. 15 



358,030 Feb. 22 



Feb. 22 



358,031 

359,601 
369,053 
369,239 

366,719 
372,532 
374,531 

364,240 
364,241 
364,242 

373,521 

363,324 
367,510 
372,663 



Mar. 22 
Aug. 30 
Aug. 30 

July 19 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 6 

June 7 
June 7 
June 7 

Nov. 22 

May 17 
Aug. 2 
Nov. 8 



Monthly 
volume. 



— 



1200 '- 321 



648 

2968 

1870 

1718 
1760 
2243 



1480 

37 

1251 

1034 

41 

885 

602 

1297 

2266 

2082 

687 

2372 

689 

1513 

944 

776 

273 

1960 

559 
1771 
1917 
1416 
1514 
2474 
1412 

1455 
1252 
1955 
1192 
279 



761 
352 

1803 

1859 

1860 

1747 
2476 
2708 

1337 
362 
520 

57 
58 
59 

1903 

1767 
231 
562 



364,812 

367,205 

362,268 
360,769 



June 14 

July 26 

May 3 
Apr. 5 



373,017 Nov. 8 j 1112 

373,451 Nov. 22 ! 1772 
356,713 ' Jan. 25 i 2016 



879 



1985 



278 
528 



166 
752 



444 
458 
564 

395 
10 
332 
271 
11 
232 
163 
338 

590 



186 
616 

186 
399 
246 

214 

67 

510 

145 

470 
503 
373 
400 
657 
373 



Official 
Gazette. 



330 
510 
311 

77 



84 
473 

491 

492 



657 
719 

358 

99 

136 

17 
17 

18 

505 

463 

67 
153 



470 
530 



40 



41 136 

38 1485 

•41 1434 

41 i 365 

38 ! 358 

38 ' 1346 



40 
40 
39 
41 
39 
41 
40 
41 

39 

40 
40 
39 

40 
41 
41 

39 
39 
41 

38 
41 
38 
39 
41 
40 
39 

39 

39 
39 
38 
39 



38 
38 

38 

38 791 
38 ! 791 

38 1256 
40 

40 

40 
41 
41 

39 ! 1099' 
39 I HOC 

39 ! 1100 

41 ! 852 

30 820 

40 496 

41 586 



296 41 683 



41 
38 



828 
407 



231 , 30 1259 

C536 * 
i 537 $ 

78 
137 



40 400 



39 
39 



527 
99. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



115 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Frost, Richard L., Battle Creek, Mich. Rotary pump 

Frost Veneer Seating Company. (See Frost, George E., assignor.) 
Frost, William. (See Heath and Frost.) 

Frothingham, Edwin, Boston, Mass. Door-check 

Frow, James P. (See Hartman and Frow.) 

Fry, Benjamin, Erie, Pa. Combination-lock 

Fry, Frederick D. (See Howe and Fry.) • 

Fry, Frederick D., and H. W. Benedict, Danbury, Conn. Overshoe 

Fry, Frederick D., and H. W. Benedict, assignors of one-third to T. H. Benedict, Danbury, 
Conn. Overshoe 



Fry. Frederick D., and H. W. Benedict, assignors of one-third to T. H. Benedict, Danbury, 
Conn. Last for overshoes . 



Fry, George W., Beaver, assignor to Rochester Tumbler Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Cover 
for jelly-tumblers 

Fry, John M., Rothsville, Pa. Cigar-bundling machine 

Fry, John O., et al. (See Merrill, John T., assignor.) 

Fry. William W., assignor of one -half to J. P. Rickards, Philadelphia, Pa. Tag for car- 
pets 



Frye, Frederick S., and E. "Wade, Lawrence, Mass. Apparatus for balling warps. 
Fryer, Robert M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Construction of vessels for marine purposes. . . 



Fryer, Robert M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Construction of ships . 



Frvxell, John, Moline, 111. Ratchet screw-driver or drill 

Fuchs, John, Beardstown, 111. Electric cut-out 

Fnchs, Julius, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Corset 

Fuchs, Mary, Camden. N. J. Trimming for hats 

Fuchs, Oscar J. (See Dufeu and Fuchs.) 

Fuechsel, Albeit E. (See Stewart, George W., assignor.) 

Fuel Gas and Electric Engineering Company. (See Wellman and Goetz, assignors.) 

Fulilrott, Otto, et al. (See Beck, Traugott, assignor.) 

Fnllam, Frank. (See Raymond, Freeborn B., assignor.) 

Fuller, Abbott F., et al. (See Shinn and Fagley, assignors.) 

Fuller, Andrew. (See Reichert and Fuller.) 

Fuller, Arthur, trustee. (See Gordon, William, assignor.) 

Fuller, Francis E. (See Chace, Lincoln E., assignor.) 

Fuller, George R. , Rochester, N. V. Tendon for artificial limbs 

Fuller, George R. , Rochester, N. V. Joint for artificial limbs 

Fuller, Hiram H.. Meadville, Pa. Store-service apparatus 

Fuller, Levi K., Brattleborough, Vt. Dust-guard 

Fuller, Levi K., Brattleborough, Vt. Car-coupling 

Fuller, Levi K., Brattleborough, Vt., assignor to Estey Organ Company. Octave-coupler 

Fuller, Lloyd B., assignor of one-half to W. S. Mitchell, Chicago, 111. Electric smelling- 
bottle ". 

Fuller, Olney B. (See Owen and Fuller.) > 

Fuller, Olney B. (See Smith and Fuller.) 

Fuller, Olney B., and W. M. Wyckoff, Detroit, Mich. Heating-furnace 

Fuller, Oscar B., assignor to himself and J. A. Ellsworth, Burlington, Kans. 
level . 



Pendulum- 



■i 



Fuller, Willard H., Passaic, N. J., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, New York, 

N. Y. Finder for photographic cameras 

Fuller, Willard H., Passaic, N. J., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, New York, 

X. Y. Plate-holder for photographers 

Fuller, Willard M., assignor to American Pulverizer Company, New York, N. Y. Pulver-? 

izing-machine 

Fullerton, George A., Boston, Mass. Voltaic inner sole 

Fullerton, George A., Boston, Mass., assignor of two-thirds to W. F. Duncan, New York, 

N. Y., and G. H. P. Flagg, Boston, Mass. Bottle-stopper 

Fullerton, George A., Boston, Mass., assignor of two-thirds to W. F. Duncan, New York, 

N. Y., and G. H. P. Flagg, Boston, Mass. Combined bottle and stopper 

Fullwiler, Adam, Tule River, Gal. Insecticide 

Fulton, Andrew C. (See Lecrone, Emanuel K., assignor.) 

Fulton, Elisha M., New York, N. Y. Cordage-spinning machine 

Fulton, Harmon H., Indianapolis, Ind. Cultivator attachment 

Fulton, Harry C, and M. L. Eldridge, Davenport, Iowa. Permutation-lock 

Fulton, Samuel M., Gait, Cal. Windmill 

Funderbnrgh, David L., Salem, Nebr. End-gate 

Funderburk. James S., et al. (See Helms, Jacob H., assignor.) 

Funk, John W., Hey worth, 111. Belt-tightener 

Furbish, Clinton, Brooklyn, assignorto Tubal Cain Tap, Die, andBolt Company, New York, 

N. Y. Manufacture of screw-bolts 

Furbish, Zachary T.. Augusta, assignor to W. H. Stevens, Portland, Me. Knob-lock 

Furbush & Son Machine Company, M. A. (See Meyer, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Furman, John A., Newark, N. J., assignor of one-half to Celluloid Novelty Company, New 

York, N. Y. Die for molding mouth-pieces for whistles, &c, of celluloid 

Furman, John A.. Newark, N. J., assignor of one-half to Celluloid Novelty Company, Newi 

York, N. Y. Die for molding hollow articles of celluloid or analogous material ' 

Furnas, John D., Waynesville, Ohio. Vehicle-spring 

Furr, Andrew J., et al. (See Knaus, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Furrell, Edward W., assignor of one-half to P. Bakewell, St. Louis, Mo. Combined box or 

chute and means for intermittently discharging coins therefrom 

Furse, John P. , Maywood, 111. Child's folding carriage 

Furtli, Ignatz. (See Herquet, Joseph W., assignor.) 
Fust, Charles. (See Smith, John T., assignor.) 

Fyfe, Alexander, assignor of two-thirds to N. Barnert and T. Bromley, Paterson, N.J. Fount- 
ain-pen 

Fyfe, Robert, New York, N. Y. Station-indicator 

Fyler, Silas B., East Syracuse, N. Y. Car-coupling 



No. 



363,739 

356,115 

365,177 

364,006 

368,663 

368,664 

358,114 
370,252 

373,822 
.373,180 

355,868 
356,065 



370,734 
356,632 
367,140 
361,756 



I 



361,405 
370,774 
359,207 
369,596 
372,462 
367,902 

367,341 



368,201 

370,013 

369,515 

373,231 
365,510 
371,189 

373,973 

375,347 
373,396 

361,057 
359,780 
365,468 
355,869 
369,283 

375,673 

357,768 
355,311 

365,768 
369,784 
359,719 



362,886 
360,873 



367,752 
375,348 
359,253 



Date. 



May 24 

Jan. 18 
June 21 
May 31 
Aug. 23 
Aug. 23 

Feb. 22 

Sept. 20 

Nov. 29 
Nov. 15 

Jan. 11 
Jan. 11 



Sept. 27 
Jan. 25 
July 26 
Apr. 26 



Apr. 19 
Oct. 4 
Mar. 8 
Sept. 6 
Nov. 1 
Aug. 9 

July 26 



Aug. 16 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 6 

Nov. 15 
June 28 
Oct, 11 

Nov. 29 

Dec. 27 
Nov. 15 

Apr. 12 

Mar. 22 
June 28 
Jan. 11 
Aug. 30 

Dec. 27 

Feb. 15 
Jan. 4 

June 28 
Sept. 13 
Mar. 22 



May 10 
Apr. 12 



Aug. 2 
Dec. 27 
Mar. 15 



Monthly 
volume. 






2373 

1186 

1417 

2761 

1907 

1908 

1992 
1351 

2331 
1364 

806 
1093 



2082 
1918 
1903 
1956 



1455 

34 

1124 

387 
266 
826 

2200 



1252 

1011 

274 

1451 

1915 

649 

2542 

1690 
1690 

953 

2016 

1847 

807 

2768 

2144 

1519 
25 

2301 

642 

1911 



1163 
682 



603 
1691 
1193 



(616 
$617 

314 

373 
716 
507 
507 

525 

361 



624 

(361 

)362 

(211 

) 212 

(287 

|288 

<(289 

|290 

1291 

552 

503 

514 

510 



375 
8 
293 
107 
73 
222 

591 



334 
267 

76 

382 
(498 
)499 

166 

683 
444 



241 
510 
480 
212 
739 

557 

395 

7 



598 
(173 
1174 

484 



311 

178 



163 

:444 

445 

311 



Official 
Gazette. 



39 
39 



39 945 






243 
1368 
1024 

840 
840 

814 

1304 

942 
739 

164 
220 



1447 
389 
383 

388 



286 

9 

1117 

1109 

521 

617 

439 



705 

1232 

1086 

755 

1475 

136 

983 

1399 
80Q 

181 
1304 
1461 

164 
1016 

1484 

721 

T 

1548 
1165 

1286 



696 
133 



40 564 
• 41 1399 
38 I 1138 



116 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fvrberg, Andrew. (See Johnson and Fyrberg.) _ 

G*a Kim, Stephen M., and G. P. Parsons, New York, assignors to H. E. Kirstem, Rochester, 
N. Y. Eyeglasses 

Gabel, Henry, et al. (See Gabel, Lueian, assignor.) 

Gabel, James, et al. (See Gabel, Lueian, assignor.) „,,,,. ,. „ 

Gabel, Lueian, Kansas City, Mo., assignor to J. and H. Gabel, Minneapolis, Kans. Ma- 
chine for mating fences - -0 

Gabelman, Charles, Burlington, Iowa. Meat-cutting machine 

Gable, James C, Lancaster, Pa. Inkstand 



Gaboury, Joseph A., Montgomery, Ala. Cotton-compressor 

Gadberry, Harvey 0. (See Kennedy and Gadberry.) 

Gadsden, Henry A. (See Herrick and Tophain, assignors.) 

Gadsden. Henry A. (See Radcliffe, Francis, assignor.) 

Gaede, William H. (See Packer and Gaede.) 

Gaertner, August, H., St. Louis, Mo. Box-fastener 

Gage, James P., Fairfield, Iowa. Folding chair 

Gage, JohnP., Vineland, N. J. Blotter 

Gage, William F., Johnstown, N. Y. Folding bracket 

Gaghan, Thomas E. (See Hart and Gaghan.) 

Gagnaux, Louis, Ste. Croix, Switzerland, assignor to M. J. Paillard & Co., New York, N. Y. 
Automatic check for music-boxes - '- 

Gail Carl, Chicago, 111. Adjustable guide for band-saws --- 

Gail, Harry S., Highland Park, assignor to F. C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Hoisting and drop- 
ping apparatus ■-.•■; •■■ -----,-■' V ' i % 

Gaillac Eugene G., assignor of one-half to P. B. Kiernan, Chelsea, Mass. Napkin-holder . 

Gaillard, Ella 1ST., assignor to E. Marx, New York, N. Y. Combined needle and cord and 
mode of uniting the same .- - - - -.- 

Gaillet, Paul, Lillie Nord, France. Decantation apparatus for effecting the automatic sep- 
aration of solid matters held in suspension in liquids 

Gaines, Hiram F., Rouse's Point, N. Y. Nut-lock 

Gaines, Hiram F., Rouse's Point, N. Y. Mail-Taag 

Gaines, Robert E . , Frankfort, Ky. Steam-pressure regulator 

Gair, Robert. (See Liddell, William, assignor.) 

Gaiser, Charles A., Edwardsville, 111. Armature for electro-magnets 

Gaither, Charles P., executor. (See Moore, Lee E.) 

Gaitlev, John E., Troy, N. Y. Handle - 

Galbraith, Andrew, Philadelphia, Pa. Doubling-machine 

-Galbraith, Edward A., assignor of one-half to H. W. Bragg, Boston, Mass. Bottle-case. - - 

Galbreth, Brenton K, Salem, Ohio. Dinner-bucket - ----;--. 

Gale, Charles C, Glenville, assignor of one-third to R. Cowles, Cleveland, Ohio. Device 
Jfor darning stockings, &c 

Gale, Horatio, Albion, Mich. Sulky-plow - ....................... 

Gall John S., assignor to Steam Gauge and Lantern Company, Rochester, N. \ . lubulai 



No. 



364,340 

357,916 
359,069 
362,154 
373,357 



362,831 
369,931 
366,949 
372,215 



j 359,146 
356,462 

367,903 
357,313 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 





<» 




bl 






Mav 10 
Sept. 13 
July 19 
Oct. 25 



Mar. 8 
Jan. 25 

Aug. 9 
Feb. 8 



362,374 : May 3 



372,216 

360,676 

I 374,790 

367,385 

| 358,343 

373,181 
374,055 
362,375 
362,948 

370,775 
360,217 



lantern 



Gallager, Henry, Savannah, Ga. Car-coupling 

Gallagher, John P. (See Dumbeck, Gnstav A., assignor.) 

Gallas, Peter, Lancaster, Pa. Sand-molding machine 

Galligan, John, et al. (See Healy, Byron J ., assignor.) 

Galligan, Michael J. , Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Boiler 

Gaui°-her, Thomas B., et al. (See Mitchell, Oliver F., assignor.) 
Gallon, William. (See Ferris and Gallon.) 

Galloway, Henrv E., Chicago, 111. Die-stock 

Gallup Novelty 'Works. (See Gallup, William H^assignor. ) „ 
Gallup, William H., assignor to Gallup Novelty Works, Troy. Is . Y. Show-stand for col- 
lars and cuffs - - - .- ■ ■ 

Gaily, Merritt, New York, N. Y. Ink-distributmg apparatus for printing-presses 

Gaily, Merritt, New York, N. Y. Musical instrument 

Gaily Merritt, New York, N. Y. Mechanical musical instrument 

Galpin, Lewis A., et al. (See Bowers, La Mont M., assignor. ) 

Galvin, James A., Steelton, Pa. Electrical alarm 

Gambell, Walter J. (See Battcher, John H., assignor.) 

Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Company. (See Cole, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Gamo-ee John, London, county of Middlesex, England. Steam-boiler 

Gaudy Belt Manufacturing Company. (See Gandy, Maurice, assignor.) , . , . . 

Gandy, Maurice, New Brighton, county of Chester, England. Apparatus for making lami-. 

nated belts -— ,— ------ : ,", 1" ■""•' "".'"; 

Gandy, Maurice, New Brighton, county of Chester, England. Forming endless laminated 



belts . 



Gandy, Maurice, New Brighton, county of Chester, assignor to Gandy Belt Manufacturing 

Company, (limited,) Liverpool, England. Belt for driving machinery - - - - - - 

Gandy, Maurice, New Brighton, county of Chester, assignor to Gandy Belt Manutactuving 

Company, (limited,) Liverpool, England. Belt or band for driving machinery 

Gangwer, Edward and H., Weatherly, Pa. Towel-rack ■ 

Gangwer, Herbert. (See Gangwer, Edward and H.) 

Gannon, Edward J. (See Adair, Irvine J., assignor.) _ - 

Gannon, William J., Fort Dodge, assignor of three-fourths to W. L. Ornck and M. J. Mul- 

grew, Dubuque, Iowa. Show-case 

Gano, Joseph. (See Cochard and Gano.) 

Ganster, George P., Reading, Pa. Lamp 

Gantenberg, Bernhard, Covington, Ky. Sash-fastener 

Ganter, Francis X. (See Crownfield, Herman F. D., assignor.) , 

Ganter, Francis X., and T. L. Borst, Baltimore, Md., said Borst assignor to said Ganter. 

Game-table - - - - - - • - - - - - - - - : • - - y " 

Garben, Adolph F. C, assignor to R. B. Langdon, Minneapolis, Minn. Hub-attacbmg de- 



363,515 
364,007 

356,872 
359,672 

372,664 

373,823 

356,828 ! 

364,813 ! 
370,466 i 

366,212 

369,402 

358,808 

358,809 

356,933 

357,077 
364,814 



Oct. 25 

Apr. 5 

Dec. 13 
Aug. 2 

Feb. 22 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 29 

May 3 

May 17 

Oct. 4 

Mar. 29 

May 24 

May 31 



1083 ! 293 , 39 682 

879 j 233 '■ 40 1209 

1640 I 440 : 40 327 

2146 ' 550 41 442 



1043 
1668 



827 
830 



271 
437 



222 
216 



424 118 



2146 
398 

887 
38 

2307 

1365 

2657 

425 

1254 

34 

2722 

2048 
2761 



551 

101 

232 

11 



33 

38 

40 
38 

39 

41 
39 
41 
40 



1103 
341 

617 
584 



443 

75 

1229 

458 



610 38 875 



362 
714 
118 
332 



688 



532 
716 



41 
41 
39 
39 



740 

1006 

557 

720 



41 ' 9 
38 1440 



39 
39 



Feb. 1 184 49,50 



Mar. 22 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 29 
Feb. 1 

June 11 

Sept. 27 

July 12 

Sept. 6 
Mar. 1 

Mar. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 
June 14 



1S37 



C466 \ 
i 467 j 



883 
1024 



456 

1272 



563 154 41 586 



2332 
114 



625 ! 41 943 

32 I 38 i 444 



879 , £ HI j 39 ] 1259 



1674 
633 



446 : 40 1373 
172 40 128 



130 38 40 1057 
563 J J£J \ 1 38 1009 



561 
262 



141 



38 1009 

38 469 



358,391 Feb. 22 



July 12 
June 28 



Garben", AdoiphF.Cv assignor to R. B. Langdon, Minneapolis, Minn. Hub-attaching de- 

" vice. (Reissue) ■■•■■ — •■• • - - - : 

Garber. Michael B., Springfield, and J. W. McElvain, Auburn, 111. School-desk 

Garbett, Joseph. (See Record, James L., assignor.) 

Garcia, Francisco. New York. N. Y. Trunk-corner 



366,213 
365,679 



364,999 

367,511 

10,874 
367,512 



471 126 I 38 509 
882 232 39 1260 



2373 ! 631 38 SS7 



June 14 

Aug. 2 

Oct. 18 
Aug. 2 



373.232 Nov. 15 



635 
21i;6 



1119 
232 



1683 
234 



173 
565 



40 128 
39 1522 



301 39 1309 
67 40 496 



435 
67 



41 
40 



348 
496 



1453 382 41 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical lint of patentees — Continued. 



117 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Gardanier, George W., New York, N. T., assignor to Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Com- 
pany, Baltimore, Md. Duplex telegraphy 

Gardiner, Edward A., Whiglane, N. J. Vehicle-gear 

Gardiner, William J., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Combined tobacco-box, match-box, and 
cigarette-former 

Gardner (c Co., F. A. (See Gardner, Frederick A., assignor.) 

Gardner, Charles B., Allston, (Boston,) Mass. Pulp-inachine 

Gardner, Charles B., Allston, (Boston,) Mass. Wood pulp for the manufacture of refrigera- 
tors and making the same 

Gardner, Charles B., Allston, (Boston,) Mass. Refrigerator 

Gardner, Edward Y., London, county of Middlesex, England. Manufacture of white 
lead - 

Gardner, EmmitV, K., West Town, N. Y. Hay-fork 

Gardner, Frederick A., assignor to F. A. Gardner & Co., Catskill, N. Y. Steam-engine . . . 

Gardner, George E., Xenia, Ohio. Uniting a combined re-enforce and overlap pieces to 
shirt-bodies 

Gardner, Henry B., Boston, Mass. Eloctric boot-blacking apparatus - 

Gardner, James B., Boston, Mass., assignor to National Heeling Machine Company, Port- 
land, Me. Attaching heels ". 

Gardner, James H., Elkhart, Ind. Yiolin tuning-peg 

Gardner, Llewellyn H., Detroit, Mich. Fly-paper 

Gardner, Louis F., Washington, D. C. Hat-fastener 



361,350 

375,148 

367,030 



Monthly ' Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Date. 



Apr. 19 
Dec. 20 



73 



1395 
1428 



374,182 \ Dec. 6 



I 



Gardner, M. Morris, Providence, K. I. Cigar-bunching machine 

Gardner, Marshall, and A. Lovedahl, assignors to J. Stone, Aurora, 111. Machine for form- 
ing and attaching clasps to strips 

Gardner, Oliver L., assignor of one-half to A. Yan Derwerken, Brooklyn, N. Y. Interior 
wall finish 

Gardner, Oliver L., assignor of one-half to A. Yan Derwerken, Brooklyn, N. Y. Interior 
wall finish 

Gardner, Perry G., assignor of one-half to F. D. Halstead, North Adams, Mass. Clutch. . . 

Gardner, William, Curtain Boad, county of Middlesex, assignor to B. C. Christie, Glen-? 
wood, England. Breech-loading gun > 

Garey, Caleb E., New York, N. Y. Car-spring 

Garey, Caleb E., New York, N. Y. Car-brake 



374,183 
374,184 

359,352 I 
358,738 
368,762 | 

371,677 
366,660 

360,580 
361,500 
-360,957 
300,770 

364,815 

365,251 

361,686 

361,687 
361,150 

371,836 

364,008 
367,805 



Dec. 
Dec. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
Aug. 

Oct. 

July 



15 

1 

23 

18 
19 



Apr. 5 

Apr. 19 

Apr. 12 

Apr. 5 

June 14 



Garey, Caleb E., New York, N. Y., assignor to Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery 
Railway Company, of New York. Street-car lamp 

Garfield, 'Albert G.* Chicago, 111. Kope-splice 

Garfield Injector Company. (See Kremer, Franklin W., assignor.) 

Garl, Manious, Akron, Ohio. Mechanical telephone 

Garland, Amasa S., ct al. (See Cushman, Adoniram J., assignor.) 

Garland, Howard P., San Quentin, Cal. Wheel or roller for slivering jute 

Garland, Michael. (See Patullo, George H., assignor.) 

Garland, Michael, Bay City, Mich. Drive-chain 

Garland, Michael, Bay City, Mich. Sprocket wheel and cable 

Garland, Michael, Bay City, Mich. Bope or cable coupling 

Garland, Michael, Bay City, Mich. Self-oiling journal-box 

Garland, Michael, Bay City, Mich., assignor to J. E. Emerson, Beaver Falls, Pa. Band- 
saw mill 



Garlington, Thomas C, Lafayette, Ala. Cotton-planter 

Garmer, George L., Kansas City, Mo. Automatic railway-switch 

Garner, William A., Fresno, Cal. Insecticide 

Garner, William O., Oberlin, and C. F. Laganke, Cleveland ; said Laganke assignor to Z. 

M. Garner, Oberlin, Ohio. Type-writing machine 

Garner, Zelota M. (See Garner and Laganke, assignors.) 

Garratt, Herbert W., Lower Clapton, county of Middlesex, England. Valve-gear 

Garrett, Albert F. M. , and A. J. Sanford, Dadeville, Ala. Back-band buckle 

Garrett, Edwin S., et al. (See Yeiser, Edmund, assignor.) 

Garrett, Henry H., Pittsburg, Pa. Guide-pin for molders' flasks 

Garrett, John S., et al. (See Yeiser, Edmund, assignor.) 

Garrigues, Lewis, Waterville, Conn. Feed-roll 

Garrison, Samuel E., assignor of one-half to A. E. Holmes, Dennisville, N. j. Shoe last 
and standard 



Garrood, Arthur F., Rutland Road, South Hackney, county of Middlesex," England. Sash- 
fastener 



Garside, John E., Peoria, 111. Scoop-board for wagons 

Garth & Co. (See Smith, John G., assignor.) 
Gartner, Carl. (See Jensen, Carl J. B., assignor.) 
Garver, David A. (See Straight and Jameson, assignors.) 

i Scranton, Pa. Making foundry -patterns 

(See Bradshaw, Silas S., assignor.) 

(See Tripp, James, assignor.) 

(See Tripp and Garvie.) 
Garvin, Samuel, Prairie Creek, assignor of one-half to W. R. Mercer, Terre Haute, Ind 

Mowing-machine 

Gary. Hiram, Croton, N. J. Basket-cover """'. 

Gas Consumers Benefit Company of the United States. (See Jackson, Walter M. assignor ) 
Gas Engine and Power Company. (See Ofeldt. Frank W., assignor.) 
Gas Motoren Fabrik Deutz. (See Otto, Nicolaus A., assignor.) 
Gaskill, Daniel W., Little Rock, Ark. Cotton-gin 



Garvey, Henry A., 
Garvey, JohnW. 
Garvie, George D. 
Garvie, George D. 



365,062 
356,116 

361,499 

356,312 

365,123 
366,472 
366,473 
373,283 

356,035 
372,665 
371,190 
373,928 

375,062 

359,147 
359,254 

371,837 

360,677 

373.974 

362,209 
367,615 



372,793 



357,590 
355,925 



June 

Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 

! Oct. 

May 

| A «g' 

June 
Jan. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Juue 
July 
July 
Nov. 

Jan. 
Nov. 
Oct. 

Nov. 



Mar. 
Mar. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

May 
Aug. 



Nov. 



Dec. 20 



Gaskill, 

Gaskill, 
Gaskill, 
Gaskill, 

Gaskill, 

Gaskill, 

Gaskin, 

Gaskin, 

Canad 



Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. 

Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. 
Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. 
Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. 

Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. 

Harvey F., Lockport, N. Y. 



Duplex engine , 

Compound engine 

Packing device for piston-rods 

Duplex engine 

Pumping-engine 

Valve-gear 

Robert, Sr., Portland, New Brunswick, Canada. Sight for fire-arras 

Robert, Fairville, assignor to himself and G. Mealey, Portland, New Brunswick 
a. Rotary saw-sharpener 



356,403 

364,640 

366,392 
367,806 
370,776 

372,794 

374.298 ! 
360,678 

360,679 



Feb. 
Jan. 



Jan. 

June 

July 
Aug. 
Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 
Apr. 

Apr. 



28 



1669 

010 

875 

692 

35 

765 

182 
401 

402 



437 

! 163 

' 164 

'235 

187 

9 

:206 

207 

48 

102 

102 

103 



359 
373 



July 26 1749 4T2 



29 
30 


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466 

2057 


344 | 
114 : 
545 ! 


1330 
1253 


344 
335 ; 


273 

1578 
807 
529 

883 


67 1 

409 i 

207 i 

137 ! 

(232 

J 233 


1526 


398 


1861 


483 


1862 
1111 

1569 

2763 

690 


483 i 
281 
(405 , 
( 406 1 
(716 
(717 j 
(186 ' 
1 187 I 


1254 

1187 


330 
314 


1577 


409 ' 


1453 


381 I 


1345 

965 

968 

1516 


356 i 
263 
263 ; 
401 


1053 

564 

649 

2474 


277 
154 
166 


1298 


339 


1044 
1194 


(271 

(272 
311 


1572 


406 


400 


101 


2543 


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374 


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326 

234 



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38 

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39 
40 
40 
41 

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41 
41 
41 



39 
41 

40 

41 

41 
41 

38 
38 
40 

41 
40 

39 
39 
39 
39 






275 

1338 



355 

1052 



1052 
1052 



1162 
990 



278 
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155 

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372 

372 
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327 
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589 

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1354 
192 

192 
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586. 
130 
970; 



41 1314 



^38 

38 

41 

39 

41 

39 
40 



1103 
1138 

328 



983 



513 
523 



41 622 



38 ! 671 

38 182 



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39 1210 



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40 
41 



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590 

9 



41 622 
41 1081 



39 
>39 



75 
75. 



118 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention . 



Gaskins, John L., 
G-asser, Michael. 
Gassner, Carl, Jr., 
Gaston, James E. 
Gates, Alfonso D., 



Gasking, Alfred J., Enfield, county of Middlesex, assignor to Gasking Patent Driving 
Belt and Leather Company, (limited,) London, England. Machine-belting 

Gasking, George H., Somerset Centre, Mich. Whip-socket and rein-holder. . 

Gasking Patent Driving Belt and Leather Company. (See Gasking, Alfred J., as- 
signor. )_ 

, Starke, Ela. Lumber-drier t 

(See East, Gasser, and Zwanziger.) 

, Mentz, Germany. Galvanic battery 

(See McDill and Gaston.) 
, assignor of one-half to A. S. Deutsch, Cleveland, Ohio. Wrench 

Gates, Curtis, Lyndon, Yt. Hay-tedder 

Gates, Eugene N., Holyoke, assignor to H. E. Coggsball, Fitchburg. Mass. Heating appa-) 
ratus for buildings \ 

Gates, Henry H., Eaton Rapids, Mich. Upholstered furniture 

Gates, James "W. (See Donoho and Gates.) 

Gates, Louis W. (See Gates, William and L. W.) 

Gates, Roswell W. (See Howard, Everett R., assignor.) 

Gates, Koswell W., assignor to E. E. Howard, Aurora, 111. Nut-lock 

Gates, William and L. W., assignors to C. Cowles & Company, New Haven, Conn. Ma-) 
chine for capping tacks I 

Gates, William H, Philadelphia, Pa. Artificial tooth-crown 

Gatewood, Wesley E., Stockport, Ohio. Metallic wheel 

Gatewood, William E., assignor of one -half to C. Rockhill, Harvard, Nebr. Adding-ma- 
chine ■' 

Gathmann, Louis, Chicago, 111. Bread and vegetable slicer 

Gathright, Josiah B. , Louisville, Ky. Device for attaching straps 

Gaudiu, Felix, Donaldsonville, La. Dental cabinet for laboratories 

Ganghen, Peter E. , Boston, Mass. Sail-boat 

Gaukroger, Albert, San Francisco, Cal. Screen-bottom for charcoal washing and filtering 
tanks 



Gault, Nathaniel C, et al. (See Schoonmaker, James H, assignor.) 

Gaume, Charles J. B., Brooklyn, assignor to Continental Gas Engine Company, New York,< 
N. Y . Gas-engine < 

Gause, James E., Brownsville, Tenn. Watch-rack 

Gautier, Alexandre, Pairs, France, assignor to Societe Gautier, Pozzy & Cie. Expansible 
pin-connection 

Gaver, Samuel P., assignor of one-half to R. Connor, Ewing, Nebr. Car-coupling 

Gavillet, William, and L. Martai-esche, Paris, France. Gas-motor 

Gavin, George, and L. W. Cromer, Eureka, Nev. Bit-brace 

Gavit, Clark K., assignor to himself and J. J. Walton, New York, N. Y. Automatic rail- 
way-gate 

Gavitt, George F., assignor to C. B. Taylor and J. T. Whitcomb, Berlin, Wis. Protecting 
roofs of buildings 

Gaw, William H., et ed. (See Frishmuth, William, assignor.) 

Gawn, James D., North Amherst, Ohio. Coupling-hook j 

Gay, Alexander, Providence, R. I. Punching-machine 

Gay, Charles P., Providence, R. I. Sash-holder 

Gay, Edgar A., Minneapolis, Minn. Pencil-sharpener 

Gay, Harry S., Lykens, Pa. Combined parallel-ruler and protractor 

Gay, Ware B., et al. (See Wheeler, Elbridge, assignor.) 

Gay, Ware B., et al., trustees. (See Wheeler, Elbridge, assignor.) 

Gay, William A., Newark, N. J. Door-knob 

Gaylor, Leonard B., Stamford, Conn. Bicycle 

Gaylord, Charles D. (See Barber, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Gaylord, Edward L., Bridgeport, Conn. Folding chair 

Gaylord, Edward L., Bridgeport, Conn. Miter-box 

Gaylord, Elbert W., Cleveland, Ohio. Metal seal 

Gaynor, Thomas E., New York, N. Y. Jar-fastener 

Gearing, Charles M. , Pittsburg, Pa. Liquid-fuel furnace 

Geary, George, Johnstown, N. Y. Glove-fastener 

Geary, Michael, Oil City. Pa. Universal drilling and tapping machine 

Gebh'ard, Lorenzo. (See Batt, John B., assignor.) 

Gebhardt, Charles, Cabery, 111. Extension-table 

Gebbart, J. F. (See Smith, James, assignor.) 

Gedge. Burton H., Covington, Ky. Railway-signal 

Gee, William, New York, N. Y. Automatic heat-indicator and distant alarm 



No. 



362,269 
355,312 



360,958 

373,064 

357,986 
368,390 

359,561 

366,474 



355,646 

373,284 I 

371,053 
372,370 

370,777 
364,641 
366,214 
370,467 
369,175 

360,581 

374,056 
,358,193 

364.584 : 
372,371 
357,193 
366,826 

363.133 

359,318 ; 

367,969 
369,597 
373,824 | 
370,940 
374,955 ! 



Date. 



May 3 
Jan. 4 



366,950 
361,280 | 

357,591 
374,868 
371,884 
365,592 
374,057 
369,848 
365,983 



Monthly 
volume. 



P. 



279 
27 



Official 
Gazette. 



Apr. 


12 


808 


Nov. 


15 


1185 


Feb. 

Aug. 


15 
16 


1804 
1515 


Mar. 


15 


1661 


July 


12 


969 


Jan. 


4 


477 


Nov. 


15 


1517 


Oct. 
Nov. 


4 
1 


463 
129 


Oct. 4 
June 14 
July 12 
Sept. 27 
Aug. 30 


37 

612 

637 

1675 

2633 


Apr. 


5 


274 



78 39 

8 ! 38 



207 ' 39 



Nov. 29 
Feb. 22 

June 7 
Nov. 1 
Feb. 8 
July 19 

May 17 

Mar. 15 

Aug. 9 
Sept. 6 
Nov. 29 
Oct. 4 
Dec. 20 



July 19 
Apr. 19 

Feb. 15 
Dec. 13 
Oct, 1 8 
June 28 
Nov. 29 
Sept. 13 
July 5 



2658 i J 715 
2113 



473 

404 

(423 

}424 

263 



127 

;40i 

i 402 

116 

39 

10 
164 
173 
446 
698 

67 

{714 

715 
558 



536 144 

130 I 39 

071 : 174 

1481 : 395 



1512 



401 



1279 331 38 



928 
388 

2334 
301 

1153 



251 
108 
626 
73 
302 



40 
40 
41 
41 
41 



1642 440 I 40 
1284 j{ 330 I 39 



361,688 Apr. 26 



May 31 
Jan. 18 



364,009 
356,360 



Gee, William V., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for stitching together Jacquard cards 361,406 i Apr. 19 

Geer, AdelbertL., Plymouth, Mich. Twine-binder 368,665 Aug. 23 

Geer, Alexander W., New York, N. Y. Fire-alarm 362,949 May 17 

Geer, George, Peterborough, N. H, assignor to Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Company, 

New Britain, Conn. Pneumatic door-check 371,259 Oct. 11 

Geer, George, Peterborough, N. H, assignor to Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Company, 

New Britain, Conn. Door-check j 374,245 Dec. 6 

Geer, Henry, Yale's Mills, Ohio. Water-motor ; 356,873 Feb. 1 

Geering, E. Fred., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Lamson Store Serv- i 

ice Company, Boston, Mass. Store-service apparatus j 370,778 Oct. 4 

Gehr, S. Whipple, et al. (See Holman, Strange A., assignor.) 

Geib, Bernhard D., Cleveland, Ohio. Snap-hook I 369,516 Sept, 6 

Geier, JohnL., Chicago, 111. Measuring oil-tank ! 360,289 Mar. 29 

Geiger, Carl, Carlsruhe, Baden, Germany. Sewer-gate i 356,758 Feb. 1 

Geiger, Francis C, Wood County, W. Va. Double-shovel plow 365,252 June 21 

Geiger, Francis C, Rockport, W. Ya. Cultivator 374,469 Dec, 6 

Geiger, G. H. (See Keinardt, John A., assignor.) 

Geiger, Henry O., Tacoma, Wash. Ter. Dredge 1368,884 Aug. 23 

Geiger, Jacob, Stuttgart, Wiirtemberg, Germany. Card-board-box fastening j 367,970 Aug. 9 

Geiger, John J., and I. T. Wood, Clyde, Ohio. Reel for holding wire-netting ! 374,357 Dec. 6 

Geiger, Wilhelm. (See Keck and Geiger.) 

Geiger, Wilhelm, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cloth-sponging machine ! 371,191 Oct. 11 

Geigy, Jean R. (See Greppin, Edward, assignor.) 

Geils, August, New York, N. Y. Fishing-reel 1374,737 Dec. 13 

Gelineau, Vital, Lowell, Mass. Elevator j 373,285 Nov. 15 



1240 326 

998 ■ 261 

1648 I 425 

2046 : 534 

2C61 ! 715 

742 i 198 

322 I 85 

1664 ; 484 



- 41 

38 
40 

1 38 

40 



38 

[« 

41 
41 



41 
39 
40 
40 
40 

39 

[41 
38 

39 
41 

38 
40 

39 



2765 
1525 

1456 

1909 

1255 



717 
401 
(376 
£377 
S 508 
}509 
333 



746 ! 191 



107 
186 

41 

275 

2837 

24 

1530 

_ 428 

2222 
929 
273 

651 

810 
1521 



27 
51 



38 
41 
41 
39 
41 
40 
40 

39 

39 
38 

>39 

> i0 
39 



be 



527 
7 



155 

707 

775 

757 

1224 

192 



94 

768 

91 
495 

10 
1211 

128 
1373 

990 

| 53 

I 

1006 

837 

! 1189 
495 
554 
295 

770 

1154 

636 
1109 

943 

60 

1288 



327 
256 

671 
1250 

342 

1501 

1006 

1184 

62 



373 

i 1025 

| 307 

286 

840 
720 



41 ! 154 



41 

38 



10 41 



76 

721 

8 

398 

112 

591 

251 
73 

167 

213 

402 



40 
38 

38 
39 
41 

40 

40 
41 

41 

41 
41 



1067 
456 

10 

1086 
1462 
428 
1388 
1128 

901 

636 
1098 

136 

1214 

768. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 



119 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gemmell, Robert, Columbus, Ontario, Canada. Spindle-banding and band-tightener for 

spinning-machines 

Gemmill, John B., Ked Bluff, Cal. Reel -supporting arm 

Gendron, Patrick H., Concord, N. H. Saw-filing machine 

Gendron, Peter, Toledo, Ohio. Tricycle 

Genese, David, Baltimore, Md. Combined dental speculum, reflector, and cheek -corn- 



No. 



pressor . 



Genese, David, Baltimore, Md. Artificial tooth 

Genese, David, Baltimore, Md. Tongue-holder for mouth and throat operations 

Gennert, Emil F.. Brooklyn, N. T. Argand gas-burner 

Gonnert, Emil F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Atmospheric burner 

Gennert, EmilF., Brooklyn, X. Y. Insulating-joint or pipe-coupling 

Gent, Joseph F., Columbus, Ind. Preparing cereals 

Gent, "William, Rockford, 111. Carriage-wrench 

Genter, John. (See Kaufhold and Genter.) 

Gentry, Oliver H., assignor of one-half to J. Block, Opelousas, La. Steam-boiler 

Gentry, Thomas W., and G."W. O'Brien, Atlanta, Ga. Heating, setting, and removing tires. 
Gentzsch, Theodore, assignor to himself and G. A. Witte, Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Holder for 

collars or cuffs 

Gentzsch, Theodore, and G. A. Witte, Jr., Brooklyn, X. T. Garment-supporter 

George, Albert F., "Washburn, Mo. Spring-motor 

George, Josias J., Baltimore, Md. Barrel-truck 

George, Moses E., Lebanon, N. H. Condensing carding-machine 

George, "William E., assignor of one-half to J. Coenen, Harlan, Iowa. Convertible stock- 



356,117 
356,829 
361,757 
365,377 

364,505 
371,054 
374,122 
358,344 
358,345 
373,452 
372,065 
360,874 

375,282 
357,194 

361.058 
366.827 
370.779 
372,137 
373,137 



Date. 



Jan. 18 
Feb. 1 
Apr. 26 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 






June 28 1722 



June 7 

Oct. 4 

Nov. 29 

Feb. 22 

Feb. 22 

Nov. 22 I 1773 

Oct. 25 ! 1915 

Apr. 12 



1188 

116 

1957 



421 

464 

2753 

2308 

2309 



314 

32 

510 

445 

114 
116 
740 
610 
611 
470 



Dec. 20 

Feb. 8 

Apr. 12 

July 19 

Oct. 4 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 15 



wagon 

George, "William F., assignor of one-half to C. A. Christian and J. C. Shoup, New York, 

X. Y. Broom-bridle 372,259 

Georget, Francois X., St. Louis, Mo. Rolls for rolling rail way -ties I 364,642 

Georget, Francois X., St. Louis, Mo. Railway -bedding 

Georget, Francois X. , St. Louis, Mo. Railway-guard rail 

Georgia, Harrison "W., Smethport, Pa. Combined jointer and side-dresser for saws 

Gepford, "William, "West Salem, Ohio. Fence-post 

Gerald, Robert F., assignor of two-thirds to S. C. Nightingale, Boston, and F. C. Childs, 

Winchester, Mass. Hose-coupling 

Gerard, Fardenad, assignor of one-half to N. Palardis and N. Pierre, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Draw-bridge gate .-. - 

Gerard, John, assignor to Landers, Frary & Clark, New Britain, Conn. Meat-cutter 

Gerard. John J., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to F. Schlesinger, Milwaukee, "Wis. Dust- 



374,591 Dec. 13 



collector 



Gerber, Mahlon A., assignor of one-half to R. A. Pott, Lost Creek, Pa. Railway-switch . . . 
Gerber, Mahlon A., assignor of one-half to R. A. Pott, Lost Creek, Pa. Railway-switch. 

(Reissue) 

Gerhani, Phillip H. (See Hutchins, Charles N, assignor.) 

Gerhard, Charles, New York.N.Y. Composition for Bengal lights 

Gerhard, Charle9, Merrill, "Wis. Crimper for boot or shoo packs 

Geringer, John W. (See Kernodle, James A., assignor.) 

Gerkhardt, William, St. Louis, Mo. Steam-generating furnace 

Gerlach, Andrew P., Mendota, 111. Device for converting motion 

Gerlach, Carl C., assignor to R. P. Gerlach, Cleveland, Ohio. Grease-cup 

Gerlach, Charles F. , Milwaukee, Wis. Circular sawing machine 

Gerlach, Rudolph P. (See Gerlach, Carl C, assignor.) 

Germeuil-Bonnaud, Jean B., Longton, county of Stafford, England. Producing copies for 

lithography from photographs 

Germain, Pierre, Clermont Ferrand, Puv-de-Dfime, France. Electric battery 

Germond, Gilbert A., Van Nest. X. Y. Pan-lifter 

Geronimi. Giuseppe, and G. Yenini. Milan, Italy. Cremation-furnace 

Gersdorff, Augustus, Washington, D. C. Funnel 

Gerstein, Dederick, assignor to himself, E. H. Taylor, Yassar, J. G. Trump, H. Luebkeit, 

M. Reichle, and P. Trump, Tuscola County, Mich. Pendulum-power 

Geschke, Charles V., Bridgeport, Conn. Detachable horseshoe - 

Gessner, Ernst, Aue, Saxony, Germany. Machine for making card-clothing 

Gessner, Ernst, Aue, Saxony, Germany. Card-clothed roller 

Gessner, Gustavus A., Fremont, Ohio. Bottle-stopping mechanism 

Gessner, Gustavus A., Fremont, Ohio. Bottle-stopper 

Gessner, Gustavus A., Fremont, Ohio. Bottle-stopper 

Gesswein, Frederick W, Brooklyn, N. Y. Broach 

Getchell, Augustus W. , Cleveland, Ohio. Motor for street-cars 

Getchell, Frederick. (See Horton, Peter D., assignor.) 
Getchell, Frederick. (See Horton, Peter D. and G., assignors.) 
Getchell, Frederick, et al. (See Peyton, Bernard R., assignor.) 

Getchell, WinfieldS., Oakland, Cal. Safety sight-feed reflector 

Gethmann, J. Louis. (See Gethmann, William and J. L.) 

Gethmann, William and J. L., Gladbrook, Iowa. Halter 

Getleson, David, San Francisco. Cal. Bottle-safe 

Geyer, Christoph F., Aurora, 111. Device for planing curved surfaces 

Geyer, Hermann R., San Antonio, Tex. Implement for extracting axle-boxes from wheel- 



365.511 
369,446 
366,215 
366,578 

371,753 

368,666 
368,824 

364,099 

363,380 

10,883 

363,224 
364,010 

365,253 

355,986 

; 358.739 

372,904 



hubs . 



Ghegan, John J., Newark, N. J. Magnetic water-level indicator 

Ghegan, John J., assignor of one-half to A. Albright, Newark, N. J. Automatic electric? 
danger-alarm $ 

Gholson, William C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wire-fence bracket 

Gholson, William C., Cincinnati, Ohio. Wire-fence bracket 

Ghriskey, Charles M. (See Hollenback, Adam S., assignor.) 

Gibbons, George B. (See Gibbons, James C. and G. B.) 

Gibbons, James C. and. G. B., Norristown, Pa. Steam and water boiler 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Meneely Hardware Company, West Troy, N. Y. Car-axle oiler. . 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Meneely Hardware Company, West Troy, N. Y. Roller-bear- 
ing for shafts and axles. (Reissue) 

Gibbons, John, assignor to Meneely Hardware Company, West Troy, N. Y. Oiler for car-? 



axles . 



Gibbs, Charles, New York, N. Y. Steam-engine . 

Gibbs, Eugene S., Lyons, Iowa. Churn 

Gibbs, George, Milwaukee, Wis. Pipe-coupling . 



358,774 
365,359 
360,218 
361,407 
357,476 

369,176 
363,225 
364,816 
364,817 
368,711 
368,712 
369 332 
363.0.19 
368,825 



363,060 

371,754 

359,438 
373,586 

366.163 
355,815 

362,739 

370,386 
370,387 



364,100 
355,313 

10,805 

365,063 

356,934 
357,661 
375,547 



Oct. 25 

June 14 

June 28 
Sept. 6 
duly 12 
July 12 

Oct. 18 

Aug. 23 
Aug. 23 

May 31 

May 24 

Nov. 22 

May 17 
Ma'v 31 



683 



178 



1597 419 



674 

956 

1482 

43 

2035 

1290 



242 
395 
11 
521 
343 



609 159 



2211 

013 

1918 



566 

f 164 

1165 

499 

188 53, 54 

638 : 173 

1132 ! 303 



1445 : 374 



1914 ! 
2139 

2885 ! < 

1839 



I 



509 
567 
748 
749 

484 



2306 617 



1635 
2766 



717 



June 21 1530 399 

Jan. 11 990 i 260 

Mar. 1 i 468 ' 114 

Nov. 8 ; 937 253 



Mar. 1 

June 21 
Mar. 29 
Apr. 19 
Feb. 8 

Aug. 30 
May 17 
June 14 
June 14 
Aug. 23 
Aug. 23 
Sept. 6 
May 17 
A„g. 23 



May 17 

Oct. 18 
Mar. 15 
Nov. 22 

July 5 
Jan. 11 

May 10 

Sept. 27 
Sept. 27 



May 31 
Jan. 4 

Feb. 8 

June 21 

Feb. 1 
Feb. 15 
Dec. 27 



515 
1678 
2723 
1459 
1054 

2634 

1636 

886 

887 

1984 

1985 

30 

1412 

2142 



438 
689 
377 
279 

699 
429 
233 
233 
527 
527 
9 
373 
567 



1413 ! 374 

1446 I 374 

1462 I 374 

1989 528 



558 
727 

953 

1551 
1552 



2883 



1196 
1255 



150 
190 
C259 
1260 
415 
416 



749 

8 



314 

330 

331 

263 72 

1345 ' 354 

1960 510 



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39 
39 

39 
41 
41 
38 
38 
41 
41 
39 

41 



174 38 



39 
40 
41 
41 
41 

41 

41 

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39 
40 
40 

40 

41 

40 
40 

J- 39 

39 

41 

39 
39 

39 
38 
38 

41 



38 
39 

38 
39 

38 

40 
39 
39 
39 
40 
40 
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39 
40 



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38 

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38 

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243 

444 

388 

1437 

1168 
91 

1024 
875 
875 
828 
400 
134 

1373 

555 

182 
296 
11 
420 
727 

1173 

455 

1211 

1476 

1068 

128 

225 

302 

841 

883 

1048 

843 

932 

795 
1025 

1388 
201 
991 
650 



999 

1418 

1440 

287 

627 

990 

795 
1260 
1260 

854 

854 
1041 

750 



750 

303 

1187 
860 

105 
150 

058 

1350 
1350 



1049 

7 

654 

1338 

470 

690 

1451 



120 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gibbs, Jason, Fremont, Ohio. Cattle-stall 

Gibbs, Lewis, assignor to Bucber & Gibbs Plow Company, Canton, Ohio. Plow 

Gibbs, Martin L., Eindlay, Ohio. Plow-clevis 

Gibbs, Willard M., et al.' (See Farmer, Bovard, and Moon, assignors.) 
Giberson, "William. (See Mogridge and Giberson.) 

Gibson, Charles, Mount Yernon, Ind. Fence 

Gibson, Frank T.. Bowling Green, Ky. Plow attachment 

Gibson, George "W"., et al. (See Hopkins, Edwin F., assignor.) 

Gibson, Henry B. , Cincinnati, Ohio. Fishing-reel 

Gibson, J. Harper, New York, assignor to C. E. Hubbell, Syracuse, N. Y. Eailway-signal 




Monthly 
volume. 



Gibson, John H, Canton, Ohio. Safety saddle-stirrup 

Gibson, John W., Eiver Falls, "Wis. Device for cleaning chimneys 

Gibson, "William, etal. (See Penman, "William, assignor.) 

Gibson, "William A., Old Jewry, London, England. Hydraulic elevator 

Gibson, "William S., and L. Stone, Charlestown, N. H. Carriage-jack 

Giddings, Charles M., Massillon, Ohio. Kecording-dynamometer 

Gidley, Samuel H. (See "Wilcock, John, assignor.) 

Giebermann , Budolph, Chicago, 111. Separation of glycerine from fats 

Gienty, Daniel P., assignor of one-half to H. W. Hayden, Concord, N. H. Nut-lock 

Giesler, Arthur. (See Scbaeffer, Jacob, assignor.) 
Gifford, Alenza T. (See French and Gifford.) 
Gifford, Charles. (See Burnham, Arthur M., assignor.) 
Gifford, Clarence B. (See Abell and Gifford.) 
Gifford, John P. S. (See Werner and Gifford.) 

Gifford, LordB., Toledo, Ohio. Car-mover 

Gift, Charles "W., assignor to L. E. Gift, Fairmount, Ind. "Weather-strip 

Gift, Luther E. (See Gift, Charles "W., assignor.) 

Gil, Simeon, Bordeaux, Gironde, assignor to Societe Castanon, Menendez & Gil, Paris, 
France. Pump 



Gilbert, Charles M., Minneapolis, Minn. Grain-scourer 

Gilbert, Charles M. , Minneapolis, Minn. Grain-separator 

Gilbert, Charles M., Minneapolis, Minn. Counter-balance for grain-separators . 

Gilbert, 

Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 
Gilbert, 



machine . 



Charles M. , Minneapolis, Minn. Bran-duster 

David A. , Morrisville, Yt. Buckle 

Edward B., et al. (See "Wilson, Francis T., assignor) 

Edwin, Georgetown, Conn. Device for filling cop-holders with wire 

Effie A., Chicago, 111. Bustle - 

Elias, et al. (See "Wilson, Francis T., assignor.) 
Frank B., et al. (See Wilson, Francis T., assignor.) 

Frank B., Jefferson, Tex. Bill or paper file 

George A., Milwaukee, Wis., and J. Gordon, Lincoln, 111. Middlings-puri6er . . . 
George A., and W. Eichardson, Milwaukee, "Wis. Grain cleaning and scouring 



Gilbert, George D., Corry, assignor to E. S. Battles, Girard, Pa. Boiler 

Gilbert, Henry J., Dayton, Ohio. Separable pulley 

Gilbert, Henry J., Dayton, Ohio. Flour-bolt 

Gilbert, Henry W., assignor to J. A. House, Bridgeport, Conn. Corset 

Gilbert, James, Liberty, Ohio. Fence 

Gilbert, John T., Bloomington, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. T. Hall, St. Louis 

Mich.' Cattle-guard for railways 

Gilbert, John W., New York, N. Y. Automatic air-regulator for organs 

Gilbert, Joseph, Los Angeles, Cal. Adjustment for harvester-reels 

Gilbert, Thomas S.. assignor to Mayer, Strouse & Co., New Haven, Conn. Corset 

Gilbert, Thomas S M assignor to Mayer, Strouse & Co., New Haven, Conn. , Corset 

Gilbody, Henry. (See DronsSeld and Gilbody.) 

Gilchrest, James, Bavenswood, HI. Mower 

Gilchrist, Eliza, et al. (See Gilchrist, John B., assignor.) 

Gilchrist, John B., assignor to J. Eobinson and E. Gilchrist, Chicago, 111. Machine fer 

sawing stone 

Gilchrist, John P., and J. B. Dunn, Bochester, N. Y. Device for assisting in putting on 

overcoats or cloaks 

Gilding, John. (See Perkins, Stephen, assignor.) 
Giles, Charles K. (See Fenner, Eichard E., assignor.) 

Watch-case pendant 



369,333 
368,527 ; 
362,073 



362,074 . 
368,713 

371,055 

375,063 

358,603 
361,502 

367,008 
362,075 
361,689 

359,148 
360.091 



373.358 
368,917 



356,997 
363,381 j 

368,939 
368,940 
373,453 
374,470 

361,501 
358,115 



367,971 
372,308 

355,520 
364,506 
368,468 

371,678 

357.078 
356,830 

373,359 
364,243 
357,822 
357,917 
371,444 

368,885 
361,219 
361,059 



i Chicago, 111. 
, Chicago, 111. 
, Chicago, 111. 
, Chicago, 111. 



Giles, Charles K 
Giles, Charles K 
Giles, Charles K 
Giles, Charles K 
Giles, Charles K., Chicago, 111. 
Giles, Charles K., Chicago, 111. 
Giles, Charles N., Chicago, 111. 
Giles, Charles K., Chicago, 111. 
Giles, Charles K., Chicago, 111. 
Giles, Charles K., Chicago, 111. 
Giles, David, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Giles, George W., Buffalo, W. Ya 

Giles, Henry T., Washington, D. C. Steam-engine governor. 



Watch-case . 

Watch-case 

Watch-case 

Watch-case 

Watch-case 

Watch-case 

Watch-case hinge 

Watch-case 

Watch-case 

Pipe-casting apparatus . 
Car-coupling 



357,195 
363,817 
365,984 
365,985 
365,986 
365.987 
365,988 
365,989 
365,990 
367,288 
358,927 
357,477 

363,888 
372,666 



Date. 



Sept. 6 
Aug. 16 
May 3 






31 

1722 
30 



May 3 I 31 
Aug. 23 i 1987 



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Oct. 4 

Dec. 20 

Mar. 1 

Apr. 19 



465 

1300 

284 
1581 



July 26 1847 

May 3 32 

Apr. 26 | 1865 

Mar. 8 ! 1046 

Mar. 29 2520 



Giles, Henry T., assignor of one-fourth to A. M. Cowell, Washington, D. C. Valve-gear 

Giles, Henry T., assignor of one-fourth to A. M. Cowell, Washington, D. C. Balanced^' 373 lg2 
slide-valve ) i ' 

Giles, James, District 49, Cherokee county, assignor of one-fourth to F. A. Jackson, Crest- 
line, Kans. Eeel for harvesters ( 357, 662 

Giles, James, Pleasant Yiew, assignor of one-fourth to F. A. Jackson, Cresline, Kans. Har- j 
vesting-machine j 362, 887 

Giles, Jason, Indian Orchard, Mass. Yalve . j 373,522 

Giles, Jason, Indian Orchard, Mass. Hydrant gate-valve j 373,523 

Giles, John H. (See Otis, Samuel L., assignor.) 

Giles, Julian A., assignor to A. N. Eadcliffe, Oswego, N. Y. Tube-expander ; 361 503 



Nov. 15 
Aug. 23 

Feb. 1 
May 24 

Aug. 30 
Aug. 30 

Nov. 22 
Dec. 6 

Apr. 19 
Feb. 22 



Aug. 9 
Nov. 1 

Jan. 4 
June 7 
Aug. 16 

Oct. 18 



Feb. 
Feb. 



Nov. 15 
June 7 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 15 
Oct. 11 

Aug. 23 



Apr. 12 

Apr. 12 



Feb. 8 
May 31 
July 5 
July. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 26 
Mar. 8 
Feb. 8 



1643 
2275 



354 

1840 

2312 

2314 

1774 

429 

1580 
1992 



930 
33 

292 

423 

1644 

1331 

472 

117 

1644 
60 
1585 
1705 
1003 

2223 



May 31 

Nov. 8 



Nov. 15 



Feb. 15 

May 10 
Nov. 22 
Nov. 22 



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459 

9 



527 

116 

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67 

410 

499 

10 
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762 

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2579 

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1904 
1906 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1887. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



121 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Giles. Julian A., assignor to A. N. Radcliffe, Oswego, N. Y. Tube-expander 

Gilfillan, Thomas G., Union, Oreg. Safety-car 

Gilfillan, 'William, assignor to Sargent & Co., New Haven, Conn. Door-spring 

Gilfillan, William, assignor to Sargent & Company, New Haven, Conn. Door-spring 

Gill, George A., Monroeville, Pa. Self-binder for harvesters 

Gill, John E., Franklin, Pa. Feed-water heater 

Gill, John E., and T. M. Foley, Franklin, Pa. Gas-burner 

Gill, AVebster, Camden, N. J. Condenser for carding-machines 

Gillam, Manly M. , Philadelphia, Pa. Electrolytic vaporizer for medicinal purposes 

Gillenwaters, Joseph H. (See Scott, David P., assignor.) 

Gillespie, Alfred J., Atlantic, Iowa. Stringing pianos 

Gillespie, Cyrus E., Edwardsville, 111. Thill-coupling 

Gillespie, Dudley B., Falls City, Nebr. Fence 

Gillespie, James E., Warwick, N. Y. Folding extension-ladder and truck 

Gillespie, James E., "Warwick, N. Y. Hose-cart 

Gillespie, James E. , "Warwick, N. Y. Steam- generator 

Gillespie, James E., assignor to Fabric Fire Hose Company, "Warwick, N. Y. Circular? 
loom j 

Gillespie, Rufus R., Fort "Wayne, Ind. Garment-adjuster r 

Gillespie, Thomas A. (See Elliot, Robert C, assignor.) 

Gillespie, Thomas A. (See McSweeney, Terrene's assignor.) 

Gillespie, Thomas A., Pittsburg, Pa. Casing for gas or oil wells 

Gillespie, "Walter, assignor of one-half to P. S. Stevenson, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Man- 
ufacture of hollow axles 

Gillet, Alexis F., Burlington Junction, Mo. Sawing-machine 

Gillet & Fils. (See Graissot, Louise, assignor.) 

Gillett, Allen P., Canton, HI. Mowing and reaping machine 

Gillett. Schuyler L., assignor of one-half to E. D. Watkins, Lima, N. Y. Machine for 
cleaning bottles 

Gillett, SylvanusM., assignor to A. D. Perkins, Homer, N. Y. Yehicle-brake 

Gillette, George H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Newark Paper Basket Company, of New 
Jersey. Fruit-basket 

Gillette, Harleigh, Highland Park, 111. Lamp-burner 

Gillette, Thurber J., assignor of two-thirds to D. D. Gregory, Syracuse, N. Y. Gage for 
squares 

Gilliland, Edward I., and J. H. Hunter, Three Runs, Pa. Straw-cutter 

Gilliland, Ezra T., New York, N. Y. Telephone-receiver 

Gilliland,